Steve Harvey dragged for stand-up routine comments made dissing Africa

Steve Harvey dragged for stand-up routine comments made dissing Africa

- Steve Harvey has come under fire for disparaging comments he made during a stand-up comedy routine

- The comedian called Africa a "jungle" and said it was worse than any project in the States

- Steve's African followers didn't take kindly to his ignorant comments

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Comedian Steven Harvey has come under fire for talking smack about Africa.

Steve posted a throwback clip of an old comedy show with the caption, "I took a trip to Africa a few years back and, trust me, those jungles are scarier than anything I saw in the hood."

African tweeps weren't happy with the caption or the content.

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Zaidon wrote, "Africa is not a jungle. Africa is not a country. It's a continent and didn't you say you wanted to buy a house here?"

Nico, from Mzansi, said, "D**n, where in Africa? You had a radio interview last year in South Africa on 5FM. Why didn't you say that s**t about Africa?"

Steve really does appear to lose all sense of geography when it comes to Africa.

Not too long ago, he asked a Kenyan artist to meet him in Botswana or Johannesburg so he could buy a painting.

Steve wrote, "Now I'm looking for you. It would be my honour to have this. What size is it? I'll be in Joburg and Botswana soon. Let's hook up then."

A tweep countered, "Lmao. Steve Harvey is casually telling a Kenyan 'Let's hook up in Joburg or Botswana, not knowing the Kenyan needs a visa to South Africa and a last minute ticket to Gaborone cost 600 US dollars."

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