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Dave Chappelle did a “fake” “Saturday Night Live” monologue during the show’s dress rehearsal, sources said, and then switched his material for the live show.

A source told Page Six: “Dave does a fake monologue during the dress rehearsal, because he doesn’t want [‘SNL’ creator] Lorne Michaels, or anyone else, to know what his real monologue is.”

The source added that Chappelle made a joke during the dress rehearsal about a writer who refused to work with him this week on the show.

Lorne Michaels? You know what time it is.


Lorne Michaels was born on November 17, 1944, to Florence (née Becker) and Henry Abraham Lipowitz. His place of birth is disputed; multiple sources have said he was born in TorontoOntario, Canada,[12][13] while others state he was born on a kibbutz in the then British mandate of Palestine (now Israel)[1][2][3][4][5] and that his Jewish family immigrated to Toronto when he was an infant.[14]

Well that was unsurprising, especially after seeing his face.

Lorne Michaels

I got a lot of pushback when writing about Dave Chappelle’s monologue two days ago. I don’t deny that Dave Chappelle has done plenty of anti-White comedy in the past. I would have attacked him at the time, were I to have had a site. That’s also totally irrelevant, since I mostly just thought it was funny.

The second line of attack was that Chappelle did a tepid, (((approved))) performance that means nothing. As evidenced by the assblastery from the usual suspects this was not the case.

Chappelle’s focus on the topic didn’t stop there. He also touched on Nets star Kyrie Irving’s ban from the NBA team, after the basketball star posted links to an anti-Semitic movie. Chappelle also joked about tropes involving Jewish executives in Hollywood, Jewish holidays, and other related topics.

Jewish activist Rudy Rochman called the Chappelle monologue “a meticulous & calculated move to desensitize the population from anti-Semitism.” Time Out New York theater editor Adam Feldman argued, “That Dave Chappelle SNL monologue probably did more to normalize anti-Semitism than anything Kanye said.”

I don’t really get why people feel the need to countersignal these things so hard. No one is asking you to become a Chappelle fan. He got up on stage and made fun of jews. He didn’t go full 1488, but neither did he cower like all these other Membahs of Da Black Community. We don’t need to make it anything more or less than it is.

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  1. Takes balls – I admire that.

  2. I liked the whole “Kanye fucked up so bad that kyrie got in trouble” line but he should have said something like

    “Kanye fucked up so bad they whipped kyrie for it”.

  3. “If it’s blacks it’s a gang, if it’s Italians it’s a mob, but if it’s Jews it’s a coincidence and you should never talk about it” is a line that will go down in legend.

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