By Hannah Bleau
Actor-comedian Chris Rock ripped the continued embrace of cancel culture in modern society, concluding the country has reached a place where people are “scared to talk.”
During a recent appearance on The Breakfast Club, the Grown Ups star spoke about the dangers of cancel culture and what it has done to basic dialogue and culture in the United States.
“It’s weird when you’re a comedian because like, when you’re comedian, when the audience doesn’t laugh, we get the message. You don’t really have to cancel us because we get the message. They’re not laughing. Our feelings hurt. When we do something and people aren’t laughing we — like we get it,” Rock said.
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