Newscast Media LOS ANGELES—Comedian Chris Rock writes an essay about racist
attitudes in Hollywood and the entertainment industry, including the challenges he
and other Blacks have had to overcome.
I was probably 19 when I first came to Hollywood. Eddie Murphy brought me out to
do Beverly Hills Cop II and he had a deal at Paramount, so I remember going through
the gates of the Paramount lot. He’s in a Rolls-Royce, and he’s not just a star, he’s
the biggest star in the world. Don Simpson and Jerry Bruckheimer’s office was in the
same building as Eddie’s office, and they would come to work every day with
matching cars. Some days it would be the Porsches, and the next day it would be
Ferraris. I was like the kid in A Bronx Tale. CONTINUE TO FULL ESSAY>>
Newscast Media HOUSTON—An Internet troll with a loud mouth who always brags
about his boxing skills challenged a boxer to a fight, and the result of the fight will
make him think twice about trolling.
Youtuber by the name of Charlie Zelnoff challenged undefeated WBC champion
Deontay Wilder to a fight after verbal abusing him on the Internet. Word got to
Wilder that there was a troll talking smack about him and his family, something the
boxer did not take lightly.
A venue was set where the fight was to take place, and lets just say, the 6’7″ and
215-pound Wilder used the troll as his punching bag. Watch:
The video above is a demonstration that it is easy for some to call others racial slurs,
and hide behind Internet keyboards, yet when it comes to saying it to someone’s
face, they act like pansies.
Meanwhile in Europe, they have been trying to fight racism in sports, and in the video
below, watch how all the players of one team, including the White ones, ganged up
on another player of the opposite team who used a racial slur against Zakora, a Black