Comedian also opens up about pornography addiction in stand-up special "Chris Rock: Tamborine."
Chris Rock roasted himself in his first stand-up comedy special in 10 years.
The comic referred to himself as a "f-cking asshole" for cheating on his wife of 18 years in Netflix special "Chris Rock: Tamborine."
"These last few years have been crazy for me. Don't clap for that shit unless you're a lawyer," Rock said. "You don't wanna get divorced. You got somebody you love, hold tight. Commit."
The 53-year-old comedian continued to explain his regret for sleeping with three different women while he was married and on tour.
"It's f-cked up. When guys cheat, it's like we want something new, but then you know what happens? Your woman finds out, and now sh'es new," Rock said. "She is never the same again. So, now you have new, but you have a bad new."
"Some of these lessons you've just got to learn. Like, I brought this sh-t on myself, and you'e got to learn some lessons -- some man lessons," he added. "It's my fault, because I'm a f-cking asshole. I didn't listen. I wasn't kind. I had an attitude, I thought, 'I pay for everything, I can do what I want.' That shit don't f-cking work! I just thought I was the shit."
Rock also admitted that he was "addicted" to pornography throughout his marriage.
"When you watch too much porn, you know what happens? You become, like, sexually autistic," the comedian said. "You develop sexual autism. You have a hard time with eye contact and verbal cues. You get desensitized. When you start watching porn, any porn will do. Then, later on, you're all f-cked up and you need a perfect porn cocktail to get you off."
"I was so f-cked up -- like I needed an Asian girl with a black girl's ass that speaks Spanish just to get my dick to move an inch," Rock added. "I'm a lot better now."
But according to the comedian, the judge didn't care about his current position throughout his custody hearing because she still made him prove that he had beds for the children to sleep in and food for the kids to eat.
"I'm like, 'What? Have you heard about me?'" he said. "I'm Chris Rock, not Chris Brown."
Rock approached this section of his stand-up as a therapy session for couples to experience in order to understand the consequences when one partner steers off track such as trying to find love again.
"You ever forget how old you are? Rihanna looked at me like I was one of her aunts. She didn't even register me as a dick-carrying member of society," Rock said. "Like, I would have had an easier time f-cking Aretha Franklin."