Dave Chappelle KILLS IT With SNL Monologue
Superstar comedian Dave Chappelle just hosted Saturday Night Live for the third time. He joked about the Kanye West controversy during his Saturday Night Live appearance and it was EPIC…
.@DaveChappelle going straight at Kanye West and his anti-Semitic remarks during his monologue. “Kanye has gotten in some scraps before and normally when he’s in trouble, I pull up immediately. But this time I was like, ‘you know what? Lemme see what’s gonna happen first’” #SNL pic.twitter.com/9h2CRnmKXU
— Eric Diep (@E_Diep) November 13, 2022
CelebnMusic247.com complete agrees with everything Dave Chappelle joked about during his SNL monologue.
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…
He broke the showbusiness rules…If they’re Black, then it’s a gang, if they’re Italian then it’s a mob, but if they’re Jewish then it’s a coincidence and you should never speak about it.
I’ve been to Hollywood and—no one get mad at me—I’m just telling you what I saw. It’s a lot of Jews. Like a lot. But that doesn’t mean anything, you know what I mean? Because there are a lot of Black people in Ferguson, Missouri, it doesn’t mean we run the place.” He also said that Ye’s claim that Jews run Hollywood is a “crazy thing to say out loud.
He had this to say about Kyrie Irving:
Kanye got in so much trouble Kyrie got in trouble…and the NBA told him he should apologize and he was slow to apologize. The list of demands to get back into their good graces got longer and longer and this is where I draw the line. I know the Jewish people have been through terrible things all over the world, but you can’t blame that on Black Americans.
As always, our over opinionated society have been complaining about Dave’s monologue on Saturday Night Live. This is the second time since his Netflix special last year, where he made some scrutinized comments about the LGBTQIA+ community. While many people are generally critical of his behavior, his specific comments about the transgender community have been particularly condemned. Recently, Saturday Night Live hired their first non-binary cast member Molly Kearney and trans non-binary writer Celeste Yim.