Don lemon Have responded to Dave Chappell’s latest surprise stand-up special. In a special, available for free on YouTube, Chappell took aim at Lemon’s thoughts on black celebrities and their voices during these troubled times. The CNN News anchor recently called on Chappell and other celebrities to come forward and publicly express support for the George Floyd and Black Lives Matter movement. Protests have been going on around the world for nearly three weeks as Floyd murdered a white police officer by stabbing him on his neck for about 9 minutes.
In Dave Chappelle’s special: ४६ special (the title mentions how long Derek Chauvin knelt on George Floyd’s neck), he aims to criticize Don Lemon. Dave chappell CNN was watching when Lemon called black celebrities to use his voice. Chappell recalls, “[Lemon] Says, ‘Where are all these celebrities? why are you not talking?’ The n —– said, ‘Everyone.’ I was shouting on TV, ‘I dared you to say, n —–, I dared you!’ Leman apparently named the comedian, which further angered him.
“Has anyone ever listened to me while doing comedy? Haven’t I ever said anything about these things before? So now suddenly this n —– I have to step in front of the streets and talk to these people at work Hope to do as a celebrity. Answer me: Do you want to see a celebrity right now? Do we think af *** *** what the rules are about celebrity? No, it’s speaking for itself on the streets, they don’t need me right now. I keep my mouth shut. And I’ll still keep my mouth shut. But I don’t think my silence is complicated … anyone Who wouldn’t even care what their favorite comedians think because they saw a police officer kneeling. On a man’s neck for 8 minutes and 46 seconds? “
Don Lemon woke up this morning to an avalanche of Dave Lepley’s new special text messages, emails, and phone calls. While a news anchor would be expected to get a little angry, he actually agrees with what the comedian had to say. “I really agree with Dave Chappell,” said Leman. “I think the youth who are on the streets don’t really care what we have to say in the” establishment “.”
Don Lemon continued and said, “Now, there is not a moment for Vinay,” adding that every person should do what they can from every stage. Lemon said, “Ironically, his special is called 8:46, He is talking about this issue, and I think it is very good. “Chappell used his platform and did what Lemon called him and others to do, but he just did it in his original way.
Don Lemon was not alone in being redeemed by Dave Chappell. In comparison, Candace Owens and Laura Ingraham were beyond roasted by comedians. He went to Owens and Ingram, though he still has yet to respond to criticism. When Layman was calling for unity, Owens and Ingrahm were doing the opposite, which is why they took most of the heat in the undeclared Netflix special. You can see Don Lemon’s response above, thanks to the CNN YouTube channel and 8:46 below.
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