Chris Rock talks victimhood, Johnny Depp trial in UK kickoff: ‘Believe all women… except Amber Heard’

Legendary comedian Chris Rock kicked off the U.K. leg of his ongoing Ego Death tour during a show last Thursday in London by roasting everybody and everything, from actor Johnny’s Depp’s infamous ex-wife, Amber Heard, to wannabe victims.

The jokes about Heard went especially viral because they were raw and uncut.

According to Complex magazine, during Thursday’s show he said that it’s important to “believe all women … except Amber Heard.”

Why not her? Because she once allegedly defecated in the bed she’d shared with Depp.

“What the f–k is she on? She s–t in his bed! She’s fine, but she’s not s—ting fine. … She s–t in his bed. Once you s–t in someone’s bed, you just guilty of everything. … What the f–k is going on there? And they had a relationship after that. It must be amazing p–sy. … I’ve been with some crazy b—hes, but God damnit!” Rock said.

If you’ve been following Depp’s defamation trial against Heard, you’re aware that he’s accused his ex-wife of having once defecated in the bed they’d shared.

“Testifying in a Fairfax, Virginia, courthouse on Wednesday, Depp said that after he and Heard had an argument at her birthday party back in April 2016, he expressed a desire to retrieve his belongings from their home while she was at the Coachella festival. However, he said, his security guard, Sean Bett, advised against it,” Newsweek reported on April 21st.

“I had gone to Mr. Bett and said, ‘She’s at Coachella. I think it’s a good time to go downtown so that I can get some of my things and get them out of there,’ especially things that were precious to me,” Depp reportedly testified.

“And he said, ‘I don’t think now’s a good time to go.’ And I thought, ‘It’s the perfect time. She’s not going to be home for two days.’ Then he showed me a photograph on his telephone of … it was a photograph of our bed, and on my side of the bed, was human fecal matter.”

According to Depp, when he confronted Heard about her defecating on their bed, she “tried to blame it on the dogs.” But he didn’t buy the excuse.

“They’re teacup Yorkies. They weigh about four pounds each. The photograph that I saw—I lived with those dogs for many years. It was not the dogs… I didn’t feel like I deserved that kind of treatment,” he testified.

During Thursday’s show, Rock also dropped jokes about the stunning moment that actor Will Smith slapped him as he was speaking on stage at the 2022 Oscars in March.

“I’m OK, if anybody was wondering. I got most of my hearing back. People expect me to talk about the bulls–t. I’m not going to talk about it right now. I’ll get to it eventually. On Netflix,” he said.

He referenced the slap again later in the show, saying, “Anyone who says ‘words hurt’ has never been punched in the face.”

Dovetailing from there, Rock then slammed the world’s many wannabe victims, including presumably those leftists who say that offensive words are “violence.”

“Everyone’s a victim these days. … There are real victims in the world. They deserve to be heard. They deserve our love and compassion. But if everybody claims to be a victim, then no one hears the real victims,” he said.

“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 attention is to be infamous, to try to stab Dave Chappelle on stage. Or you can be a victim.”

Rock has repeatedly demonstrated that he’s no ally to the “woke” community. In fact, four years ago he went so far as to tweet out an article from The Federalist, a conservative website, about “the insufferable wokeness of comedy.”


Three years later in 2021, he slammed cancel culture during an interview on “The Breakfast Club.”

“When the audience doesn’t laugh we get the message. Like, you don’t really have to cancel us, ’cause we get the message. They’re not laughing; our feelings hurt. When we do something and people aren’t laughing, we get it,” he said.

“I don’t understand why people feel the need to go beyond that, you know what I mean? Honestly, to me it’s a disrespect. It’s people disrespecting the audience. Like, oh, you think you know more than the audience?”

“Hey, some things don’t need to be said. Some people need to be looked out for. I definitely understand that. But not letting comedians work is, you know … what happens is everybody gets safe. And when everybody gets safe and nobody tries anything, things get boring,” he continued.

“I see a lot unfunny comedians, I see unfunny TV shows, I see unfunny award shows, I see unfunny movies ’cause no one’s — everybody’s scared to, like, you know, make a move.”


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