Dave Chappelle, Eddie Murphy And Other Comedians Blast 'Cancel' Culture

Dave Chappelle, Eddie Murphy And Other Comedians Blast 'Cancel' Culture
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Comedy legends Eddie Murphy and Dave Chappelle, along with other comedians, have come out swinging against leftist Hollywood 'cancel' culture in recent weeks. As Fox News reports:

Comedians, as a breed, aren't well known for holding back. Now, many are sounding off, in blunt terms, about so-called "cancel culture."...

"Political correctness has its place,” Chappelle, 46, told The Hill just before accepting the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor on Sunday. “We all want to live in a polite society; we just kind of have to work on the levels of coming to an agreement of what that actually looks like.”...

"Don't get mad at 'em, don't hate on 'em," he said, according to USA Today. "Man, it's not that serious. The First Amendment is first for a reason. Second Amendment is just in case the first one doesn't work out."...

"I think the art form is soaring higher than it's ever soared," Murphy, 58, said to Yahoo Entertainment. "Every now and then somebody might say something that ruffles somebody's feathers or steps on somebody's toes or whatever, but for the most part, it's bigger and more global and more diverse than it's ever been."

Other comedians including Rob Schnieder and Jamie Masada also expressed their disdain for the far-left's attempt to crack down on comedian's first amendment.
 Source: American Update

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