Bill Nye Show: White People Need to Stop Using 'Asian Wallpaper,' Ruined Yoga With 'Their Lululemon Hands'Chris Menahan
Apr. 25, 2017
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Bill Nye's new Netflix show featured it's own "Dear White People" sketch attacking white people for using "Asian wallpaper" and ruining Yoga by getting "their Lululemon hands on it."
As part of a "comedy" sketch for Nye's show "Bill Nye Saves the World," one of his Indian writers lectured "white people" on the micro-aggressions they commit by using Buddha statues and Asian wallpaper for "street cred" to sell alternative medicine.
"Sound therapy has nothing to do with Buddhism or Hinduism," he says. "This happens a lot, so I'm just going to come out and say it: white people, I love you, but stop using Asian wallpaper for street cred. I see what you're doing and it's stupid."
Nye's writer also attacked white people for ruining Yoga with "their Lululemon hands."
"Look what they've done to yoga," he said. "Yoga was badass, yoga was actually good for you, but white people got their Lululemon hands on it and turned it into the smooth jazz of the fitness world."
Nye's Indian writer finished by telling white people: "Put the Ganesh statues back into storage and just go back to telling me how much you love samosas."
The sketch is being overwhelmingly rejected by its viewing audience on YouTube. With almost 10k views, it only has 22 thumbs up versus a massive 837 thumbs down.
"Remember when science was about exploring and understanding the unknown properties of our reality instead of hating white men and talking about vaginas?" one commenter wrote.
"Wtf I hate my white self now," joked another.
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