One of Netflix’s many Liberal Producers Jaclyn Moore was recently triggered by Dave Chappelle’s new comedy special “The Closer”, which she argues included “transphobic comments.” She posted to Twitter that she would no longer work with Netflix following the 6th special by Dave Chappelle. It’s ironic that she only seems to object to the 6th special with the other 5 specials full of jokes of Dave Chappelle attacking white people. The comedian has built his career on white people jokes.
Now, Moore is speaking up about why she finds the streamer more at fault than the comedian behind the controversial routine.
“I want to be clear that Dave Chappelle should be free to say whatever he wants and I should be free to say whatever I would like about him. Not to let Chappelle off the hook, but my bigger issue is with Netflix. This isn’t a live special. It was filmed, finished and people watched it and nobody said, ‘Hey, are we sure this is good? Are we sure this is OK? Are we sure this isn’t dangerous? What are the consequences of putting this out?’” she said in a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter.
Dave Chappelle came out with a new special called “The Closer”, which has been attacked by the left and have them screaming cancel cancel cancel as always.
The outspoken comic who they loved when he was always making jokes about white people has decided to clear some things up and pushed the button on some trans jokes. The special his sixth and final special with Netflix came out on Tuesday and quickly went to the trending section.
Chappelle held nothing back as he attacked covid and the LGBT community. He even brought in the attack recently against Asians acknowledging it was black on Asian crime. He declares that he’s joining Rowling in “Team TERF!” (the acronym for a trans-exclusionary radical feminist), and conflated rapper DaBaby’s homophobic statements at a show over the summer with systemic racism.
Reps for Chappelle and Netflix have so far declined to comment officially on the negative buzz, but the comic did address the LGBTQ+ community directly in “The Closer,” saying he harbors no “hate” for them. He’s been attacking white people in his jokes for years and getting rich off it.
“The Closer” is definitely a must-watch as he holds nothing back with his jokes for his Final Netflix special.