said in a statement. “Anyone in the comedy community knows these names and knows their time to shine is long overdue. I am proud to be a part of this moment.”Many sarcastic jokes and observations to be made about how Netflix is still on Chappelle's home team.Details on the last two specials have yet to be announced, but each special boasts a comedian who has three decades under their belt.In response, GLAAD wrote that the comic's brand has "become synonymous with ridiculing trans people and other marginalized communities.
Negative reviews and viewers loudly condemning his latest special is a message to the industry that audiences don't support platforming anti-LGBTQ diatribes.
We agree." The executive director for the National Black Justice Coalition also called for the special to be removed, writing, "It is deeply disappointing that Netflix allowed Dave Chappelle’s lazy and hostile transphobia and homophobia to air on its platform.