Dave Chappelle

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David Khari Webber "Dave" Chappelle (born August 24, 1973) is an American award-winning comedian and actor. Chapelle has been doing comedy since 1988, and has 11 stand-up specials. He married Elaine Mendoza Erfe in 2001, and they have two children. Chapelle is a Muslim, converting to Islam in 1991.

In the era of left-wing censorship, Chapelle is willing to mock political correctness, Social Justice Warriors, and transgenderism. Chappelle is often criticized, badmouthed, and smeared by liberals based on his unapologetic attitude towards the woke mob. Every time he mocks radical leftist insanity in one of his specials, outrage is sparked amongst liberals, who try time and time again to get him cancelled or deplatformed, but to no avail, as Chappelle only continues to prosper, likely even more due to the outrage.[1][2][3]

A great source of irony surrounding these recurring situations is that despite causing this outrage among the radical left, Chapelle is quite liberal himself. He has voiced support for same-sex "marriage", Andrew Yang's presidential campaign, the Black Lives Matter movement, and more, as well as attacking President Trump and his supporters, once calling them Ku Klux Klan members, and ridiculing opposition to mask mandates. Chapelle often engages in divisive and untrue rhetorics of systemic racism in American society, claiming that life as a black American is extremely oppressive and difficult; it is to note that Chapelle is said to have a net worth of around $50 million.

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