3 thoughts on “Why You Shouldn’t Do What Jay Mohr Just Did

  1. will lopez says:

    This does not surprise me one bit – Nor would it surprise me at all if he were to have a change of heart in a month or so and start tweeting again –

    Comics are very temperamental – They make their living making a connection with an audience – and I disagree with something you said – if a comic were to walk on a stage….If I were to walk on a stage….and were able to read people’s minds, and 30% of the people in the room believed I was unfunny, or worse, gulp, a “hack”, I don’t know if I could continue with my set. It’s gotta be tough to have 100K plus followers, and have to weed through the hate mail to get to things that are positive –

    I am not justifying his actions mind you, I am just saying that on some level I can relate to the train of thought.

  2. confused says:

    What I don’t understand about any of this is that he is one of the most unkind comics out there to others talking about many things ie how ugly Michelle Obama is, (whether she is or isn’t in your opinion is not the point,) then he gets pissed off should anyone mention his or his wife’s appearance both which have taken a serious nose dive and that’s not me being mean, that is just a fact. He insults as many people as possible, then turns around crying when people give him a little taste of his own medicine. He can dish it but can’t take it. His style of comedy is to make fun of people, always has been but when he does it on a stage no one can talk back so he feels king. In twitter you get immediate response. I hope he reads this I really hope he does. Start with looking in the mirror on people who are negative to others. I also know he has other issues as well with substance abuse that he goes from joking about being stoned to claiming to be sober since way back when, which stoned and sober do not equate and he’s apparently addicted to of all stupid things Nyquil, (I saw him perform only once and he talked about being addicted to it which he afterwards said he really was backstage as he was looking for more,) which is in fact alcohol there fore he is not sober. I smell a Charlie Sheen wannabe. While this comment may seem an attack on this guy only, I say all of Hollywood is not what it seems and these people get a bit more exposed as to what they are really like by watching their actions on twitter. I am a big fan of twitter but this guy, not so much. Fortunately no one really knows who he is anyway. He had a potentially huge career but blew it.

  3. Kyle says:

    Ha! Well if he doesn’t want to hear it he should try to actually be funny sometime. Calling him a comedian is using that word very loosely. His new radio show is a blatant rip off of his predecessor (which is not someone worth or copying). he is not funny. I don’t blame him for dropping twitter the truth hurts

    He seriously out-kicked his coverage when he somehow roped Nicki Cox.

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