15 Comedy Feuds That Weren’t Always Funny
Who would have guessed that people who mock things for a living might get into the occasional spat? The halls of showbiz are filled with wild and rumored feuds. There are many interesting moments, including Eddie Murphy discussing his career, Seth Rogen communicating about Will Ferrell at the Golden Globes, Melissa Villaseor's wonderful "Sandra Bullock going to knock over dominoes'' impression. Let's talk as to why we're all here: a jolly old celebrity fight! Even Seinfeld, generally reserved, became irritated when discussing a comic who has been "extremely harsh" about him in recent years.
There's no limit to provocations that can spark comedic feuds: joke stealing, professional envy, or just plain cruel remarks. Here are 15 times that America's favorite comedians have incited racial animosity.
The comic's name was suppressed, so inquisitive humor fans hoping to sample some delicious, sweet tea would be out of luck. Netflix seems to be a Joke; the Twitter handle released a sample of the conversation previously this week: