The good times keep rolling for Married At First Sight Australia star Bryce as he becomes the one to grab all the headlines this season.
However, when there is a lot of scrutiny on you, people tend to dig into your past to see what you were like before the cameras started rolling.
Everyone knows Bryce was a radio presenter before he got the gig on the Channel 9 programme to find 'The One', but he was also a stand up comic.
People have rummaged into the archives and dug up a 2013 show that viewers have dubbed offensive and racist.
In one section he tells the crowd: "There's a bit of a thing going around on stage. I cop a bit of s**t because I feel like I'm a black person stuck inside a white person's body.
"I'm a big fan of ghetto music. Have you heard of Johnny Ruffo? He'd be my number one man. Timomatic? He's up there with one of the greatest ghetto singers ever."
He continued his strange lead-up to a punchline with: "I'll sing a line...'I'm on top of the world, when I'm on top of you, girl'.
"I'm now 24, and at 3am in the morning I like to sing that line to a girl, she normally has to be drunk to actually buy it and come home."
Bryce also took aim at legendary comedian Akmal Saleh, saying: "I'm from Cronulla, anyone remember the Cronulla Riots? Akmal might have been involved, I haven't asked him but he is Middle Eastern, so I'm not sure."
The resurfaced stand up routine has caused an absolute stir on social media and people aren't pleased with the content.
Even though it was filmed in 2013 and attitudes have improved since, the comments were still not okay back then.
Featured Image Credit: Channel 9
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