50 Cent Unloads on Chappelle Attacker's Weak Punishment, Asks 'Is LGBTQ Gonna Kill Dave in Front of Us?'
Rapper 50 Cent (aka Curtis Jackson) took to Instagram to blast the weak charges currently filed against Isaiah Lee. Lee is the man who leapt on stage at a Dave Chappelle concert and attacked the comedian while armed with a deadly weapon. Like Jackson, Lee is a rapper. Unlike Jackson, Lee's rhymes are weak.
50 Cent shared the same Hollywood Reporter headline as Joe Rogan did about the DA's office not charging Lee with a felony. The headline has since been edited now that the city attorney's office is charging Lee with "unauthorized access to the stage area during a performance" and "commission of an act that delays an event or interferes with a performer."
In 50's Instagram post, the rapper pointed out how the assailant had a gun and a knife, yet won't be charged with a felony. He also asked, "is the LGBTQ gonna kill Dave right in front of us?"
That's in reference to fans thinking the attack was over the comedian's ongoing feud with activists. There was a lot of outrage and controversy over Chappelle appearing at the Netflix festival, stemming from his last special that critics deemed "transphobic." Chappelle even joked it was a "trans man" who attacked him. It is unclear what Lee's motives were at this time.
In October of 2020, the rapper endorsed Donald Trump once Joe Biden's tax plans became clear. He was criticized by a white liberal actress over it, who said "I had to remind him that he was a black person."
Jackson's song "Ayo Technology" with Justin Timberlake still holds up fifteen years later. That has nothing to do with this blog post. But I've been going through old playlists and felt it needed to be said.
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