DailyNews- Kylie Jenner doesn't think that Dave Chappelle is all that funny.
The 18-year-old reality startlet was decidedly not amused when the comedian cracked a joke about her parent Caitlyn Jenner during a routine at the Hollywood Palladium.
Jenner, who was with beau, rapper Tyga, is said to have sat there stone-faced while the ex-Comedy Central star ripped into her transgender parent who transitioned from Bruce Jenner to Caitlyn Jenner.
Chappelle reportedly recalled how he remembered the Olympic medalist as a "Superman" who was "beating Africans" on his way to clinching gold in the grueling decathlon competition at the 1976 Montreal Olympics.
He said he knew something was amiss when he ran into Kanye and said, "Kanye…why the long face? And Kanye replied, 'Man, you'll see.'" The punch line earned huge guffaws from the audience, including Tyga who laughed while his teen gal pal sat unamused.
Well, color me shocked. The young, attractive starlet that has never needed a personality to get something that she's wanted doesn't have a sense of humor? A member of a family that has gotten rich off treating terrible reality television like it's life or death doesn't possess the ability to laugh at herself? I guess you can't have it all. Can't be hot, rich, famous, and fun loving enough to crack a smile at a joke made at the expense of your daddy turned man-mommy.
This is actually on Tyga, because the LAST place I would take Kylie would be a comedy club. Probably save that one for a boy's night out. Don't want to waste your time at a Dave Chappelle show trying to convince your braindead girlfriend that he's only kidding. How's he going to follow that one up? Take her home to watch 'Inception' and try to explain the entire movie to that mindless pair of tits while they watch it. That's the tradeoff Tyga. You get to have sex with your super sexy girlfriend, but you don't get to have a good time when you bring her places and do things that require the intelligence to have an open mind. Nothing worse than laughing when the person next to you to you isn't, and that's why I think I would rather go shopping with Kylie Jenner than go to a comedy show with her. At least the former is supposed to be suicide-inducing, whereas the only thing that could make the latter painful is an uptight girlfriend that can't look outside of herself and appreciate funny for funny's sake.