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A Comedic Take on Racism Owns The Late Show With David Letterman

(SNN) - An american comedian, Hari Kondabolu's recent appearance on "The Late Show with David Letterman" turned out to be a lesson in racism that contained sharp truths that drew laughs and at the same time schooled the 'minority white' audience.

Hari Kondabolu would be no stranger to racism. An american with Indian roots, he is the younger brother to rapper Ashok Kondabolu who is a former member of the group, Das Racist. Drawing laughs after laughs at the same time telling the audience that he “hates intolerance” and not so much intolerant people. Hari's dislike is more directed towards racism as being considered intolerance, a term used to reduce what it really is. He says, “What is this tolerance business, what do you tolerate? ... back pain?” as if something like back pain is really what minorities represent in America.

But don't take our word for it, check out Hari's appearance on "The Late Show With David Letterman," for yourself.

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