Jess Hilarious Biography
Jess Hilarious (real name Jessica Robin Moore) is an American stand up comedian and actress born on 16th February 1992 in Baltimore, Maryland, U.S. Jess gained popularity through her Instagram comedy skits. She is the first celebrity to ever win the BET social award for “Clapback”. She is a cast member of Fox sitcom show ‘Rel’.
Jess has also appeared in the reality show “Wild N Out” in MTV Channel. She has also participated in some of the shows in VH1, BET, and other channels.
Jess Hilarious Age
Jess was born on 16th February 1992 (she is 27 years old as of 2019)
Jess Hilarious Family
Jess was born to Kevin Moore and Robin Moore.
Jess Hilarious Son
Jess has a son Ashton. She came under fire after she posted a nude photo with Ashton on February 2017.
Jess Hilarious Baby Daddy
Jess has never revealed who the father of her son is although she often roasts him in her posts but refrains from revealing his name.
Jess Hilarious Boyfriend
Jess was in a relationship with Chris who frequently appeared on her early IG skits. While she appeared on The Breakfast Club Jess said that Chris was caught creeping by one of her followers who spotted him kissing a mystery woman at a neighbourhood BBQ.
Jess Hilarious Kountry Wayne
Jess and Kountry were in a relationship which lead to Jess being called a homebreaker as she was alleged to have hooked up with Wayne while he was still married. Jess, however, made it clear that she got in a relationship with Wayne after he divorced his wife. Jess said that Wayne began showing interest in her while Wayne separated with his wife but Jess told him he was technically still married as the divorce was not finalized and Jess at the time was in a relationship with Chris. She said Wayne was patient until the divorce was finalised and she on her part had separated with Chris.
The relationship was short lived as they later split which was alleged to have been caused by a picture Wayne’s wife posted on her Instagram story with Wayne laid up on her couch.
Jess Hilarious TV Show
Jess is the lead female in the Fox comedy Rel. The sitcom centers on Lil Rel (Howery), a prideful, self-made success who lives by the code to “always believe in yourself and great things will come.” Rel finds that attitude put to the test when he learns his wife is having an affair with his own barber. He tries to rebuild his life post-divorce as a long-distance single father on the West Side of Chicago who’s on a quest for love, respect and a new barber.
Jess Hilarious Sikh/ Jess Hilarious Muslim
Jess posted a series of now-deleted clips on her Instagram claiming that her life was in danger after four Sikh men in turbans were on the same plane as she was. On the video, he alleged that she led to the four Sikh men removal from the plane before it departed the airport.
She later posted on Instagram story to say her comments were justified and “[her] news is real.”
“N****s know I’m never f***ing racist, but I spotted something and I put it out earlier and we just got evacuated from our plane. F*** y’all, if I’m scared, I’m scared… y’all mad at me because I don’t side with every other black person.”
Even after claiming that she was not racist people on social media continued to condemn her which her to post a now deleted apology saying:
“I’m so sorry for my former #deleted post!! #Sorry but ya’ll blame [me] for being scared. I saw four people of that caliber and I just revert back to the past, s**t if I’m scared, I’m scared!!! The Internet is some s**t today.”
“Look ya’ll, I’m not racist and never have I been we, so yes, I admit I’m ignorant to the facts so teach me.”I got no one put off the f***in’ plane. I didn’t even say s**t to anyone else on the f***in’ plane about how I felt! Again, I’m sorry to all Muslims, deeply sorry. But I am not a racist, loves.”
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Jess Hilarious Muslim Video/ Jess Hilarious Plane Video
Jess Hilarious Apology
Jess took to Instagram where she posted a video with the caption “Official Statement Regarding Sikh & Muslim Community. Please don’t believe everything you see and hear, this is what it really is” as an apology to Sikh and Muslim community for racial profiling.
On the video, she said: “So, naturally in my previous post, I was defensive, but that’s what happens when you don’t take the time to really know what’s transpiring. In understanding the error of my actions, I have to first acknowledge the rooted issues, which means racially profiling a group of individuals based on their appearance and on top of that—publicizing it on a platform where others can be hurt by it and others were hurt from it.
I’m not sure if these particular individuals that were on the plane are aware of my actions by now, but either way, I would love to apologize personally to them first for my insensitive and ignorant behaviour,” Jess noted. “Yet, I would still like to apologize to all of you who were aware and offended by my actions.
I refuse to teach, spread or be an advocate for hatred—I just want to make people laugh. I feel like nobody can say what I want to say like me, I don’t need nobody talking for me.”