Chris Rock SLAMS Will Smith, Meghan Markle, and cancel culture in Netflix comedy special 'Selective Outrage'

"It's the royal family!" Rock said. "You didn't Google these motherf***ers? What the f*ck is she talking about 'She didn't know'?!"

Chris Rock took to the stage Saturday to slam wokeness in his live Netflix comedy special "Selective Outrage," in which he went after cancel culture, Will Smith, and Meghan Markle. 

During the show, Rock brought up the shocking moment when Smith struck him in the face for cracking a joke about his wife Jada Pinkett Smith's low haircut at the 2022 Academy Awards, reported the New York Post.

"Everybody called that man a b*tch," Rock said of the public reaction to the Smith's highly publicized affair scandal that made headlines in the lead-up to the Oscars. "And who'd he hit? Me! A n**** he knows he could beat. That is some b*tch*ss sh*t."

On her show Red Table Talk, Pinkett-Smith interviewed her husband on her "entanglement" with their son Jaden's musician friend, August Alsina, who had exposed the relationship on The Breakfast Club podcast in which he said he dated the 51-year-old actress "for years" after Will Smith allegedly gave him his "blessing." 

"It still hurts! I got 'Summertime' ringin' in my ear!" Rock added of the infamous slap, referring to Smith's 1991 hit song.

The comedian continued to tear into the Smiths, saying "Everybody knows I had nothing to do with that sh*t."

"For people that don't know — everybody knows! — his wife was f*cking her son's friend, OK?," he said of Alsina, who was just 22 when first introduced to Pinkett-Smith before their years-long affair. "Now, I normally would not talk about this sh*t, but for some reason these n****s put that sh*t on the internet! I had no idea why two talented people would do something that f*cking low-down!"

Rock went on to slam the culture of perpetual victimhood, saying how "we live in a world where the emergency room is filled with motherf***ers with paper cuts."

"You will never see me on Oprah or Gayle crying. You will never see it. Never gonna happen," Rock said, referring to appearances by celebrities such as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on Oprah Winfrey's show to complain about the British royal family. "'I couldn't believe it! And I loved 'Men in Black'!'" Rock sarcastically whined. "No! F*ck that sh*t. I took that hit like Pacquiao!"

"It's the royal family!" he continued. "You didn't Google these motherf***ers? What the f*ck is she talking about 'She didn't know'?!"

"That's like marrying into the Budweiser family and going, 'They drink a lot,'" Rock joked, before saying that the allegations from the prince and Markle that the royals asked what the couple's child, Archie, would look like when born weren't "racist," because "even black people wanna know how brown the baby is gonna be!"

As for "selective outrage," the namesake of the comedy show, Rock decried how people get "canceled."

"One person does something, they get canceled. Another person does the exact same thing, nothing," he said, expressing his outrage for "the kind of people who play Michael Jackson songs but won't play R. Kelly."

"Same crime — one of 'em's just got better songs," the Madagascar star quipped.

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