Comedy Central’s South Park isn’t entirely known for their wholesome relationship with hip hop artists. They’ve taken shots at Sean Combs…
And their jabs at Kanye West (aka, the “gay fish”) were taken so personally by ‘Ye that he responded to them on his 2010 album My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy.
Now in its twenty-first(!) season, the show has since shifted from primarily crude humor and jokes and has become a satirical look at today’s society… with crude humor and jokes. Taking on the topic of white supremacy and the tragic events of Charlottesville, VA, the show still found time to crack a joke using Kendrick Lamar‘s “HUMBLE.” as the punchline.
— ÅⅉⒶɎ-ⅅ (@AjayDahl) September 14, 2017
Never change, South Park. Never, ever change.