Chris Rock is trending on Twitter, after allowing two White comedians to use 'N Word' in his face. Jerry Seinfeld had to step in to point out that it was WRONG for the White comedians to use the word.

The incident occurred on a TV program - where Chris Rock, Jerry Seinfeld, Ricky Gervais, and Louis CK were discussing comedy.

During the discussion, Louis CK used the 'N Word' in a conversation directed at Chris Rock. Then, Ricky Gervais used the 'N Word' in a rant directed at Rock also.

Chris Rock seemed to think that it was funny, for two White comedians to use that terrible word.

But after the word was used more than a dozen times, Jerry Seinfeld stepped in - and shut it down. After saying the N word a dozen times, Louis CK tells Jerry Seinfeld, "I don't think you've ever used the N word."

Seinfeld seriously replied, "No never . . . you've found the humor in [using the N word], I haven't found it. Nor am I looking for it."

In the clip, from the film “Talking Funny,” Rock states, “He’s the blackest white guy I f–ing know,” referring to CK.

“All the negative things we think about black people, this f****r”, says Rock.

Louis then responds: “You’re saying I’m a n*****?” The racial slur is then repeated by Rock, to laughter from the rest of the group.

As the group discuss whether they can ever use the term onstage, Louis repeats the term once more before Ricky says: “Who says n***** on stage on stage?”