We weren’t feeling the “Jersey Shore” cast to begin with, so we’re not surprised to hear that Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino got all the way out of pocket recently by telling RACIST JOKES at a Comedy Central roast for Donald Trump.
On Thursday night Sorrentino joined Snoop Dogg, Whitney Cummings, Larry King and others to roast Donald Trump.
The Situation went up to the microphone, wearing aviator sunglasses, and proceeded to bomb all over the place. His jokes were so bad that one Comedy Central exec suggested that most of his act might be cut from the final broadcast of the roast, which airs March 15.
“The Sitch,” as he’s called, deadpanned to Cummings, “I actually wouldn’t call you a grenade because you won’t be blowing up anytime soon.” (Buh-dum-bum!) He told Snoop Dogg that he and Trump had a lot in common because Trump owned a lot of property and Snoop’s ancestors were property. (Snoop did not appear amused.) Before long, the audience began to boo so loudly that comedian Jeffrey Ross, who’s been at this so long he’s known as the Roastmaster General, had to interject into the act to try to save the Situation.
SMH… Note to Sorrentino: Slavery jokes will get you snuffed. Never funny. EVER.
Did he really come up with that one on his own or are those Comedy Central writers trying to dodge a bullet?
Meanwhile the reality star tried to blame his sunglasses for the Epic Fail.
Maybe if I hadn’t gone on with the sunglasses, there wouldn’t have been such a negative [vibe],” he mused, adding that Snoop told him to wear the Aviators so that no one could tell he was looking at the teleprompter. “Maybe they thought I was too cool, but that wasn’t the case. I was just wearin’ them ’cause Snoop said to wear ’em.”
Calling the jokes “a collaboration between me and the writers,” his dismissed the idea that the crowd was too hard on him. “No, not at all,” he said, still wearing his sunglasses. “My whole career people have been hard on me, so, y’know. I stood in the pocket where a lot of people would crumble, a lot of people would walk off stage, but I stood in there. I delivered.”
You delivered alright… Some bullsh*t!