Chris Rock is back and, hopefully, better than ever.
The comedian has opened up about his addiction to X-rated material in his first stand-up special in almost a decade on new show "Tamborine". The specials are part of a major deal that 53-year-old South Carolina-native signed with the streaming giant, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
He also touched on his divorce from Malaak Compton-Rock after 18 years of marriage (in 2016, Rock finalized his divorce after having separated in 2014 over claims of infidelity), admitting that he's a "f-king asshole".
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Rock's latest special is the first of two televised stand-up gigs for the streaming platform. "Tamborine", the special will see Rock cover the gamut of contemporary issues like relationships, race, and society.
"You would think that cops would occasionally shoot a white kid just to make it look good", a black t-shirt and jeans-clad Rock belted at a packed audience in the Brooklyn Academy of Music. I had an attitude, I thought, "I pay for everything, I can do what I want". While Rock delves into all of this in the 64-minute special, it's his jokes about love that stand out.
He said: "When guys cheat, it's like we want something new". Your woman finds out, and now she's new - she is never the same again. But then you know what happens? "You got bad fuckin' new, man". "I didn't listen, I wasn't kind". Someone has to be lead singer and someone has to stand in the back and play the tambourine.