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“I don’t know if he’ll make a good president, but he makes a swell hotel suite,” he said.“Ladies and gentleman, man the fuck up or you’re not going to make it through this show,” Dave Chappelle says early on in the first of his two new Netflix specials, responding to some wincing in the crowd over an O. On gay rights: "Y’all always have some kind of gay political argument; the last one was about a petition in federal court to take the words ‘husband’ and ‘wife’ out of the law, and I said "Why would you want those words out the law? If the police shot half as many transgenders as they did n****s last year there’d be a fucking war in L. I know black dudes in Brooklyn, hard, street motherfuckers, who wear high heels just to feel safe." The controversy is only the latest in a continuing debate about what can and can't be joked about. It’s fitting that it’s a gendered warning, as his set at The Hollywood Palladium does go on to make some pretty controversial jokes about identity. ” [audience laugh] “N***a you’ll see, I’ve got "I was shocked. Wait a minute, is this a time in American history when an American can make a decision for themselves, and even though other Americans don’t understand it they’ll support it, and let this person live a happy life? "Although Dave Chappelle the black American, he was a little jealous, I was like “How the fuck are transgender people beating black people in the discrimination Olympics?It's been a while for a comedy show to come along and have such an impact on 'all of us'. episode, we haven’t heard much from the funny guy, but tonight, he’s stepping back into the picture by taking on the first SNL hosting gig since Donald Trump was elected president.