When they find out you need sunscreen. Corey Rodrigues



  • Over It 10 months ago

    I worked with a black guy that didn't think he needed sunscreen. He said "Black people don't burn. We just peel." I had to explain why they peel.

  • Eli B 3 days ago

    Most black people don't need sun screen,many all over Africa go out in the sun all day no sunscreen and still look years younger than their biological ages plus skin cancer is rarer that rare too..

  • onpsxmember 4 days ago

    They all really need it. Black people won't burn as much but the time in the sun accumulates. First...who wants to look like a dried raisin when you're 50? You get a lot more wrinkels, no matter the complexion. The other downside is that doctors have a really hard time finding melanoma on someone darker than wesley snipes. Skin cancer can hit anyone. Lots of black people understimate the sun at home vs the sun close to the equator.

  • Yanna Robinson 10 months ago

    Everyone needs sunscreen skin cancer doesn’t discriminate, even if you don’t burn easily

  • Mysocially socials 1 months ago

    @Philip J. Hill Well said... let he who as ears, let him hear... or swap ears for eyes to read. Lost a family member to skin cancer, beautiful coffee bean skintone. The sun and ozone also isn't same as my grandparents' day anyway. This topic is important.

  • Skool Dudes 1 months ago

    @loveispeace i live here everyday

  • 1stAmbientGrl 10 months ago

    Umm... confession... I was actually taught in public school science class that dark-skinned people don't need sunscreen because they have more melanin. True story. Yes, the teacher was white.

  • Eric Sanito  13 days ago

    And you were taught RIGHT. Most black people DON'T need sunscreen, unless they're really light skinned. Hell I'm almost 50 & I've NEVER worn it either. lol Nor do I know anybody personally who's worn it (with the exception of whites probably). I think sunscreen is for caucasion skin.

  • Mr Mister 14 days ago

    1stAmbientGrl I must have a lot of melanin

  • MegaSkilla 10 months ago

    Cause I'm made out of MEAT!!! That's why!!

  • Virginia Walter 8 months ago

    My kids loved that line - now whenever I tell them it's time for sunscreen they say, "I'm made of MEAT!" haha. It's kind of funny to hear that from a 2-year-olds mouth.

  • Sue Valerie Pham 10 months ago

    His story with his girlfriend's family sounds like the comedy version of Get out

  • Sue Valerie Pham 8 months ago

    @LaDeidre Anderson who said it was? Smh

  • LaDeidre Anderson 8 months ago

    Get Out was a representation not a made up fantasy smh

  • Spiritisalive1 10 months ago

    Man bringing Morgan Freeman into it ... thas cold. Lol Chocolate chips on his face. Lol 😂😂😂

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  • Sharon M 10 months ago

    Honestly, I’m dark skinned and for years I didn’t even know we needed sunscreen until I burned a few times.

  • Citrus Blast 5 months ago

    Its funny too considering black people lotion alot, and white men hardly do Lol

  • Dachdog 6 months ago

    A few times??? Like 10? Lol. A few times. Hahahahaha

  • Vrael 10 months ago

    I'm a dark skinned person and didn't know I needed sunscreen until I got sunburned really bad on my first day at the beach.

  • wise gal 2 months ago

    Mary Ann Girvan I have never seen a black person get sun burned! I haven't.

  • Mary Ann Girvan 2 months ago

    @Lucas Fernandez it takes me 10 mins of lying in the sun without sunscreen the way he's describing to get 1st degree burns

  • Thomas Hughes 10 months ago

    A very dark skinned camp counselor at a predominantly white camp complained of sunburn. We white suburban children thought he was joking until he pulled up his sleeve and showed us his "farmer's tan". This was before the days of SPF labels when moisturizing was about the best we could do. It was a bonding experience to understand that he was in just as much discomfort as we were.

  • Restless Wretch 5 months ago

    @melvina628 Look who's talking lmao

  • MaybeI Might 10 months ago

    Man, I really love this comedian

  • Crystal Cherie 10 months ago

    He's the best.