Comedian Suzanne Whang tells her cancer to suck it, reveals topless photo (NSFW)

By | June 6, 2013 at 11:29 am | One comment | News, TV/Movies | Tags: , ,

color-nudeThroughout a span of six years, veteran comedian and actress Suzanne Whang had cancer three separate times. During those ordeals, however, she never stopped performing onstage and would often personify her stage-four cancer, making it the butt of jokes. And this week, she’s done it again, albeit in a much different fashion.

Whang, who can be seen on the new season of Arrested Development as one of Lucille Bluth’s inmate frenemies, took to the site AnOpenApology.com to address her “tit cancer” as well as reveal a topless portrait by Caroline White, wherein the scar upon her left breast is on full display. She writes:

Dear Tit Cancer,

I’m sorry that I made fun of you mercilessly in stand-up comedy clubs and at spoken word events. I’m sorry that I made you feel weak. I’m sorry that I became unsuitable for habitation. I’m sorry that I evicted you and got a restraining order that you can’t come within 100 feet of me ever again. I’m sorry that you’re out on the street, looking for your next place to live. I’m sorry that my family and friends overpowered and bullied you. I’m sorry you’re mad that I’m still beautiful, even with one & a half tits. I’m sorry that I’m happy, healthy, and thriving now.

Oh, and by the way, “I’m sorry” is Korean for “Suck my cock.”

It’s a powerful message for sure. And I can only hope it helps current cancer patients and their families and friends deal with what they’re going through. For more of Whang’s take on her cancer, check out the video below of the comedian onstage last year.

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