During his opening monologue on the November 12 episode of “SNL,” Dave Chappelle criticized Kanye West’s current controversy in the only way he could.
Dave Chappelle, 49, immediately tended to Kanye West, while he facilitated Saturday Night Live for the 0.33 time on Nov. 12.Dave made a prepared statement in response to the 45-year-old rapper’s recent anti-semitic remarks, which led to the Chicago native being dropped from collaboration deals with Adidas, Yeezy, Balenciaga, and many more.I wanted to examine an organized statement:I reject antisemitism in all its manifestations and join my Jewish friends.And that, Kanye, is how you buy yourself some time,” he informed the audience.
After using the word “the Jews” in a sentence, he said that he had never heard anyone “
do suitable,” and he then went on to criticize the “Flashing Lights” rapper.For 35 years, I’ve been doing this.The and Jews are two expressions in the English language that you should never use.After saying that, no one does anything right,” he stated.
The comedian elaborated on Ye’s cutting-edge intellectual condition.He reasoned, “I don’t think Kanye is crazy; he might not be functioning properly.”That’s all I saw when I visited Hollywood.It has a lot of Jews.Like a lot.Even though Ferguson, Missouri is home to a lot of Black people, that does not mean they control the area.You could end up in Hollywood, start making connections, and adopt the myth that show business is run by Jews.He stated, “It’s not a crazy thing to think about, but it’s crazy to say out loud.”
Due to backlash over transphobic remarks he made in his 2021 Netflix special The Closer, which he did not address on the Nov. 12 episode, Dave hosting SNL this weekend sparked some controversy.On Wednesday, November 9, Page Six reported that a number of SNL writers were “boycotting” the show because of Dave.A source informed Page Six that the writers would not be performing the show.They said that the whole SNL cast, including Molly Kearney, the first non-binary cast member, were doing the show.
Page Six received reports of a boycott from Dave’s representative.There were now all writers in the room.They all presented ideas, and their enthusiasm was evident….The representative stated, “Dave is attempting to have some fun.