Chelsea Handler’s Hilarious Take on Hollywood’s Procreating Legends
Chelsea Handler, the renowned comedian, took to her Instagram to share a satirical video where she humorously addressed what she referred to as a nationwide phenomenon: “Horny Old Men with an insatiable desire for fatherhood.” In her comedic critique, she specifically mentioned Al Pacino, Robert De Niro, Alec Baldwin, and Elon Musk as members of this select group.
Chelsea pointed out that the men seem to have an unstoppable urge to procreate. When you combine the offspring of these four gentlemen, the total reaches a staggering 32 children.
Chelsea Lately’s former host commented in response to recent baby news from Robert De Niro, aged 79, and Al Pacino, aged 83. While the Taxi Driver star recently welcomed his seventh child, Al Pacino is expecting his first child with his girlfriend, Noor Alfallah, who is 29 years old.
In addition to Al and Robert, Alec Baldwin, aged 65, has fathered eight children, seven of whom were born in the past decade. Elon Musk, aged 51, has a total of ten children.
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Although Chelsea humorously acknowledged that Elon Musk, the CEO of Twitter, is the youngest among the group, she stated, “Elon Musk may not be as old as Murdoch or De Niro, but his distinctive personality makes him seem just as seasoned.”
However, Chelsea didn’t merely poke fun at these men; she also offered a playful solution to protect women from the advances of “horny old men”—herself. She humorously proclaimed, “I am offering myself up for auction to any available octogenarian. You can find me on eBay or Doordash.”
In a bid to make her offer even more enticing, Chelsea even provided a discount code, quipping, “And for a 20% discount, you can use the code ‘sugar tits.’” She concluded her video, titled “Stay safe out there,” with a piece of advice: “Horny old men. It’s never worth the money.”
Chelsea Handler’s comedic take on the procreation habits of Al Pacino, Robert De Niro, and their peers offer a lighthearted perspective on the subject, injecting humor into the discussion while playfully addressing the reality of their expanding families.