After getting canceled due to trans jokes on his program, Dave Chappelle says “f**k Twitter.”
GLAAD and the National Black Justice Coalition went after Dave Chappelle after his Netflix stand-up special ‘The Closer.’
After being targeted for his transgender humor, Dave Chappelle retaliated against the cancel culture mob.
On Wednesday, October 6, the renowned comedian appeared at the Peppermint Club in Hollywood. Following the release of his Netflix stand-up special ‘The Closer,’ left-wing organizations such as GLAAD and the National Black Justice Coalition went after him, demanding for the cancellation of his Netflix show.
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Cancel culture’s sad victims: seven once-innocent words that have now been declared politically incorrect’Saturday Night Live’: Bill Burr’s monologue about gay pride and cancel culture was panned as “unfunny” and “worst ever.” According to TMZ, Chappelle was chastised for numerous jokes he made during the show, including one in which he said that the gay community was more concerned with terminating DaBaby’s career because of his homophobic outburst than the fact that he shot and murdered someone at a Walmart. DaBaby was never charged because he allegedly fired in self-defense. “You can shoot and kill a (N-word) in our country, but you best not hurt a gay person’s feelings,” he began the joke. And this is the discrepancy I’d want to talk about.” “Every human being in this room, every human being on Earth, has to pass through the legs of a woman to be on Earth,” the comedian added, adding that “gender is a fact.” Chappelle’s comments enraged Jaclyn Moore, the transgender executive producer of Netflix’s “Dear White People,” who declared that she was “done” with Netflix “as long as they continue to put out and profit from obviously and dangerously transphobic entertainment.”
Chappelle, on the other hand, looks unconcerned with the criticism. “F**k Twitter,” he says. F**k NBC News, ABC News, and the rest of the scumbag networks. I’m not conversing with them. I’m addressing you. According to The Hollywood Reporter, he declared at the Hollywood Bowl, “This is real life.” To a standing ovation, he replied, “If this is what being canceled is like, I love it.” “I’m not sure what to say except that I’m a lousy motherf**ker.” It’s worth mentioning that on Rotten Tomatoes, ‘The Closer’ received a remarkable 96 percent positive audience score. Professional critics on the website, meanwhile, have offered a couple of unfavorable assessments. “Chappelle’s most incendiary, unsettling, and unapologetic one yet,” stated Marlow Stern of The Daily Beast in one of the unfavorable reviews. “Chappelle’s pervasive transphobia doesn’t need to be an issue as long as the jokes fall,” said Ian Thomas Malone, “but his obsession with grievances outweighs any pretense of.” Brinkwire News in a Nutshell