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Chris Rock Talks Donald Sterling, Solange/Jay Z Fight + More AT 2014 BET Awards (VIDEO)

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(AllHipHop News) Last night (June 29th), Chris Rock hosted the 2014 BET Awards in Los Angeles, CA and did what Chris Rock does when millions of people are watching him: dissects celebrity. In his opening monologue, Rock decided to

Rock went through his mental rolodex of popular events over the past year. For the Jay Z and Solange elevator fight, Rock reasons that Solange “hit the right rapper”, noting that Jay Z in different eras may have had different reactions to the physical altercation:

She hit Blueprint 3 Jay Z. If she hit Reasonable Doubt Jay Z, that elevator would’ve been filled up with nothing but lipstick, blood and weave.

Rock especially keyed in on the Maybach Music Group boss, Rick Ross:

Rick Ross my favorite rapper, because Rick Ross don’t care. He got the t*ts bouncing all in his shirt. Rick Ross going to be the first rapper to die of breast cancer.

Rick Ross was not amused:

Saving the most polarizing event in recent memory for last, Rock decided to empathize with the exiled billionaire Donald Sterling. According to Rock, while Sterling’s comments were racist, the other issue he raised in his privately taped rant is one that Rock can relate to:

What EXACTLY did Donald Sterling say? I don’t want my woman around Black basketball players. Me neither. Are you kidding me? Who the hell wants their woman around BLACK basketball players. I’m specific to Black ball players. I don’t care if my woman’s with JJ Reddick, Mike Dunleavy, David Lee. But if I see you with Serge Ibaka, we gotta talk.

Check out Chris Rock’s full opening monologue at the 2014 BET Awards below:


Chris Rock – Monologue – BET Awards 2014 by IdolxMuzic

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