In his old fashion comedic style, comedian Chris Rock has infuriated millions with his “White People’s Day” tweet posted on July 4.
The comedian/actor is known for his politically incorrect controversial figure.
On July 4, 2012, this what Chris tweeted:
“Happy white peoples independence day the slaves weren’t free but I’m sure they enjoyed fireworks.”
In typical fashion , the conservatives came out in stunned reaction, and reportedly started digging up dirt on the extremely outspoken comedian. Rock hasn’t apologized for his bash against white people, which decidedly would be incredibly uncharacteristic.
Many feel Chris Rock’s July 4 comment was unpatriotic and many are planning to boycott his films. The comedian hasn’t released an official statement about why he tweeted such a post he knew would spark some sort of public outcry.
Jeff Schreiber, the managing editor of the conservative blog America’s Right, stated that “for @chrisrock to indict the US as he did is inappropriate at best.”