I’m old enough to remember when Jimmy Kimmel begged his unhinged friend Tom Arnold to release an alleged video of Trump using the ‘N-word’ and helped spread the lie that such tape existed which is now a false claim still made by many on social media.
“I want to hear this tape! Where is this tape?” Kimmel asked Tom Arnold in 2018. “You keep saying you will! When? When he’s retired?”
Of course, no tape exists.
However, there’s video of former Man Show host Jimmy Kimmel using the N-word repeatedly.
Amazing, Kimmel is the cliche of the old saying ‘those who scream the loudest.’
In audio obtained by Fox News, Kimmel imitates rapper Snoop Dogg’s voice for a track in a 1996 Christmas album — an original song in which Kimmel used the “N-word” several times.
Kimmel admitted in a January 2013 podcast that he changed his speech pattern in an attempt to adopt the voice of black comedian George Wallace, in what host Adam Carolla called Kimmel’s “crazy black voice.” Kimmel is well known for imitating black people on many other occasions as well.
Clearly Kimmel did the sketches in a more of a roasting manner, (in the comedy world you roast the ones you love), And mostly likely everyone he has spoofed will defend him because they actually understand what roasting someone means. But, having said that, it doesn’t matter here in 2020. We live in OZ now and there’s crazy shit happening left, right, and center. Let’s also not forget that Jimmy is always right there front and center egging on cancel culture and people who throw tantrums over everything because they think everything is “problematic.”
Of course cancel culture is stupid and ridiculous, we are totally against it. But here’s the thing.
You egged on political correctness, Jimmy.
How’s it working out for you.
Fox News additionally has obtained audio from the Christmas album, “A Family Christmas In Your A–,” which came out of the “Kevin & Bean” radio show that aired on KROQ-FM in California. A version of the track featuring Kimmel’s Snoop Dogg imitation, “Christmastime in the LBC,” has been uploaded to YouTube.
In the Christmas track, a singer mentioned a “fat n—- in a sleigh giving sh— away,” referring to Santa Claus. The song also referenced “n—– in the manger,” including associates of King Herod.
“I told that motherf—er Santa, bring a pick for my afro,” the singer went on. The “three wise men” were described as “bringing gifts and sh– for baby boo in the hay.”
“Me and my n—– down in LBC, we’ll smoke that motherf—— Christmas tree,” Kimmel said.
Liner notes from the cassette, obtained by Fox News, showed the album was co-produced by “Jim Kimmel” and credited Kimmel for all “comedy material” on the album, except for a handful of unrelated tracks. Kimmel also appeared on the album cover.
In the 2013 podcast, Carolla said “Jimmy is doing Snoop” in the track, and Kimmel affirmed, “This is when Snoop Dogg first came out, hit the scene, and I used to imitate him by only saying, ‘You know what I’m saying?'”
“Jimmy, do you only do black people?” someone asks on the podcast.
“I prefer them, yes,” Kimmel responds, apparently jokingly.
Also in the 2013 podcast, Carolla interviewed Kimmel about his time on “Kevin & Bean.” Kimmel recalled that he once “called the president of Comedy Central as George Wallace, the comedian,” from a New York City hotel room after he and friends had been drinking.
Carolla said Kimmel adopted a “crazy black voice” to impersonate Wallace.
Kimmel continued, as Wallace: “I just wanna say I had a great time, and thank you for inviting me!”
Recalling the episode on the podcast, Kimmel intentionally adopted a dialect that Carolla described as “black.”
Kimmel remarked, “A lot of people thought it was George Wallace!”
Carolla then recounted another episode in which Kimmel called “The John & Jeff Show” as “your black man.” Kimmel, as recounted by Carolla, responded, “Sure ’nuff, I am!'”
In announcing his vacation, Kimmel didn’t mention that he was under fire for a recurring skit in which he dressed in blackface for “The Man Show,” which aired from 1999-2004.
In 2018, actor Kevin Hart stepped down from hosting the Oscars after homophobic tweets from 2009 to 2011 surfaced.
Also that year, ABC quickly fired Roseanne Barr after she posted a racist tweet about former President Obama’s aide Valerie Jarrett. ABC canceled her wildly popular reboot of “Roseanne” and said her comments were “abhorrent, repugnant, and inconsistent with our values.”
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