Amy Schumer ridiculed Hilaria Baldwin’s Spanish heritage scandal in the comedian’s latest Netflix special.
Schumer threw jabs at her husband, Chris Fischer, throughout “Emergency Contact,” but pointed out that no matter what, “He can stand me.”
“Do you guys know who Hilaria Baldwin is?” Schumer asked the audience.
“I’m saying it wrong. I’m sorry,” she said before adopting a Spanish accent and annunciating Hilaria.
Schumer recalled meeting Hilaria “years ago” backstage at “Saturday Night Live.” When Alec attempted to introduce his wife to the comedian, Amy said, “I saw her and I said, ‘No, thank you.'”
She added, “I’m trying to hang on to my self-esteem, OK. She is a tiny, Disney princess, and I look like Ben Roethlisberger from most angles.”
Schumer added, “This woman is in no way Spanish. Her parents are not from Spain. No one in her life is from Spain. You’re going, ‘What?!’ Did you think I was just doing a really racist Spanish impression for like 15 minutes?”
Hilaria claimed she was born in Mallorca and raised in Boston. She said on a podcast in April 2020, that she moved to the U.S. when she was 19-years-old to attend NYU.
“So, I’m not trying to bully a sociopath. I have a point, OK?” Schumer said. “I think what had happened was, I think she went to Spain, OK, because again — I cannot tell you how much her family is not from Spain. They were early settlers in the US.
The “Trainwreck” star picked up a Spanish accent and pretended to be Hilaria to declare, “I am going to be from it!”
“Did you know you can just decide where you’re from?” Schumer said before admitting her driver’s license says she’s from Splash Mountain.
“My point is, neither of them give a f—. Find someone who can stand you,” Schumer said.