Siga Monroe rushing to protect the fellow comedian Dave Chappelle following the fury of his special comedy on Netflix, The Closer.
Flame – a Black trans comic – told TMZ that he’s not in favor of taking the new Netflix special out of the air – because in the world of comedy, there are no limits.
Dave’s cracking comedy in the LGBTQ + community is fair game, like Flame, and should NOT be censored in the slightest.
“That’s why as a comedian I believe I don’t want to be censored,” Flame told TMZ.
“I think there are no limits and I think the social situation today and morality started back with Norman Learn, who had a finger on his wrist many years ago.”
Flame went on to explain that Lear was at risk with his television programs, such as Good Weather and The Jeffersons, which talks about social issues such as racism and intolerance.
“The world has become overly censored,” Flame said.
“As a comedian, I don’t want to be censored. As a trans woman, I want equality. And as a Black man, I want fair treatment in this country that we’re trying to get 400 year. “
Comedian Damon Wayans praised Chappelle for the release of the slave comedians concerned about the cancellation.
The flame continued to praise Chappelle for being “good,” while also saying that he believed Chappelle brought people together in the most necessary way – to create an open dialogue.
Flame said, “I never thought the special should take over Netflix … There’s no subject that should be unlimited.”