Actor, director and podcaster Michael Rapaport blasted comedian Aziz Ansari as a “little politically correct f—” for comparing pop star Chris Brown to Donald Trump while hosting last week’s edition of “Saturday Night Live.”
“Aziz Ansari, who the f— do you think you are? Why are you dragging him [Chris Brown] through the mud? Who are you to talk about him?'” Rapaport said on Wednesday’s edition of the “I am Rapaport Stereo Podcast.”
“I’m sure there’s a lot of people voted for Trump the same way a lot of people listen to the music of Chris Brown, where it’s like, ‘Hey, man! I’m just here for the tunes. I’m just here for the tunes!'” Ansari said in his opening monologue. “‘I don’t know about that other stuff. I just like the dancing and the music. I don’t condone the extracurriculars.'”
Rapaport responded: “Obviously, nobody supports beating women. OK. This guy has obviously suffered, you see all the trouble he has and all the trouble that surrounds him. He’s definitely dealing with some s–t and dealing with his own personal demons. But Aziz Ansari, you are one of these holier-than-thou political correct police. This little f—. Mr racial, he’s like Mr. provocative… he’s like, ‘Oh, the brown people this.’ He’s always talking about the brown people and I get that he tries to be racially provocative. He is racially provocative… I said this once and I’ll say it again. If you watch his show ‘Masters of None,’… Aziz Ansari, Mr. f—ing racially provocative, Mr. f—ing button pusher, politically correct judger, has never seen a white girl he hasn’t liked. This guy, every single girl on his show that he’s with, white girls.”
“You ain’t never saw a white girl you didn’t like, did you Mr. brown guy?” Rapaport asked before co-host Gerald Moody chimed in with “where the Indians at?”
“F–k you, you little politically correct f–k, you,” Rapaport said. “I’m not saying he’s not funny. I’m not saying he’s not talented. And I’m not saying his voice isn’t warranted, but you are not holier than thou.”
Rapaport also said that Hollywood will eventually “embrace” Katie Rich, the “SNL” writer who was recently suspended for mocking Barron Trump on Twitter.
“Her career will be just fine. She’ll be back writing on ‘Saturday Night Live’ and she will be taking meetings in the offseason… you will hear about her selling a movie to a big studio ASAP,” he said. “That’s the way things work in Hollywood.”
This isn’t the first time Rapaport has made news on his podcast. Late last year, he rejected the phrase “alt-right,” saying members of the movement are more accurately described as “racist pricks,” “Nazi c–suckers” and “scumbags.”
“We’re not giving you that name. We’re not giving you the gentrified name, which is really just a racist f-k. A black, Jew, Asian-hating mother f–er. We’re not calling you the alt-right, the nationalists. We’re not giving you this gentrified name,” Rapaport said at the time.
Listen to him unload on Ansari in the audio below.