Comic Tony Hinchcliffe has gone viral after unleashing a tirade of racist, anti-Asian jokes towards comic Peng Dang.
Peng carried out at a comedy venue in Austin, Texas earlier this month the place he opened for Hinchcliffe, who’s greatest recognized for writing jokes for the Comedy Central Roast of Justin Bieber and Bruce Willis in addition to his work on “The Joe Rogan Expertise” podcast. Peng took to Twitter to share a video of himself introducing Hinchcliffe just for the guy comic to right away unleash a barrage of racial jokes directed towards Peng, who’s of Chinese language descent.
“Final week in Austin, I received to convey up Tony Hinchcliffe. That is what he mentioned. Completely happy Asian (AAPI) Heritage Month!” Peng captioned a video of the incident that has since earned greater than 1 million views.
The video reveals Hinchcliffe seize the mic and say, “how about yet one more time for the filthy little f—ing ch— that was simply up right here.”
He additionally launched right into a stereotypical Asian accent and additional mocked Peng, who provided no insults towards the comic in his introduction.
In keeping with NextShark, Peng’s time on stage included a phase on the #StopAsianHate motion. He instructed the outlet that he needed to step outdoors throughout the remainder of Hinchcliffe’s set as a result of the feedback upset him a lot. Nevertheless, he notes he didn’t speak to the comic after his racially charged set. He mentioned that he has opened for Hinchcliffe prior to now however defined they aren’t mates and thus discovered the feedback to be very inappropriate.
Peng additionally defined to the syndicated TV present, TMZ Dwell, that he discovered the comic’s use of the slur “ch—” to be a step throughout the road.
“As a comic myself, I can respect his occupation,” Peng instructed the outlet. “If that was only a set, if that was a part of his act, I wouldn’t say something about it. What I had an issue with was when he used the c-word.”
Peng was requested by the TMZ hosts if the viewers was as receptive to Hinchcliffe’s jokes as they appeared within the video.
“When he mentioned what he mentioned, a few of the viewers have been visibly uncomfortable, particularly the feminine viewers members,” Peng defined. “I believe those which are laughing have been a really small portion of the viewers.”