Chris Rock Performs a Bit That Says 'Believe All Women, Except Amber Heard'

Chris Rock Performs a Bit That Says 'Believe All Women, Except Amber Heard' ...

Since Johnny Depp''s defamation action against Amber Heard, who will star in the upcoming Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, has started. Except if you''re a celebrity comedian like Chris Rock, you''ve probably been quiet.

There are so many details regarding the lawsuit that, from a celebrity''s perspective, it may be difficult to publicly take a side in the matter. While Depp vs. Heard was absolutely for comedy, he certainly did not punch himself when he said his opinion on the subject.

Some said Rock was going to talk about Will Smith slapping him for making fun of Jada Pinkett Smith''s hair at the Oscars. Instead, Rock roasted Heard for defecating on Depp''s side of their bed, noting how ''crazy'' Heard appears to be in that act alone. It must be unbelievable p****. I''ve had a couple with a lot of crazy b****es.

The crowd was apprehended to Rock''s jokes about Heard, seemingly erupting in laughter over his racial remarks during the Grammys. Rock''s latest routine makes it the first bit that he has performed without anyone coming up to apologize for his remarks. There''s no denying that defecating in someone''s bed is a logical thing to do no matter what you have behind it.

Rock''s words have a deeper meaning than just making a joke. In the past, many women have bravely demonstrated how they were unfairly treated and how they have suffered them. However, it does not make sense that some are out looking to exploit this narrative for their own benefit. In this case, Heard is a person of these opportunists.

In this day and age, starting a narrative to rise in the world is not something new. Exactly how Joseph McCarthy gained prominence in the 1950s. He sat off society''s anxieties of communism by conducting witch hunts on politicians he baselessly denied. Even if he was eventually thwarted, he caused irreparable and unnecessary damage to many people''s lives, according to reports. Upon returning to Heard, it is very possible that Depp was abused during their marriage, at

On March 17, 2023, Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom will premiere in cinemas.