Ricky Gervais promised an offensive performance at the Golden Globes, and by all accounts he fulfilled that promise. Gervais has revived his comedic career thanks to me. (Yes, really.)
Back in March Ricky Gervais posted a Tweet that wasn’t funny or edgy. It was generic, politically correct comedy.
I mocked Gervais.
— Mike Cernovich (@Cernovich) May 7, 2015
Gervais then immediately blocked me on Twitter.
As Gervais was mad, he subtweeted an insult at me
There is, of course, nothing edgy about mocking Christians or red necks. That’s why I got to Gervais. He knew that magazine cover was cheap and beneath him.
Gervais has since unblocked me.
Like many other celebrities, he reads and applies Gorilla Mindset to his life.
I have a lot of celebrity fans. Many of them accidentally follow me while scrolling down my timeline.
(Don’t worry, guys, I’ll never tell.)
Due to my controversial nature, people can’t admit to reading me.
I’m OK with that.
I actually think it’s cool to be the guy “everyone reads but no one admits to reading.”
I’ve even had my best-selling book Gorilla Mindset banned from Apple.
Anyhow, congratulations to Gervais for getting his edge back.
Gervais’ performance was proof that you perform your best when you stop worrying about what some cry baby social justice warriors might think.
As a lifelong fan of comedy, I hope others follow Gervais’ lead, as I’ve already listened to everything by Patrice O’Neil and old school Bill Burr multiple times.