Comedian Louis C.K. This morning, after a recorded performance has been leaked, the new backlash game is noticeable. He shows how he taunts parkland school survivors and jokes about gender identity. The 51-year-old comic slowly returns to the scene after five women
The audio file was allegedly recorded in stand-up mode two weeks ago at the Governor's Comedy Club in New York, Long Island, according to correspondent Jamie Yuccas.
Louis C.K., who built a career of shock humor and narrated rough and often dark jokes, began by saying that one day after allegations of sexual misconduct, he lost $ 35 million. He then told several controversial jokes in a room with roaring laughter.
The recent leak of his recent stand-up show has outraged some on social media.
"I've loved New York for 20 years, now I'd rather be in Auschwitz, honestly I would do that."
During the sentence of December 16, C.K. makes fun of gender identity and non-binary people.
"They tell you what to call them:" They should address me as they do because I call myself gender-neutral. "Oh, okay, okay." You should address me as there because I identify myself as a location and your mother's place. "
CK Then he seemed to be the victims of the shootout at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Seventeen people died in this attack, and some of the survivors have become vocal supporters of stricter gun control.
"You are not interesting because you attended a high school where children were shot. Why does that mean that I have to listen to you? How does that make you interesting? They were not shot "a fat child got in the way!"
Last year, CK was added to the list of celebrities accused of sexual misconduct in the "Me Too" outrage. Five women charged him, including masturbating in front of them and repeatedly asking a woman to watch. C. K. admitted the allegations were true and apologized.
At that time, he said he would step back and take a long time to listen. Less than a year later.
The audio of the latest C.K. retired quickly.
A Parkland alum tweeted: "Seventeen people died at my high school, my friend's brother watched his friends die before him. [Expletive] You Louis."
Another Twitter user wrote, "I'm so embarrassed that I thought he was funny, that's not even a duplication, he just got a monster full."
During his stand-up set, he said he did not care if his jokes were too crude because his life was over.
C.K. did not immediately respond to the request of "CBS This Morning" for comment.
It is unclear who picked up the sound and leaked it.
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