Most notably, he separated from his wife of 18 years, Malaak Compton-Rock, in 2014. He covers the latest issue of magazine, and though he jokingly calls the tour his "alimony tour," he gets serious when talking about life after divorce.
that he believed he could get away with cheating because he was the famous breadwinner in the household."That's bulls--t," he can now admit. And you let them down."There are several reasons Rock has toned down the negativity when it comes to discussing his divorce. God forbid people are bugging her in the supermarket. I'm going to have to see her at weddings and graduations."Rock even admitted he cried once, "during the custody battle" over his two daughters, Zahra and Lola Rock."We live in a world where men are assumed to not have feelings," he said, providing an example: "All my friends assume I moved into the city after my divorce, away from my girls.What did you see in him as a young guy who’s doing it? It’s just, like most successful people, the thing they do is like third or fourth on the reasons why they’re successful. Like, if you can sing really great, but you pick shitty songs, it kind of means you can’t sing. And if you’re a really funny guy and you pick bad jokes and all your shows are tacky and bad, or you have a sitcom and you don’t know how to cast, or whatever, you’re not funny! Anybody that’s really good over-prepares, and he’s got no problem. You go to the Comedy Cellar any night and Aziz is in the booth and he’s got his headphones on and he’s listening to his set from the night before. The only reason she didn't post the clip is because she knew it would fuel more headlines about their split,' the source revealed.Two of La La's closest friends are encouraging her take Chris up on his offer.