i remember when dave chappelle left hollywood.
he felt pressured in making a season 2 for “the dave chappelle show”.
he had a lot to say about what was happening bts too.
dave has always been very honest.
is he being too honest with his recent jokes tho?
in his comedy special,
“the bird revelation” on netflix,
he spoke about two alleged perverts who recently got banished.
louis c.k and kevin spacey.
a foxholer sent me what he had to say…
about louis c.k.:
“I shouldn’t say this, but f–k it, (his) allegations were the only one that made me laugh. Show business is just harder than that. I know that sounds f–ked up, I’m not supposed to say that, but one of these ladies was like, ‘Louis C.K. was masturbating while I was on the phone with him.’ B—h, you don’t know how to hang up a phone? How the f–k are you going to survive in show business if this is an actual obstacle to your dreams?”
‘I mean it is really bad out here. Kevin Spacey’s out here grabbing men by the p***y! I didn’t even know that was possible! I’ve been to a lot of parties in my day. Never been to a good one that had 14-year-old boys in it. Kevin Spacey sniffed that s*** out like a truffle pig. And not to victim-blame, but it seems like the kind of situation that a gay 14-year-old kid would get himself into. All joking aside, Kevin Spacey shouldn’t have done that s*** to that kid. He was 14 years old and forced to carry a grown man’s secret for 30 years. The saddest part is, if he had been able to carry that secret for another six months, I would get to know how House of Cards ends.”
everyone is saying dave has “always been this way”,
and he was just “making jokes”,
but if it was someone else who said it…
Would it be okay?
i get it’s a comedian’s job to poke fun at current events,
but is it always in good taste?
i had to wonder…