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Billy Crystal Calls Comedy A 'Minefield' And It Blows Up In His Face
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Billy Crystal Calls Comedy A 'Minefield' And It Blows Up In His Face


Comic Billy Crystal just bombarded.

In a New York Post article Thursday to advance his new film, "Here Today," the nine-time Oscars have was evidently gotten some information about the condition of satire and drop culture.

"It's turning into a minefield and I get it," he said. "I don't care for it, I get it. … I simply continue doing what I'm doing and that is everything you can do at this moment."

The "City Slickers" star got a significant response on Twitter, and it wasn't orgasmic like Meg Ryan in "When Harry Met Sally." It was more similar to a Bronx cheer for the 73-year-old Yankees fan.

"It's astonishing the number of doublespeaks and analogies are presented for 'we're irritated that white fellows can't say anything they desire any longer,'" one client composed.

Extreme group.

No, Billy Crystal, parody isn't a "minefield." You're simply frantic you can't do blackface any longer.— Andrew (@jupin) May 7, 2021

It's astonishing the number of doublespeaks and analogies are presented for "we're irritated that white fellows just can't say anything they desire any longer". https://t.co/LPxbcLH6eQ—Charlotte Clymer 🏳️‍🌈 (@cmclymer) May 7, 2021

satire isn't "turning into a minefield." individuals just won't acknowledge bigoted poo and punching down any longer.— Scott Weinberg (@scottEmovienerd) May 7, 2021

Envision if every one of the mines were over the ground and were marked "MINE" and you got vexed in light of the fact that somebody asked you respectfully not to step on the mines https://t.co/G73KQbCDz0—Paul F. Tompkins (@PFTompkins) May 6, 2021

Billy Crystal thinks drop culture sucks, considers it a "minefield". Truly?— Graham Klemme (@gsklemme) May 7, 2021

Billy Crystal saying parody is a minefield now... I don't know, Dave Chappelle is by all accounts doing fine and dandy.— Hector (@Hex_Rey) May 7, 2021

Billy Crystal: "Parody is a minefield today."The Ghost of Richard Pryor, talking with a hammed up white highlight: "Satire is a minefield today."— Still Masking Indoors Out Of Politeness Dawg (@PresidentDawg) May 7, 2021

In the event that the minefield was a similitude for attempting to stay applicable and stepping on a mine was a lift in fame, Billy Crystal could River Dance across it solid—Cold Chantilly (@JakeupBell) May 6, 2021

Rather than crying about how individuals don't think you're interesting any longer, Billy Crystal could get off his butt and make Analyze This section 3, where he goes to space to collect the Freudians Of The Galaxy. It thinks of itself.— Jeremy Williams 🐯☯️ (@Metalyger) May 7, 2021

The most stunning piece of this story is Billy Crystal thinking he's an important voice in satire in 2021.— Molly Gee (@Voo) May 7, 2021

"Satire is a minefield". - Billy Crystal"It's expected to be a minefield". - Lenny Bruce"It's expected to be a minefield" - Carlos Mencia"Carlos Mencia is a copycat. Inoculations are for weaklings" - Joe Rogan#snarkin—Goodest Thinking *Boomer *Vet *SoberAF *XY *INTJ (@GoodestThinking) May 7, 2021

continuously old rich funnies like billy precious stone who think satire is turning into a minefield. they don't comprehend that they've jus developed old and out of touch.same thing occurred during the 80s and mid 90s. the old funnies jokes were considered politically off base and got cleansed. pic.twitter.com/SIMUVGghdI—Ellie Wilson (@EllieFragment) May 7, 2021

Billy Crystal would not like to experience a daily reality such that his impression of Muhammad Ali isn't broadly observed.— John Levenstein (@johnlevenstein) May 7, 2021
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