Legendary comedian Paul Mooney has passed away today. That's right, it's a sad moment right now to see "Negrodamus" leave the building.
This video clip is one where he absolutely roasted Bill Clinton, saying he was black and acted like a pimp, telling Asian girls to "make this a happy ending."
It's a shame because there's people today who couldn't take this kind of comedy. They have no sense of humor anymore, they're soft, they get offended by everything. It's literally embarrassing to our civilization how soft and sad people have become.
The funniest shirt I have ever seen is the one that says "PEOPLE SUCK" and it fits perfectly: Get yours here!
Paul Mooney, the actor-comedian famous for his roles in “The Buddy Holly Story” and “Bamboozled,” has died at 79.
“Give me a moment,” Spring said in the emotional tweet. “My best friend just died and my world is forever SHOOK !!! I really can’t put into words right now my feelings .. know that I LOVE THIS MAN AND I AM BROKEN.”
Mooney was best known for playing Sam Cooke opposite Oscar nominee Gary Busey in 1978’s “The Buddy Holly Story.” He also played Junebug in Spike Lee’s acclaimed 2000 comedy “Bamboozled.”
The Shreveport, Louisiana, native got his start as a writer, backing legendary stand-up comedian Richard Pryor. He went on to write for Fox’s “In Living Color.”
In 2004, Mooney landed a high-profile role — playing Negrodamus — in a couple of skits on close friend and comic Dave Chappelle’s smash hit “Chappelle’s Show.”
Rest in peace, Paul. We will miss you.