Stand-up comic and former “Breaking Bad” actor Bill Burr has ignited a Twitter firestorm — for mocking anyone from white women of all ages to gays in his first “Saturday Night Live’’ monologue.
The Netflix star referred to white women of all ages as his “bitches” even though claiming they had “somehow hijacked the woke movement.”
“The woke movement was intended to be about folks of coloration not having chances. … By some means, white women of all ages swung their Gucci-booted feet in excess of the fence of oppression and trapped by themselves at the front of the line,’’ said the creator of Netflix’s animated show “F is for Family” as he opened TV’s “SNL” on Saturday.
“I’ve in no way read this kind of complaining in my everyday living from white women of all ages,” Burr said.
He produced entertaining of gays, too — suggesting their wrestle has been practically nothing like racial minorities’.
“The thirty day period of June is Gay Delight thirty day period. That is a minimal prolonged, don’t you feel, for a team of folks that have been in no way enslaved?’’ Burr said. “How did they get all of June?
“The black folks have been actually enslaved. They get February, they get 28 times of overcast weather conditions. … How about you hook them up with July? These are equator folks.”
Critics lit up Twitter ripping Burr.
“Bill Burr is trash and has constantly been trash,” @emrazz, a k a feminist following doorway, seethed.
“Not for the reason that he doesn’t elevate valid criticisms in some of his comedy, but for the reason that he has constantly leveraged his means to place them out to the detriment of change and the profit of himself, and he can f–k off into the sunshine for it.”
@AbbysDad3 wrote, “Jokes have been in inadequate style, not amusing. As a homosexual gentleman in an interracial marriage we have been equally offended and turned the channel. Who permitted that monologue?”
The funnyman also arrived out swinging from COVID-19 scofflaws as he opened the show, joking, “Take out your weak cousin with asthma, I don’t care.
“There’s too quite a few folks … It stops you from reproducing,’’ Burr said.
@HoyaLikeThat shot back, “As “the weak cousin with asthma”, I uncovered your monologue insensitive & appalling. You don’t know what it’s like to reside w/this condition — particularly in the age of COVID. It is not a joke. It is a frightening truth for which I have to be vigilant every single day. Clearly show some class & sensitivity”
Burr ignored the controversy, tweeting Sunday “Thanks to Lorne, the forged, anyone at @nbcsnl … No words and phrases to describe how considerably entertaining that practical experience was!” and calling it the “Night of my everyday living!”
He did have supporters who tweeted their praise for his act, too.
“Hi. I am a white girl and I feel your monologue was hilarious and accurate @billburr. Disregard the easily offended snowflakes!” wrote @boozebudbeards.