Comedian Chris Rock began casting the Aquaman actress as part of a talk show during Johnny Depp’s defamation trial against ex-wife Amber Heard.
During a show last week, the comedian tell the london crowd“Believe in all women, believe in all women…except Amber Heard.”
Rock then drew attention to the testimony of Depp’s former executive chauffeur and security guard Starling Jenkins III, who claimed in court on April 28 that Heard admitted to him that she had left a “surprise” – said to be the actress Own poop – on the side of the Pirates of the Caribbean star’s shared bed.
According to Jenkins III, Hurd revealed to him in 2016 that he was driving her to the Coachella festival that year in Indio, California, in a “bad prank mistake.”
Referring to this rather unusual incident, Locke asked the audience: “What the hell is she up to? She’s in his bed!
“She’s fine, but she’s not,” he asserted. “She’s in his bed. Once you’re in someone’s bed, you feel guilty about everything.”
Moving on, Locke asks further, “What’s going on there?” Before guessing, “Wow. And they had a relationship after that. It must be amazing py. I’m with some crazy b-es, but damn of!”
Depp backed up his former driver’s testimony at the time, declaring: “I’ve gone to Mr. [security guard Sean] Bate said, ‘She’s at Coachella. I think it’s a good time to go downtown so I can get some of my stuff out, ‘especially the stuff that’s precious to me. “
“Then he showed me a picture on his phone … it was a picture of our bed, next to my bed, human feces,” he added. “It was so out there. It was so bizarre and grotesque that I could only laugh. So I didn’t go there that day.”
Rock is one of the few comedians who doesn’t fit the political correctness, and the above joke about Heard just reinforces the fact that he hasn’t lost his edge.
In March, at this year’s unbearable Oscars, Rock made a rather mild joke about actor Will Smith’s wife Jada Pinkett-Smith, who compared her bald look to the 1997’s The similar appearance of Demi Moore in the 2008 film “GI” was compared briefly.
“Jada, I love you, ‘GI Jane 2,’ can’t wait to see it,” Rock said, prompting a knee-jerk reaction from the actors who went on to take the stage and shamefully slap the comedian.
Talking about his infamous slap in the face at a recent London gig, Rock jokingly updated: “I’m fine, if anyone wants to know. I’ve got most of my hearing back.”
“People want me to talk about b-, I’m not going to talk about it right now, I’ll talk about it eventually. On Netflix,” he joked further. “Anyone who says ‘verbal hurt’ has never been slapped in the face.”
Earlier this month, Rock even took some time to address the recent attack on comedian Dave Chappell, who was attacked during one of his stand-up comedy shows on stage at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, California. attack.
“Everyone is a victim now,” the comedian said. “There are real victims in the world who deserve to be heard and who deserve our love and sympathy. But if everyone claims to be a victim, no one will hear the real victims.”
Locke elaborated: “We say the world is addicted to opioids. No… the world is not addicted to opioids. The number one addiction in the world is attention.”
“One of the easiest ways to get noticed is to be notorious and try to stab Dave Chappell on stage, or you could be a victim,” he concluded.
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