Goldstein responds by insisting that his look is Egyptian, and doesn't belong to them. Goldstein eventually says, "You know what, girl, you have no right to tell me what I can and cannot wear." He then attempts to leave the area. After being pushed around for a few moments, Goldstein separates himself from Tindle and walks off.
They counter by demanding to know whether he is Egyptian. The self-proclaimed cultural enforcer then notices that she is being recorded by a third-party, and demands to know why.
A couple of years ago, the co-hosts of a podcast called “Alias Smith and Le Roi” began this way, speaking about their guest, the comedian Leslie Jones, as if she were not there.“This is gonna be kind of a hot one,” Ali Le Roi said.“I’ve been waiting to sit her ass down for a minute,” Owen Smith said. Comedians are combatants: they “kill,” they “bomb,” they “destroy.” Such bluster can mask insecurity, and Jones had good reason to feel defensive. You can go get the car, baby, while I handle these three thug is speculation about Jones’s sexuality.
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They didn’t have insurance, security or the correct permits.
They hired the cousins and other relatives of the rapper artist to work as PA’s and all they did was talk shit to the women back ground players and smoke pot.
“But that doesn’t mean everyone else is paying attention.” Chris Rock, who met Jones when they were both road comics in the late eighties, told me, “Black women have the hardest gig in show business. “She has a presence, when you see her live, that is extremely rare,” the comedian Marc Maron said.