Ace Comedian Chris Rock Covers Rolling Stones Magazine latest issue as he talk about his divorce and family

The Grammy Awards American comedian Chris Rock covers Rolling Stones Magazine‘s latest issue

The Emmy Award winner talk about his divorce with his ex wife, Malaak Compton-Rock,after 19 years of marriage.

The 52-year-old comedian also talk about him cheating on his wife the mother of two daughters 12-year-old Zahara and 14-year-old Lola. with three different women, moving on now the divorce has been finalised,that he would not marry again even if I Wouldn’t Get Married Again Even If It ‘Would Cure AIDS.

According to the magazine,the Ace comedian said “Getting divorced, you have to f–king start over, You get to reset. It’s not a breakdown, but something in your life broke down. I was a piece of s–t, (Getting away with cheating) That’s bulls–t, That actually goes the other way. My faults are magnified. Your significant other, if they really love you, has a high opinion of you. And you let them down.

“My faults are magnified,” he says. “Your significant other, if they really love you, has a high opinion of you. And you let them down.”

When ask why he toned down the negativity when talking about his divorce, he reply was:

‘Do I want to be angry for a year?’ It’s not a cool place to be. It’s not healthy. It’s not fair, I have a mic, she doesn’t. God forbid people are bugging her in the supermarket. That’s not cool. I’m going to have to see her at weddings and graduations. We live in a world where men are assumed to not have feelings, All my friends assume I moved into the city after my divorce, away from my girls. When I say I bought a house around the corner, it blows their minds. My own daughter has blocked me on Instagram. They grow up so quick.

Rock says he’s never had a breakdown about his split, though admits he cried once during their custody battle.

“It’s not fair,” he notes. “I have a mic, she doesn’t. God forbid people are bugging her in the supermarket. That’s not cool. I’m going to have to see her at weddings and graduations.”

The comedian who was voted the fifth-greatest stand-up comedian says he’s in the middle of “starting over.”
“My own daughter has blocked me on Instagram,” he adds. “They grow up so quick.”

Chris also went ahead, “We live in a world where men are assumed to not have feelings,” he shares. “All my friends assume I moved into the city after my divorce, away from my girls. When I say I bought a house around the corner, it blows their minds.”

Source:ET/Rollingston Magazine

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