Andrew Schulz Mocks Hasan Minhaj’s ‘Emo­tion­al’ True Lies

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One of the cra­zier aspects of mod­ern cul­ture is the pres­sure placed on today’s come­di­ans.
Tell the “wrong” joke or poke fun at the “wrong” tar­get and you bet­ter apol­o­gize, and fast.
Just ask Dave Chap­pelle, who endured a siz­able attack on his career for telling trans jokes. He near­ly lost his Net­flix spe­cial, “The Clos­er,” watched dis­trib­u­tors flee his unnamed doc­u­men­tary and got can­celed by a leg­endary Min­neapo­lis club.
Oh, and an audi­ence mem­ber attacked him on stage.

The man accused of attack­ing come­di­an Dave Chap­pelle on stage at the Hol­ly­wood Bowl while car­ry­ing a repli­ca gun that con­tained a switch­blade plead­ed not guilty today to four mis­de­meanor counts
— Dead­line Hol­ly­wood (@DEADLINE) May 6, 2022

Come­di­ans deserve the cre­ative space to say what they want in pur­suit of a laugh. That isn’t Hasan M …