The standup comedian surprised people by admitting that he doesn’t like his kids because they are “rich and spoiled.”
Rock, 58, is a father of two girls, Lola, 20, and Zahra, 18, whom he shares with his ex-wife, Malaak Compton-Rock.
Although Rock once said that he would shoot anyone who hurt his daughters and got a matching tattoo with his elder daughter, Lola, his recent statements surprised the audience.
“I love my kids, I love my kids, but I don’t like them. I don’t like my kids. You know the reason I don’t like my kids? Because my kids are rich,” he said in his Netflix special episode on March 4.
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“My kids are rich and spoiled. I know some people are like, “Chris, you’re rich.” Yeah, I’m rich. But I identify as poor. My pronouns are “broke.”‘
He also made another shocking revelation that he got his daughter, Lola, got kicked out of school for misconduct.
“My kids ski, they ride horses…they fence, I got fencing little Black girls” he said.
“Lola and four of her little white girlfriends decided they were bored so they ended up sneaking out to go drinking and got caught. Of course, they got busted. Rich white schools, they don’t play that s—.”
The Grown Ups star added, “These crazy white schools got rich ass white parents, and rich ass white parents do not let their kids get kicked out of school. So all the parents, they all got lawyers, even the ones that were lawyers got lawyers. Good lawyers.”
Chris said he didn’t want to hire a lawyer because he was mad at her daughter, but his ex-wife forced him to get one.
“But my ex-wife’s like, ‘No, f— that, we’re getting a lawyer, and we’re gonna sue this school, we’re gonna sue this dean, we can sue these teachers. I can’t even believe they let her out of their sight!’”
“I started to argue but the last time I argued with my ex-wife about a lawyer, I lost my house,” he joked. “So I come home from work and I see Lola outside just laughing with like three of her little white girlfriends.”
When he asked his daughter what was so funny, her response shook him.
“Lola is like, “Daddy stop it, you’re so serious!” he said.
“I’ll be back in school in no time,’” So, I got into my car, drove to the school and asked the dean a favor: “I need you to kick my daughter out of this school. I need you to kick her Black ass out of this school. I need my Black child to learn her lesson right now before she is up on OnlyFans and some s—! Please kick my child out of f—ing school.”
He concluded, “They kicked her out. They kicked them all out, but they kicked my child out first.”