“I don’t like him,” Mr. Wilbon said. “Why is he there? He’s not worthy of being there. … They got tired of famous black people, so they got to get a white guy — affirmative action Academy Awards host? Is that what this is about? Really?”
“I don’t like MacFarlane,” he continued. “He is a joke. He is not worthy of the people that were up there last night.”
Chris Rock hosted the Oscars in 2005 and Whoopi Goldberg hosted in 2001.
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