Chris Rock is always willing to share his opinion, and when he recently gave his thoughts on Hollywood, the comedian didn't hold back in accusing Tinseltown of being racist against Mexicans, and claimed African-Americans are constantly faced with issues.

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Rock claims Hollywood is "a white industry"

Rock expressed his judgement of the celeb-filled city in an article published in The Hollywood Reporter, in which he claims Hollywood is "a white industry."

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"Is Hollywood Mexican enough? You're in L.A., you've got to try not to hire Mexicans," he write. "It's the most liberal town in the world, and there's a part of it that's kind of racist - not racist like "F**- you, n***er" racist, but just an acceptance that there's a slave state in L.A."

Rock continues: "There's this acceptance that Mexicans are going to take care of white people in L.A. that doesn't exist anywhere else. I remember I was renting a house in Beverly Park while doing some movie, and you just see all of the Mexican people at 8 o'clock in the morning in a line driving into Beverly Park like its General Motors. It's this weird town."

"You're telling me no Mexicans are qualified to do anything at a studio? Really? Nothing but mop up? What are the odds that that's true?" he adds.

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The 49-year-old also speculates that there is "probably a Mexican David Geffen" cleaning the hallways but he will never be given a chance in the movie industry.

Rock doesn't hold back when he speaks about the issues African Americans face in Hollywood either.

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The comedian calls out Tinseltown for lack of African American employees

"It's a white industry. Just as the NBA is a black industry. I'm not even saying it's a bad thing," he writes. "But how many black men have you met working in Hollywood? They don't really hire black men. A black man with bass in his voice and maybe a little hint of facial hair? Not going to happen. It is what it is. I'm a guy who's accepted it all."

The 'Grown Ups 2' actor goes on to claim it is even harder for an African American woman to find work in the movie capital of the world.

"...there are almost no black women in film. You can go to whole movies and not see one black woman," he continues. "They'll throw a black guy a bone. OK, here's a black guy. But is there a single black woman in 'Interstellar?' Or 'Gone Girl?' 'Birdman?' 'The Purge?' 'Neighbors?' I'm not sure there are. I don't remember them. I go to the movies almost every week, and I can go a month and not see a black woman having an actual speaking part in a movie. That's the truth."