'Russell Peters stole my shit!' So alleges dynamic and outspoken comic Gina Yashere, who sold up and left the UK to make it in the United States, becoming the only Brit ever to feature on Def Jam. She pulls no punches in this compelling interview, venting her frustration at the producers of Mock The Week and Last Comic Standing, as well as condemning the TV industry's apparent preference for 'non-threatening' black acts.
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Published: 10th April 2015. Length: 86 minutes. Size: 39.7mb
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