Aamer Rahman has sold out consecutive nights at London's famed Soho Theatre and had a performance on so-called reverse racism go viral last year. But he says he's tired of the expectation that comedians of color will make white folks feel comfortable in order to be successful. In an interview with CeaseFire, Rahman railed against the "expectation for non-white comedians to pander to white audiences. I think it is just unusual for people to see a brown person who makes comedy for black and brown people."