There’s a major blue-check meltdown in progress as previously canceled comedians — Dave Chappelle, Kevin Hart and Louis CK — all earned Grammy nominations this year:
only one grammy nom each for dave chappelle, kevin hart, and louis CK!! cancel culture strikes again!!
— David Mack (@davidmackau) November 23, 2021
Louis CK is hitting them pretty hard:
In the Academy's most stunning decision, Louis CK, who admitted to sexual misconduct with multiple women, earned a Best Comedy Album nom.
— Rolling Stone (@RollingStone) November 23, 2021
Louis CK can shove his Grammy nomination up Mel Gibson's ass.
Yay, Cancel Culture!
— (((Joshua Malina))) (@JoshMalina) November 23, 2021
Louis CK, Kevin Hart, and Dave Chappelle were all nominated for Grammys?
If this is "cancel culture," may every woman comedian I know be cancelled instead of simply underpaid and unrecognized. 😒
— Adrienne Lawrence, Esq. (@AdrienneLaw) November 23, 2021
But the reputation of the Gram-…
Oh, right. Sorry. https://t.co/IhtF4NhC4y
— Keith Olbermann (@KeithOlbermann) November 23, 2021
Cancel culture isn't a thing for the rich and powerful, example number-4,505,381: Louis CK somehow nominated for Best Comedy Album at the #Grammys pic.twitter.com/RF0M1zqAD0
— Daniel Montgomery (@dan_something) November 23, 2021
Chappelle, however, was nominated in the same category as former President Barack Obama and not as a comedian, which means he could defeat Obama for the award:
Obama, Dave Chappelle nominated in same Grammy category https://t.co/GpE94KTcBy pic.twitter.com/ueoAyfUqrX
— The Hill (@thehill) November 23, 2021
Make it happen, voters!
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