If you’re a celebrity and on television, expect to get called out, and expect to hear about it. At this day in age you can call out the Hulk, just as long as it’s behind a screen and you’re doing the talking with your fingers. And the genius who turned this into a comedic act is the man himself, Jimmy Kimmel.
This was what Twitter was made for. To be turned into a star segment of the Jimmy Kimmel show. What more could you ask for?
There is no holding back when it comes to “roasting” some of the most famous and iconic people in the world. But of course, it’s all fun and games. At least that’s the way most of these celebrities want you to think. But I’m sure deep down, a couple of them, from time to time, get a little offended. But hey it’s okay because why? “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.”
This will not be the last time NBA players will be getting roasted. It happens everyday. For example, the fact that Scott Brooks looks like a grown up version of Steve Smith from the show American Dad.
lol Scott Brooks, the wizards head coach, looks like a grown up version of Steve Smith from American Dad pic.twitter.com/baXozOTjXW
— Cameron Littlejohn (@BabyDlittlejohn) April 30, 2017
Or that Russell Westbrook looks like the frog from the Honey Smacks cereal.
Or, if you have ever seen the Netflix series “Better Call Saul”, that Steve Kerr looks like a washed up version of Howard Hamlin (the actor Patrick Fabian).
— Cameron Littlejohn (@BabyDlittlejohn) March 30, 2017
The jokes can go on for days, and I’m just sitting at home waiting for the next “roast session” to tip off, whenever that may be. So stay tuned.
P.s. And to Walt Frazier; Those “porkchop sideburns” are a little out of date my friend. Time to let them go.