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Chris Rock Says 'Believe All Women, Except Amber Heard' In Roast On UK Comedy Tour

Chris Rock Says 'Believe All Women, Except Amber Heard' In Roast On UK Comedy Tour

"What the f**k is she on? She s**t in his bed!"

Chris Rock roasted Amber Heard in a recent performance amid the ongoing defamation trial from her ex-husband Johnny Depp

Last night (12 May), the 57-year-old comedian took to the stage in London to kick off the UK arm of his Ego Death tour. 

And while many people were wondering if he’d bring up Will Smith following the infamous Oscars slap, he instead turned his attention to Heard - most notably, the allegation that she defecated on Depp’s bed. 

In a segment in which he joked about cancel culture, Rock discussed all of the ‘new rules’ when it comes to sex, stating: “Even if we start f*****g, you want that s**t rough, you got to ask for it.”

Chris Rock kicked off his first UK tour in five years.

He then said: “Believe all women, believe all women… except Amber Heard… What the f**k is she on? She s**t in his bed! She’s fine but she’s not s******g fine.

“She s**t in his bed. Once you s**t in someone’s bed you just guilty of everything. 

“She s**t in his bed. What the f**k is going on there? Wow. And they had a relationship after that. It must be amazing p***y… I’ve been with some crazy b*****s but goddammit.”

The crowd certainly appeared to enjoy the callout, erupting into laughter as Rock emphasised one of the more unusual moments of Depp’s testimony last month. 

One of Johnny Depp's security team testified that Amber Heard admitted to him she left a poo in her and Depp's shared bed.

As for the Oscars slap, while the comedian didn’t name anyone involved, he did appear to allude to the controversy earlier on in his set. 

The moment he appeared on stage at the Royal Albert Hall, he said: "I'm okay in case anyone was wondering. I got most of my hearing back and I'm trying to make a decent show."

The star then launched into his first segment, which was a critique on the sensitivity of the modern world.

"Everybody's scared, you know... the whole world is scared of offending. So people are talking less. So there's a lot of nodding," he said.

Will Smith slapped Rock at the Oscars, creating one of the most talked about moments in Oscars history.

"[People say] You've got to be careful because words hurt, words hurt... you know, anybody who's ever said words hurt has never been punched in the face."

Rock quipped that 'everyone's a victim these days', adding: "There are real victims in the world, they deserve to be heard, they deserve our love and compassion. 

"But if everybody claims to be a victim, then no one hears the real victims."

The comedian also referenced a recent incident whereby fellow standup comic Dave Chappelle was attacked during a performance at the Hollywood Bowl.

Chappelle was nearing the end of his set at the 'Netflix Is A Joke' comedy festival in Los Angeles earlier this month when an onlooker suddenly stormed the stage and tackled him to the ground.

The intruder was later arrested, with Rock himself even joining Chappelle in the aftermath where he joked: "Was that Will Smith?"

Last night, he brought up the attack when he said: "We say the world is addicted to opioids, no... the world is not addicted to opioids. The number one addiction in the world is attention.

"One of the easiest ways to get attention is to be infamous, to try to stab Dave Chapelle on stage…

"Or you can be a victim... it's the easiest way to get attention."

Featured Image Credit: Alamy/Law and Crime Network

Topics: Amber Heard, Chris Rock, Will Smith