“Everybody is trying to be a f***ing victim. If everybody claims to be a victim, then nobody will hear the real victims," Rock said. "Even me getting smacked by Suge Smith ... I went to work the next day, I got kids," he added. "Anyone who says words hurt has never been punched in the face."
On "Fearless with Jason Whitlock," BlazeTV host Jason Whitlock praised Chris Rock's response, saying the comedian "can take a punch and deliver a punchline."
“Chris Rock is more manly than many black professional athletes. The 57-year-old comedian is barely 150 pounds. As a child, bullies ran him out of his high school. But now he’s more courageous than men who are allegedly gladiators,” Jason said.
Jason wondered how we have come to a point where a comedian is more courageous than an NFL quarterback. Deshaun Watson defenders will line up to play the race card over his six-game suspension for sexual assault allegations. Kyler Murray is so fragile, he needed Warren Moon to render aid after the Cardinals dared ask him to actually study for games as part of his $46 million dollar contract.
"The NFL is full of victims, and they're ruining the sport," Jason stated.
Steve Kim joined the show to discuss the victimhood mentality and whether all parties received a happy ending in the Watson saga, and Shemeka Michelle dropped in to examine Will Smith’s odd YouTube apology video and offer her approval rating on Chris Rock.
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