Reneé Rapp slams Jo Koy for making “sexist comments” at Golden Globes as she voices her discontent with Jo Koy’s Globes jokes in a TikTok video, sparking online discussions about perceived sexism. She made a TikTok video alongside Mean Girls co-stars Angourie Rice, Avantika, and Bebe Wood.
Reneé Rapp wasn’t happy with Jo Koy’s Golden Globes monologue, and she expressed her feelings in a TikTok video with Mean Girls co-stars Angourie Rice, Avantika, and Bebe Wood.
Reneé Rapp criticizes Jo Koy for making “sexist comments” during the Golden Globes.
The four actresses discussed their “in” and “out” trends for 2024, and when it was Rapp’s turn, she didn’t hold back from telling her displeasure at the awards night.
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However, in her second out she grabbed the attention of the audience by stating, “And also my out was the man who was making a bunch of jokes about women last night at the Golden Globes.” This statement appeared to be addressed to Jo Koy, the 52-year-old comedian who presented the event’s opening monologue.
Koy’s monologue included a line about Barbie being “based on a plastic doll with big boobies,” among other gags that elicited a cold reception from the star crowd. Another joke about Taylor Swift getting “fewer camera shots” at the Globes than at an NFL game did not appear to delight her.
However, Rapp was praised in the Mean Girls TikTok video comments for drawing attention to the situation.
The online argument raged on, with some praising Rapp for “keeping it real as always” and encouraging others to “stan” her for calling out the comic. On the other hand, Whoopi Goldberg came to Koy’s support, admitting the difficulties of hosting and claiming that hosting gigs are “brutal.”
Despite the outrage on social media, Jo Koy indicated his urge to host the award show again by saying he would “love to ” do it if given more time like five months than a nine days. He emphasized the upbeat mood during the event, stating that Hollywood was back in action, and he cherished it with the audience.