A Rising Comedian Based Out Of Cincinnati Joins The Ranks Of African American Hilarious Entertainers
The way to make a bad day better is a smile, chuckle, and a bit of laughter.
By: Dashade Music Empire
"If I can tell someone a story that makes them bend over, and laugh, that's bigger than anything else."- Late Great Bernie Mac
In the years of the 1840s, comedy surfaced as standup. The comedic material was a bit racest, and not popular among the African American community at that time. But during the years of the 1960s, many African American comedians started to rise into the mainstream. A Mr. Bernie Mac for example, stated that his start in the industry was very hard. A stand up stage on a small square on a floor in front of an establishment caused the telling of comedic skits to be difficult. The 1992 Black Entertainment Television's Comic View allowed many up, and coming African American comedians to rise in the spotlight of the mainstream media. Many pioneers like Cedric The Entertainer became America's dream team of comedians. This platform was discontinued in the month of December of 2008. There have been many comedians since that time, but it has not been an easy pathway to reach that certain criteria that would cause a comedian to say," I have finally made it." A new comedian that started in the new global emergency named Maurice Williams has decided to bring laughter to the ears of the global community by the way of digital media streaming. As of 2019 there are 59.96% Caucasian comedians, and 13.48% African American comedians, records reported by Zippia; that is a 46.48 percent difference. The African Americans in comedy are disappearing. It is definitely a medicine that is needed in the African American community say's Maurice Williams. In his own words: Believe it or not. Laughter can save lives!
"Genius is often called crazy, but crazy is never called genius. So you just have to put out the work, and let the chips fall where they may."- The Legendary Katt Williams
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