Comedian Louis C.K. : “When a Black Woman Tells You to Get a Job, It Just Hurts More”
Comedian Louis C.K., whose crude comments about Sarah Palin forced him to withdraw from speaking at this month’s Radio and Television Correspondents Association Dinner, now has a bit to say about black women.
On his FX show, he casts a black woman as his ex-wife, and discusses the differences between a black wife and a white wife.
“As far as her being black,” C.K. said, “she’s very different from my ex-wife in real life.”
“This woman,” he continued, “is harsher on the show. And she puts a lot of pressure on me. Like she’s a professional, and she wants me to kind of step up.”
“So there’s like a scene there later in the season where she’s, she’s trying to get me to get a real job,” said C.K. “And when a black woman tells you to get a job, it’s just more, ‘Get a job,’ it just hurts more.”
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