June 13, 2024

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Rob Schneider claims cancel culture is ‘over’ after comedy stand-up booed over offensive jokes

Rob Schneider claims cancel culture is ‘over’ after comedy stand-up booed over offensive jokes

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He feels optimistic.

Rob Schneider said he believes cancel culture is “over” despite being booed at his concert earlier this month.

The 60-year-old “Hot Chick” star was seen walking through the streets with a drink in his hand when the New York Post met him before leaving with friends.

Comedian Rob Schneider said he believes cancel culture is “over” despite his latest show showing otherwise. Published draft
The New York Post caught up with the actor as he was walking down the street before leaving with friends. Published draft

When asked what he thought about cancel culture, he told the photographer: “It’s over.”

Schneider also teased his potential appearance in some of his friend Adam Sandler’s upcoming sequel films, including “Happy Gilmore 2” and the possibility of a third installment in another Sandler franchise.

“There better be,” he said when asked if there could be a “Grown Ups 3” movie in the works, adding that he would be interested in acting.

Schneider also talked about the possibility of producing a “Grown Ups 3” movie. Instagram
“It better be there,” he said when asked about the possibility of a third part. Getty Images

On June 1, Schneider performed at a hospital fundraiser in Canada, but guests weren’t exactly happy with his alleged “transphobic, misogynistic, anti-vaccine” jokes.

“Everyone in the room was groaning, ‘What’s going on?’ “Like, they whisper to themselves,” guest Tynan Allan told CBC earlier this week. “There’s not a single laugh sometimes.”

“It was very clear how uncomfortable everyone felt and how unacceptable the things he was talking about were,” Alan continued.

Schneider performed a comedy show last week during a fundraiser at a hospital in Canada, where he was booed for making “transphobic, misogynistic, and anti-vaccine” jokes. Rob Schneider/Instagram
The hospital later issued a statement condemning the actor’s jokes. Getty Images

The hospital later issued a statement condemning Schneider’s jokes.

“Although we recognize that in a free and democratic society, individuals have the right to express their views and opinions and that comedy is intended to be provocative, the content, attitudes and opinions expressed during Mr. Schneider’s set are not consistent with the values ​​of our Foundation Hospitals,” the Hospitals Foundation said. Regina.

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“We do not condone, accept, support or share Mr. Schneider’s positions, as expressed during his comedy set, and acknowledge that the performance in this case did not meet the expectations of our audience and team.”




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