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The piece formed part of Rock's 2017 Netflix stand-up special Tamborine and saw the comic talking about whether the Microsoft founder was bullied in school.
The 56-year-old said: "Do you think kids were nice to Bill Gates in high school? 'Hey Gates, you Charlie Brown looking motherf*****. F*** you Gates, you four-eyed b****. F*** you and your Windows, you gap-tooth motherf*****. I'm going to smack the s*** out of you f****** Gate, Gates motherf*****, you can't get in the gate, Gates.'"
Sometimes in these situations, all you can do is smile and take it. Which is exactly what 65-year-old Gates did so very well.
The clip - which has been watched more than 1.8 million times - was shared by Zion Scott, a family friend, who captioned it: "Just smile through the pain."
In a follow up video, explaining some questions, Zion said: "So I'm really good friends with Bill Gates' daughter, Phoebe. So me, Phoebe, two other friends and Bill were just watching that comedy special.
"That part came on and we were all laughing super hard so we rewinded [sic] it and I started filming it. That's what happened, not that confusing."
In the comments section under the video, someone asked what Gates is like to which Zion responded: "He's cool. Talks just as much as a regular person would. I don't understand the conversation when we talk though cause it's too intelligent for me."
Another wondered why the billionaire doesn't have a bigger telly (don't lie, it crossed all of our minds) and Zion said: "I mean he does. There's more than 1 room in the cabin."
Someone else asked whether they have Xboxes or PlayStations and Zion confirmed that they're a household of Xbox users. Not really surprising considering the console is developed by Microsoft...
Another question was: "Can you ask Bill why he thinks he doesn't have enough money?" Zion replied: "He doesn't think that."
And when someone asked whether he's 'secretly evil', the TikToker simply wrote: "No."
Well, there's that cleared up then.
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