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Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Dave Chappelle Talks About Discrimination on the Oprah Show





Dave Chappelle, stand up comedian and actor expressed his thoughts on the discrimination of black people in the entertainment industry on the Oprah Show. This episode of The Oprah Show was first aired on 02/03/2006. Dave was asked to appear on the show to talk about why he had given up his $50 million dollar TV series, and how he plans to move to Africa. Many people had been asking these questions and wanted to know answers.

Dave starts his interview saying “I mean, i am a conspiracy theorist to a degree”, “Things like when i see that they put every black man in the movies in a dress”. Dave later talks about his experience with this. He says he was doing a movie with Martin Lawrence Junior, and when he walked into his dressing room there was a dress.

The writers then come into his dressing room and tell Dave that they have this hilarious skit where martin sneaks out of jail and disguises him as a prostitute. Dave refuses to wear the dress and is then confronted by the director saying he does not feel comfortable wearing a dress. He was then finally confronted by the producer, and he still refused to wear the dress.

They then gave up the issue and with in minutes had returned with a new scene to replace the prostitute sketch. Dave had to say “hot damn how did you write the scene so fast?”, meaning that they must have had a back up scene in-case he had declined to wear the dress.

After some brief background research you come to see that what Dave Chappelle was talking about is true. That at some point in most black comedian or actors careers they have been filmed wearing a dress. I pose the question that why would the entertainment industry want to emasculate all these black men? My answer would be that the people that run the entertainment industry are racist pigs...

For the video follow this link. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qb1WUVAtseU

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