‘That was a trans man’

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‘That was a trans man’

The deal with was apparently not the one low cost shot that night time.

Comic Dave Chapelle has discovered himself in scorching water with LGBTQ+ critics but once more after joking that it was a “trans man” who attacked him on stage throughout the now-viral assault Wednesday.

The 48-year-old “Chappelle’s Present” creator had been performing on the “Netflix is a Joke” competition in Los Angeles’ Hollywood Bowl, when an unnamed spectator bum-rushed the stage and tackled the comic to the bottom, as seen in shocking footage. The assailant —  Isaiah Lee, 23, of Los Angeles — was subsequently faraway from the venue by safety, whereupon he was arrested by the LAPD and brought to an area hospital for minor accidents. It was later revealed that Lee has been booked for felony assault with a lethal weapon.

Officer Lizeth Lomeli, a spokesperson for the LAPD, confirmed to The Submit that the suspect was arrested for assault with a lethal weapon and the suspect, whose identify is not going to be launched till he’s discharged from the native hospital, was carrying a duplicate handgun that had a blade inside.

Nevertheless, following the kerfuffle, a video emerged of Chappelle leaning into the microphone and quipping “that was a trans man.” He was presumably referencing his ongoing feud with the LGBTQ neighborhood over a sequence of remarks and jokes that many deemed transphobic.

Comedian Dave Chapelle sparked outrage online after joking that it was a "trans man" who attacked him on stage at the Hollywood Bowl.
Comic Dave Chapelle sparked outrage on-line after joking that it was a “trans man” who attacked him on stage on the Hollywood Bowl.
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Dave Chappelle's assailant getting detained.
Dave Chappelle’s assailant getting detained.

Whereas the road garnered guffaws from the viewers, it didn’t sit effectively with some on-line critics, who accused the funnyman of taking an affordable shot.

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“All these individuals pass over the very fact Dave Chappelle joked that it was a ‘trans man’ that ran on stage to beat him after we don’t know who it was,” fumed one incensed commenter on Twitter. “All we all know is that issues are about to worsen on this nation and have been getting worse for trans individuals and Dave encourages it.”

Another wrote, “Dave Chappelle will get attacked on stage and the very first thing he do is point out trans individuals. That man is obsessed.”

“Dave Chappelle targets trans individuals with punch-down jokes,” wrote one detractor. “An unidentified man tackles Chappelle. Whereas the gang celebrates the beat down of his attacker by safety guards, Chappelle turns the communal celebration of violence to focus not on free speech however trans id.”

One LGBTQ defender commented, “Dave Chappelle acquired attacked on stage final night time and determined that was the right alternative to make a trans joke. What an absolute rubbish human being.”

Nevertheless, many commenters rallied round Chappelle with some defenders accusing the LGBTQ neighborhood of taking his joke extra severely than the assault.

“DAVE CHAPPELLE WAS ATTACKED,” wrote one fired-up Chappelle supporter. “It’s NOT ABOUT TRANS PEOPLE! Give it a relaxation. Do you even f–kin hear your self? This man tackled him with a knife AND a gun however you’re anxious a few unhealthy joke? I see…”

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“Go determine Dave Chappelle will get attacked on stage and the LGBTQ+ neighborhood makes all of it about them,” lamented another. “The person tells joke. Folks giggle after which return to the doom n gloom ppl such as you hold shoving down our collective throats like we’ve to care on your emotions. No we don’t.”

“I don’t wanna hear any ‘Dave Chappelle is anti-trans’ nonsense. Tonight he helped transition a person to a pretzel,” quipped one Twitter wit in reference to a graphic video of the assailant sporting a mangled elbow following his run-in with security.

The assailant is whisked away on a stretcher after the attack.
The assailant is whisked away on a stretcher after the assault.

This isn’t the primary time Chappelle has been in scorching water with the trans neighborhood of late. In October, LGBTQ advocates implored Netflix to take away the “Half Baked” star’s newest particular, “The Nearer,” from their catalog as a result of it featured incendiary jokes about transgender girls.

Chappelle, 48, was particularly accused of defending what many perceived to be problematic feedback by rapper DaBaby and “Harry Potter” creator J.Ok. Rowling, in addition to deflecting criticism he confronted for cracking smart concerning the trans neighborhood in earlier specials “Equanimity” and “Sticks & Stones.”

In “The Nearer,” Chappelle declares that he’s becoming a member of Rowling in “Crew TERF!” (the acronym for trans-exclusionary radical feminist), and conflated rapper DaBaby’s homophobic statements at a present over the summer time with systemic racism. As of but, the particular continues to be out there on Netflix.

Dave Chappelle attends the Opening Night Party presented by NETFLIX IS A JOKE at W Hollywood on April 28, 2022 in Hollywood, California.
Dave Chappelle attends the Opening Night time Celebration introduced by NETFLIX IS A JOKE at W Hollywood on April 28, 2022 in Hollywood, California.
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Regardless of the inflammatory remarks, comedian claimed within the particular that he harbors no “hate” for the LGBTQ neighborhood.

“Oh, I’m jealous. I’m not the one black person who feels this fashion. We take a look at the homosexual neighborhood, we go, ‘Goddamn it — take a look at how effectively that motion goes! Have a look at how effectively you might be doing.’” the comic stated. “And we’ve been trapped on this predicament for lots of of years. How the f–ok are you making that form of progress?”

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Image taken just before comedian Dave Chappelle was attacked on stage during stand-up Netflix show at the Hollywood Bowl, in Los Angeles, U.S., May 3, 2022.
Picture taken simply earlier than comic Dave Chappelle was attacked on stage throughout stand-up Netflix present on the Hollywood Bowl, in Los Angeles, U.S., Might 3, 2022.
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LGBTQ activists protest Netflix's decision to release Dave Chappelle's latest Netflix special, "The Closer" which contains a litany of perceived transphobic material.
LGBTQ activists protest Netflix’s determination to launch Dave Chappelle’s newest Netflix particular, “The Nearer” which incorporates a litany of perceived transphobic materials.
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