Barbershop Short: The Attempted Canceling of Dave Chappelle

White people are trying to cancel Dave Chappelle. They are doing so under the banner of gender identity, but it’s just White people being their usual selves.

Kyrie Irving is also being persecuted in the media. I don’t agree with his personal decision, but I respect it because it is HIS personal decision! It’s refreshing to see a Black athlete stand up to these White would-be slave owners. This and more on this episode of The Barbershop!

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The Attempted Canceling of Dave Chappelle

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One thought on “Barbershop Short: The Attempted Canceling of Dave Chappelle”

  1. Good show. That’s very true now a days. What is the interests in these other so called “communities” to desire to be OPPRESSED then say we are being put down like the black community. KNOW YOUR NOT. you are not a victim. Dont want to be a victim, put some damn pants on and take the dress off. Your not a women. It’s very refreshing to see Chappelle and Irving stand their ground against these white massass. Dave Chappelle said in a statement trans community came out and supported him. You only got like 20 nutjob paid protesters to foment Chappelle. He said it’s the corporate establishment that has a interest in taking him down. Will he be the next Cosby? A powerful black comedian that has the people behind him but the corporate establishment want him CANCELLED? That might be the case. Mainstream outlets are already cancelling his documentary coming out and stand up shows which will make them money. Are they seriously going to risk losing money? Are these crackas trying to really take him down. AGAIN.

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