Dave Chappelle: The most offensive thing about his Netflix comedy special was it wasn’t funny

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‘The most offensive thing was it wasn’t funny.’

‘It was actually very empathetic towards transgender people.’

Comedians Preet Singh and Leo Kearse discuss the ongoing controversy surrounding Dave Chappelle’s Netflix special.

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