Dave Chappelle focused on anti-Semitism and Kanye during SNL | New

Following the 2022 midterm elections, Dave Chappelle returned to the Saturday Night Live stage to host for the third time.

During his opening monologue, Chappelle said, “I denounce anti-Semitism in all its forms. I stand in solidarity with my friends in the Jewish community. And that… Kanye…that’s how you save time.

Keeping his focus on the Jewish community and Kanye, Chappelle then said that Adidas let Kanye down pretty quickly after his REVOLT comments. Drink champions podcast, where he said, “I can say anti-Semitic things and Adidas won’t let me go.”

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“Ironically, Adidas was founded by Nazis, and even they were offended. I guess the students overtook the teachers.

The 49-year-old comedian later said, “I don’t think Kanye is crazy at all. I think he may not be well.

Diving into the 2022 midterm elections, Chappelle said the “most disturbing sign” of this election being so important to humanity is Herschel walker“which I don’t want to say anything bad about because he’s black. But I have to admit he’s obviously stupid.

Later in the show, a barbershop skit featuring Chappelle and Kenan Thompson, talked more about Kanye.

In the week leading up to Chappelle’s SNL hosting duties, backlash arose, due to his remarks involving the LGBTQ+ community, particularly the transgender community.

James T. Quintero