Listen: Chris Rock, Stymies, Hollywood discussed on The Candace Owens Show
"They're all still down there, and people that I surround myself with people that I've been with since I was a kid. So I know who's here for me. And, and it helps me put things in perspective. But I, I think we've become now Hollywood is a, a society where everyone's afraid to fan, incredibly, politically, correct, and for creative community, I think that's three dangerous to in, in limits. You and in. Stymies was creative, juices, in end as far as telling stories and having conversations and it's a sort of frustrating to see from, from the outside. So that's why it's better for tonight. Even go there, my friends. No. I think my, my family and bless you people who, who, follow me and stuff. But it is interesting to, to see for a party that or community that's supposed to be all about inclusivity and diversity there with you, unless it's ever thought hate or they want you to look different. But think the same like they're okay? If everybody looks different if the but as long as they are in lockstep may think the same and I, I agree with you that I think it, it runs counter to creativity. So when I grew up used to watch all of the standup comedians, and Chris rock big, there was one bigger and blacker. It's comedic gold. Right. So offensive in that it go back and watch it. He's making fun of school shooters like he's like definitely going to be a white guy that's a white crime. Right. And he's in the room and he's mocking people for being white for we in black for being a Spanich and everyone's cracking up, and what people miss about this culture of being so sensitive is that when you're able to mock everyone and mock yourself it actually brings you closer, you stop taking yourself. So seriously comedians, I'd be I'd be so apprehensive of wanting to get into comedy right now because you feel so handcuff right now, you let the situation with Kevin Hart awhile back, and we know what he's going to host the Oscars, and they need for something he said, and that's another slippery slope. When you start going back years. Thank God, my bachelor ears, and all that was pre social media, right? Because he done. Oh my God. I even imagine all this stuff. So that's a very scary situations. I think about like future presidents our future leaders. They're all gonna pictures or videos of something not necessarily. That's all I. 'cause that's just the way kids are now right there, ain't documented, and there's going to be moments of when you're silly. And maybe we're so proud of that's gonna come back to haunt them. And it's just a very slippery slope in. And I think it's, it's it backfires now what do you think about that? Because you now you're raising kids in this climate. Does that make you has tend to allow them to be on social media? That's a big question. I think parents have to ask themselves am I going to allow my child to have social media? Okay. Sure, they're going to actually, but when, when will mine are still fortunately, very small fast. They're going to go really fast. I know I know. I know. But so I've got a minute to, to, to get it together. But I mean I think it's inevitable that they're going to be a social media just part of our fabric now. And I think if you monitor it, and you'll United is parents, which is always very important. You'll see. At least I'm assuming. As long as you're United, and there's a lot of conversations healthy conversations going on. And again, monitored then I think I, then I think you'll be I any try to shield in Hyde now, then I think look, it's it is what it is. So you might as well have conversations about it and start pointing out which right which wrong how you carry yourself. And that's a little gentleman. The lady in talk about consequences of your choices in all that then, then I think it'd be alright. I'm not wanted. She'll protect my kid. I I do not. I don't want I I'm not everyone. Get a ribbon kind of guy a right? You know my kids.."