Comedian Dave Chappelle Takes Aim at NFL Players Who Kneel During National Anthem Chappelle, whose most recent comedy special premiered on Netflix last week. Dave Chappelle is a stand-up comedian. He is also an actor and also writer. He came into the spotlight with his popular program Chappelle’s Show. The show was Dave Chappelle’s own creation.
The majority of Dave Chappelle’s stage performances consist of criticism and hurtful jokes directed at everyone, mainly famous celebrities, politicians, sportspersons, actors, etc. Dave Chappelle opened the Saturday Night Live program with a roughly 15-minute monologue that discussed the midterm elections, former president Donald Trump’s political appeal, and antisemitic remarks made by hip-hop musician Ye. This is Dave Chappelle’s third time hosting the show.
Dave Chappelle made remarks about the transgender community
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“I denounce antisemitism in all its forms and I stand with my friends in the Jewish community — and that, Kanye, is how you buy yourself some time.”
The president of the Anti-Defamation League criticized Chappelle
The president of the Anti-Defamation League criticized Dave Chappelle in a tweet sent out early on Sunday. He talked about Dave promoting hate speeches, promoting hatred against Jewish people. He criticized Dave Chappelle for hurting people’s sentiments. He mentioned whether the problems and sadness of common people are a matter of joke.
After all these, the comedian Dave Chappelle shifted his focus to other subjects, particularly the midterm elections.
Dave Chappelle jokes about Herschel Walker
He made fun of Herschel Walker. Walker is the scandal-plagued Republican candidate for the Georgia Senate, who will face Democratic incumbent Sen. Raphael Warnock in an election in December.
“I don’t want to speak badly of him, because he’s Black,” Dave Chapelle said, referring to Walker. “But I have to admit, he’s observably stupid.”
Michael Che, comments on the election and Herschel’s private life
Dave Chapelle’s co-anchor Michael Che also talked about the Georgia Senate race. He said that “the election is about to get to an end because none of the candidates has even received 50% of the total votes.” By this, he pointed toward Herschel Walker’s personal life.
“The key Senate race in Georgia between Raphael Warnock and Herschel Walker will move on to a runoff in December, but Walker has offered Warnock $500 to just… take care of it, baby,” Che joked
The joke was a reference to the claims that the anti-choice Republican candidate had funded abortions with two distinct women.
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