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by Brenda Alexander,

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Dave Chappelle and Boosie Badazz have each generated a lot of controversy of late for expressing their thoughts on the LGBQT+ community.

Chappelle has been under fire since the release of his latest Netflix stand up comedy special The Closer, largely in part due to what many perceive as transphobic comments from the comedian. Many have demanded Netflix remove the special altogether, which the streaming service refuses to do.The comedian refuses to back down, though he said he is willing to speak with Netflix employees who oppose his special but “under certain conditions.”
Chappelle said he’s “not bending to anybody’s demands,” while adding, “Do not blame the LGBQT community for any of this stuff. This has nothing to do with them. It’s about corporate interest and what I can say and what I cannot say.”

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