George Lopez Says Blacks & Latinos on Late Night Aren't Able to "Fail Like White People Fail"

Late night is a "tough business," says George Lopez.

The 53-year-old comedian, who had his own late night show Lopez Tonight until 2009, told HuffPost Live that blacks and Latinos have a harder time staying on the air. He also noted that they aren't given a chance to improve.

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“I just don’t think that we’re able to fail like white people fail,” Lopez said. “Our failures are heavier. When you’ll just leave a guy to get good and just leave him on to get good and we just get judged and criticized every day.”

Watch Lopez's full interview above.

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