“This guy knelt on a man’s neck for 8 minutes 46 seconds. Can you imagine that ?!” “This kid thought he was going to die, he knew he was going to die. He called his dead mother,” Chappell said during his standup.
Chappell noted that the comedian’s birth date was “8:46” long enough
Right in front of the bat, Chappell admits that the socially distant performance given by the June film at the Yellow Springs in Ohio is “weird and less than ideal for a show.”
From Floyd’s death to everything in the media he gets raw about that is heavier in observation than in humor.
“What do you indicate that you can walk on a man’s neck for 8 minutes and 46 seconds and feel that you will not get the wrath of God?” Chapel Dr. “It’s happening right now. It’s not for a single cop, it’s for everyone.”
He dropped CNN’s Don Lemon, who accused the celebrities of “sitting on your stage and doing nothing.”
“Does it matter anything about celebrities? No,” Chappell said. “These roads speak for themselves. They don’t need me right now.”
The comic also had harsh words for conservative commentator Candace Owens and Fox TV host Laura Ingraham.