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Chris Rock mocks Meghan Markle's royal racism claims in comedy special: 'Sometimes it's just some in-law s---'

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Comedian Chris Rock called out Meghan Markle during his new Netflix special "Selective Outrage" for her racism allegations against the royal family, saying they were the "original racists." He said that everybody was "trying to be a victim" and added Markle was doing a lot of "complaining."  "Going on Oprah, ‘I didn’t know, I had no idea how racist they were,'" Rock began, noting Markle's infamous interview with Oprah Winfrey. "It's the royal family!

You didn't Google these motherf-----? What the f--- is she talking about, she didn't know? It's the royal family! They're the original racists!'"  He joked that it was like "marrying into the Budweiser family" and saying, "they drink a lot!" "Some of that s--- she went through was not racism," Rock said. "It was just some in-law s---.

Sometimes it's just some in-law s---. Because she's complaining like, what the f--- is she talking about? ‘Oprah they’re so racist, they wanted to know how brown the baby was going to be'"  Rock said, "that's not racist," because "even Black people want to know how brown the baby is going to be."  The comedian also joked that he understood Markle's "dilemma" as a "Black girl trying to be accepted by her White in-laws." Rock quipped that it was not "as hard as a White girl trying to be accepted by her Black in-laws." "Meghan Markle, I know the dilemma," Rock continued. "I’m like, ‘If you Black and you wanted to be accepted by your White in-laws then you need to marry a Kardashian because they accept everybody." Rock also took aim at actor Will Smith's slap at the Oscars during the Netflix special.

Rock referenced former rapper Suge Knight, who is serving a 28-year prison sentence after pleading no contest to voluntary manslaughter in 2018. .

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