Roommates, it’s been over a week and social media, along with a variety of celebrities, are still talking about Dave Chappelle’s latest stand-up comedy on Netflix-and now Safaree decided to evaluate his thoughts. Going to Twitter, Safaree not only defended Dave Chappelle, he also questioned why mainstream media outlets like CNN covered it to begin with.
Safaree got it straight to the point why he believes Dave Chappelle just did his job as a comedian, writes:
“A comedian’s job is to be ridiculous and disrespectful, why would the ppl be surprised and shocked to say what they said? Especially Dave chaepelle. He’s DAVEOUTELEL DON’T you remember what he used to do with his show? I can’t believe they were on CNN about him. ”
As previously reported, Netflix is firmly standing behind Dave Chappelle despite calls for his special, “The Closer” to be available from the streaming service. In a recent company-wide memo, Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarados explained why the company supports Chappelle’s freedom of speech.
“I wanted to follow up on ‘The Closer’ – Dave Chappelle’s latest special – because a lot of you have come to follow QBR asking what your teams have to say. It’s not good that felt when people are hurt, especially our colleagues, so I want to give you more context.You should also be aware that some talent may involve third parties in asking us to remove show in the coming days, which we won’t do, ”the memo read.
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