Bill Burr’s wife Nia Renee Hill is fed up with people calling her husband a racist for making a feminist joke at the 2021 GRAMMYs.
Thousands of outraged Chinese Kpop stands tried to cancel Bill Burr for making an edgy joke at this year’s GRAMMYs. His wife, Nia Renee Hill, is now telling people to shut up.
52-year-old American actor and stand-up comedian best known for F is For Family, Breaking Bad and the Disney Plus Star Wars Series The Mandalorian was asked to announce winners at this year’s GRAMMYs.
Burr felt a bit awkward when he learned that he was announcing the nominees and winners for best “tropical Latin album” at the 2021 GRAMMYs and made an observation joke about how it might appear to some people.
“Alright. How many feminists are going nuts thinking ‘why is this cis-white male doing all this Latino stuff?” Bill Bur joked right before announcing the nominees.
The light-hearted joke seemed to piss off many Kpop fans and Chinese bots as shortly after he made the joke #BillBurrIsOverParty was trending on Twitter with thousands of people calling him racist and calling for his career.
People took it upon themselves to point out that Bill Burr is not racist and has been married to a black woman for the past 8 years. Strangely, that made people only believe he was more racist, some going as far as to calling him a “slave owner.”
An American politician and member of the Republican Party from Queens, New York, shared these sentiment but instead referred to Bill Burr’s wife as a “minority sex servant.” She wasn’t happy with that and immediately fired back at him, telling him to shut up.
Nia Renee Hill herself is a outspoken empowered black feminist. Bill Burr has even at times been shut down by her, but she’s never been upset or offended by any of his jokes.
Bill Burr’s wife is also a progressive left-winger, but even though she voted voted for Joe Biden in 2020, she’s absolutely had enough of cancel culture.