Comedian Bill Burr stopped by the Red Velvet Cake studio to hand out with the crew and talk his upcoming performance at the Arlington Improv.
The Boston native was a good friend of the late comedian Patrice O’Neal and often hung out with him in the early 90′s.
“He’s the best I ever saw. We used to hang out. It was like a bad sitcom,” Burr said.
The TJMS decided to play White Person/Black Person Problem, a game that would show just how much he knows about black people (he married his longtime girlfriend, a black woman, last year).
Having a cold and a sunburn at the same time?
Burr: White people.
When the cashier says we don’t take food stamps unless we know how you’re going to pay?
Find out how the funny man answered this one and much more when you listen to the entire interview above!
Comedian Bill Burr Plays White Person/Black Person Problem was originally published on blackamericaweb.com