The devil is a Hollywood executive, offering you a Faustian bargain, exchanging fame for the debasement of your entire race.
Pop quiz: name a working Asian male actor who isn't Ken Jeong or Jackie Chang. Are you able to?
Representation matters, which is why something like this makes me sick:
When people think of working American Asian actors, the first person they think of is this motherfucker. The worst part is the eagerness with which he participates in the whole thing. I've never seen a man so enthusiastically get on his knees.
Here is a video where Ken Jeong explains why he is not popular in Korea:
My theory of Hollywood is that it's a vortex that slurps up all the humanity within a forty-mile radius, leaving behind only animated corpses.
Here's how to become a famous Korean without abetting white supremacy:
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Bret Easton Ellis