Paul Rodriguez launches shocking tirade against everyone: 'It's only sexual harassment if the guy hitting on you is ugly'

The Mexican-American stand-up comedian and actor got candid on a range of topics from George Lopez, Obama's presidency, African Americans and the MeToo movement, among others


                            Paul Rodriguez launches shocking tirade against everyone: 'It's only sexual harassment if the guy hitting on you is ugly'

Mexican-American stand-up comedian and actor Paul Rodriguez appeared on the 'Domenick Nati Show' and launched a shocking attack against everyone! While on the show, he discussed the MeToo movement and also spoke about sexual harassment among several other issues. 

On the show, he was asked whether he had ever been sexually harassed to which he replied saying no. He then went on to add that, "Worse than being sexually harassed is wearing a mini skirt and cleavage and not being sexually harassed. You cannot wear a mini skirt and have a big cleavage out there and walk around and be annoyed that the Latino's tried to whistle at you." 

Rodriguez also added that it only counts as sexual harassment if the person harassing is ugly. "It's only sexual harassment if the guy hitting on you is ugly," Rodriguez shared and then addressed his own personal sex life and said, "I get laid just fine. I take the old fashioned way, I buy it."

"Sexual harassment is wrong," Rodriguez said but added that women needed to be a lot more responsible and gave an example "If I invite you to my room at 3 or 4 in the morning I expect to get some pussy. Am I going to force myself on you? Thankfully, I have not had to."

Rodriguez also opened up on his feud with George Lopez and shared, "I started George Lopez and he does not think well of me," referring to the time he chose to go public as a Republican.

He then recalled a time when Eva Longoria who supported President Obama was upset with him and she had just divorced Tony Parker. "As a flipping joke I said — if you want another Black man to disappoint you, that's your job."

Rodriguez discussed how Lopez never tends to sit down and explain why exactly he does not like or support Trump before adding that he finds Lopez's anti-Trump jokes not funny and claimed he only does it to be popular.  He then went on to take a jab at Lopez's last special where he shared that Lopez had said, "'F**k Trump' 43 times. I got it. One time would be enough but why?"

When it comes to being a comedian, Rodriguez said, "Whatever these Latino comics are doing 'I did it first'." He also spoke of how Lopez has talent which is why he got to where he is but "for him to stop being my friend and to think of me as an idiot, i'll make this challenge, I'll take on George Lopez any way he wants. Look at my SAT scores. His politics are for shit and he's not a well-educated guy."


 
 
 
 
 
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Rodriguez then referred to Barrack Obama and questioned what he had done during his years as President. "He was not good for African Americans, he was not good for Latinos."

Rodriguez continued: "Everyone blindly supported Obama because he would make a good speech. Essentially, he was not a good president and it was hard to criticize him as you would be called a racist. Obama won the Nobel Peace Prize because of the color of his skin."

He added: "I would choose Trump's bullying over Obama's inexperience." He also spoke about working with Arnold Schwarzenegger and said that he was not a good governor. 

Paul Rodriguez poses with his dogs Chica and Moska during a portrait session on March 2, 2010, in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Michael Caulfield/Getty Images)
Paul Rodriguez poses with his dogs Chica and Moska during a portrait session on March 2, 2010, in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Michael Caulfield/Getty Images)

When asked if he agrees with Kanye West feeling pressured to be a Democrat, given he is a minority, Rodriguez took the opportunity to point out that every African-American " should go to Africa to see how good they have it. Any African in Africa would trade places with any African American in the blink of an eye because unless you have been over there, you will see the poverty and cruelty. No country in Africa has had a peaceful transition of government. Everybody wanted South Africa to be a free and powerful nation but it is a corrupt, awful place. Ask Oprah. African Americans have a tendency to think that they are the only ones who suffered."