Millennials Are Re-Watching ‘White Chicks’ and Calling It Super Offensive

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It was a 2004 box office hit comedy starring the much-loved Wayans brothers, but people are now re-watching White Chicks and wondering whether it is still as funny as it once seemed.

Littered with offensive jokes, sexist references and, some are saying, racism, this comedy that was once so popular may not stand the test of time with today’s politically correct society on its back.

And with rumors of a sequel on the cards, could this hit flick quickly become a miss?

Let’s take a look at back at some of the most popular scenes. Are they are still fabulously funny or are they now more outrageously offensive?

White Chicks first hit our screens back in 2004.

To put it into context, 2004 was also the year that Facebook was founded, Janet Jackson’s breast was exposed by Justin Timberlake during the Super Bowl and Meet the Fockers was released.

The movie stars the hilarious Wayans brothers.

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