Milo Yiannopoulos Goes Wild On BBC (Uncut & Uncensored)
Right-wing provocateur Milo Yiannopoulous went wild in a BBC interview where he appeared alongside ten muscular black men wearing nothing but loincloths. Yiannopoulous disavowed white supremacy and the alt-right by letting each man in his entourage dominant him on camera in front of the shocked BBC host Elizabeth Killjoy. BBC went off the air before the show turned X-rated, but the entire encounter was released unedited on the internet.
"Who are these gentlemen?" asked Killjoy to open up the interview.
"Oh, you don't need to worry about them," said Milo. "Carry on with the interview."
"So, I hear you've made a career out of making college students cry. How does that make you feel? I'm curious to hear your answer," said the interviewer.
"Well, you know, those types have regressed to the state of infants. So, you really can't blame me," said Yiannopoulous. "They'll cry foul at Apu from The Simpsons or some ethnic character in a cherished Disney cartoon. They're uptight authoritarian babies and maybe it's a good thing that someone has the backbone to give them a healthy dose of reality."
"Interesting. But what about your comments regarding feminism?" asked the BBC reporter. "Don't you think you're condemning something wonderful? Something that has given agency to billions of women across the globe?"
"Honey, have you seen this generation of feminists?" asked Yiannopoulous. "No thank you!"
"Please don't call me honey," said Killjoy. "I have a name. Treat me with some respect."
"Are you a feminist?" asked Milo.
"Yes. Yes, I am," said the interviewer. "Proud of it too."
"I'm so sorry," said Yiannopoulous. "How far along are you? Do you know if it's terminal?"
"This interview is over," said Ms. Killjoy. "You're disgusting. A true deplorable, do you know that?"
"Yeah, whatever. I've been waiting for the longest time for this interview to be over. Anyway, I have more pressing matters to deal with," said Milo before he turned his attention to the gentlemen standing next to him wearing loincloths. "Now, where was I?"
"What are you doing? This is network television!" yelled out the interviewer, but it was too late.
BBC went off the air right when Milo yanked down a loincloth, the network cited "technical difficulties."
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