Daniel Kaluuya made fun of the royal family at the premiere of “Saturday Night Live” last weekend, and some people have recently made racist comments against the monarchy.
Kaluuya from London opened the whitelist with a blockbuster interview with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry on Saturday.
“I know you are hearing my accent, and you think,’Oh, no, he is not black, he is British.’ Let me assure you that I am black.” Kalua said. “I’m black, I’m British. Basically, I’m the way the royal family is worried about babies.”
Last month, Markle, now 39, spoke frankly with her friend Oprah Winfrey about her fight for the royal family. In the bombshell revelation of the interview, Markle claimed that when he was pregnant with his son Archie, “discussion about how dark his skin might have been when he was born”.
After the explosive interview, Buckingham Palace issued a statement stating that “the issues raised, especially the racial issue, are worrying”, although “the memories may be different.”
Prince William also delivered a speech in March that the royal family is “not a racist family.”
As Kaluuya’s monologue continued on Saturday, the 32-year-old actor also talked about the differences between American and British racism.
People ask me,’Is it British racism or American racism? Let me put it this way, British racism left the whites so cruelly,” Kalua said. “They want freedom, freedom to create their own racism. This is why they invented Australia, South Africa and Boston. “
Kaluuya, who was recently nominated for an Oscar for her performance in “Judas and the Black Messiah”, also reviewed her Golden Globe Award in February and the failure of Zoom Audio.
“I was muted! Do you believe it?” the actor said. “I told the best joke of my life, but I was speechless.”
Kaluuya ends her monologue by thanking her relatives and also reveals how the current “SNL” actor Kenan Thompson has influenced her childhood.
“When I was 9 years old, I wrote a script that was performed at the Hampshire Theatre. There were real actors and everything in it. This is a true story. The play was based on “Kennan and “Kyle” adapted. That scene put me on a stage leading to the backstage of Kenan tonight,” Kaluuya said. “I just want to take this opportunity to say in front of Keenan and the world, thank you mom, thank god, and thank Kyle.”