Dave Chappelle is, to many, the comedy GOAT – greatest of all time.
He’s arguably the most influential comic of our age
from his iconic “Chappelle’s Show”
series to stand-up routines that made him an icon to both fans and his fellow comics.
And, to some writers at “Saturday Night Live,” he’s so problematic they allegedly won’t write any jokes for him.
Page Six reports that some “SNL” scribes are protesting Chappelle’s Nov.
12 hosting appearance on the long-running show.
Chappelle’s 2021 Netflix special, “The Closer,” featured jokes that some consider transphobic
The hour-plus routine ends with Chappelle paying tribute to a trans comic he got to
to know in her final months, but that heartfelt finale didn’t assuage those outraged by previous punch lines.
That didn’t stop the attacks on the beloved comic.