Daniel Kaluuya's Oscars speech thanked his parents for having sex

Just when you thought it was safe to watch the Oscars with your parents.

The 93 rd Academy Awards went down on Sunday, honoring the films that helped keep us from fully breaking down during the past year of racist pandemic inferno. Among the champions was Judas and the Black Messiah performer Daniel Kaluuya, who earned Best Supporting Actor for his persona as Black Panther Party member Fred Hampton — his first Oscar win.

It was a big moment for Kaluuya, who thanked God, his friends, his family, and his co-workers in his four-minute acceptance speech. However the actor seemed to get a little carried away by his Oscar high-pitched toward the end, stimulated and indebted for everything that lead him to this moment — even down to the advent of his birth. Read more …

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