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Bill Burr mocked ‘Wok’ White women on ‘SNL’ and they were so mad about it

Bill Burr mocked 'Wok' White women on 'SNL' and they were so mad about it

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Los Angeles, CA – August 18: Comedian Bill Burr performed at The Grammy Museum’s Skyler Stones Comedy Rocks on August 18, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Rebecca Sap / Wire Image)

Even after finally getting the chance to host Saturday Night Live, Bill Burr didn’t filter himself out.

During his monologue on SNL, Burr ridiculed the culture of dissolution, “awake” white women, and “Pride” month.

Burr’s bit on white women seemed to touch a nerve on the internet.

It should be analyzed how white women somehow hijacked the awakening movement generals around the world. To refresh your memory, the awakened movement is about people of color, not getting opportunities, about the at-bots they deserve and finally making it happen. It lasted about 8 seconds, and then somehow the white women put their Gucci booted feet on the repressive fence and stopped themselves in front of the lines. I do not know how they did it, I have never heard so many complaints in my life from white women “My life has been so hard with my SUV and my heated seats, you never know how I can be”

Burr’s monologue received some harsh comments from white women on Twitter.

Following Burr’s response to the monologue, he will not be invited back to SNL.

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