Common says if a stand-in for a film or TV present requires make-up to match pores and skin complexion with the actor … the director higher discover a new stand-in.
We obtained the rapper/actor leaving Equinox Wednesday in WeHo, and he weighed in on the controversy involving the upcoming comedy “Good Boys.” We broke the story … a stand-in for youngster actor Keith L. Williams was on set in blackface. Common’s NOT down with it.
He tells us it’s by no means acceptable to go the blackface route, and doesn’t purchase the manufacturing firm’s declare it’s commonplace observe to make use of make-up to match pores and skin tones for lighting functions. But, even whether it is — he says it’s time to finish it.
Common additionally suggests it shouldn’t be simply black individuals talking out in the event that they see this occurring.