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Marlon Wayans Warns ‘social Media’ ‘world Problems’ Have Killed Society’s Sense Of Humor: ‘Too Damn Sensitive’

Marlon Wayans Warns 'social Media' 'world Problems' Have Killed Society's Sense Of Humor: 'Too Damn Sensitive'

Marlon Wayans. People are "too sensitive" to comedy these days.



Comedian and actor Marlon Wayans doubled down on his criticism of culture in an interview Monday morning, accusing society of being "cursed."

Wayans, from 2010. He said on social media that a movie like his 2004 comedy White Chicks is needed in today's culture of violence.

"People are very emotional. This society has replaced laughing and joking with social media and worrying. We think about everything a lot because all we do is look at the world's problems and express our opinion," he told CBS Mornings. "

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The comedian said that all this time on the Internet, society has lost its humanity and the ability to enjoy life.

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"We don't enjoy it anymore," he said. "We have to learn to laugh at each other. Life is made of laughter."

Wayans explained that when he faces problems in life, he looks for the bright side and finds a way to make fun of it.

“So the darkest thing happens to me, the first thing I say is, 'What's so funny?' "The faster I laugh, the better I get," he recalled.

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"I think we all need to be a little sensitive," the actor reiterated, warning that stress and anxiety can "coddle" the young generation.

Wayans, who will host The Daily Show this week, hopes the joke isn't that the show has been "cancelled."

“They had 35 hosts. I'd delete them if it was me, dammit," he joked.

In a recent interview with BuzzFeed, Wayans called the sitcom's status "sad."

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"It's sad that society is at a point where we can't laugh anymore," the comedian said. “I don't listen to this damn generation. I don't listen to these people, these horrible people, these horrible bosses. You do what you want to do. Very good. I still tell my jokes.

"If you're going to take the joke off me, thanks for doing me a favor," he told the newspaper.

Ben Stiller says he never apologized for Tropic Thunder. "I'm proud of that."

LOS ANGELES, CA - AUGUST 11: (From left) Actors Robert Downey Jr., Ben Stiller and DreamWorks CEO Stacey Snyder arrive on the red carpet at the premiere of Tropic Thunder held at Mann Village on August 11. August 2008 at the Los Angeles Theatre. for. year. in Los Angeles California. (Photo by Jeff Vespa/WireImage)Getty Images © Photo by Jeff Vespa/WireImage LOS ANGELES, AUGUST 11: (From left) Actors Robert Downey Jr., Ben Stiller and DreamWorks CEO Stacey Snyder arrive on the red carpet for the Los Angeles premiere of Tropic Thunder at Mann House. Village Theatre, August 11, 2008, Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Jeff Vespa/WireImage)Getty Images

Other actors and artists have recently rebelled against the cultural desire to avoid movies, books, and other forms of entertainment that may be politically incorrect in today's culture.

Actor Ben Stiller recently told fans he was "proud" of his 2008 comedy Tropic Thunder and denied having "apologized" for it.

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“I am not apologizing for Tropic Thunder. You never know who told you. It has always been a controversial film ever since we discovered it. I'm proud of him and everyone who works on him," Stiller tweeted last month.

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