Wil Wheaton Loses It Over Dave Chappelle Being at Netflix Comedy Festival, Calls Him 'Despicable Bigot'
Washed-up actors should fade into obscurity instead of grasping at whatever they can to remain relevant. Wil Wheaton briefly had a moment back in the limelight with “Big Bang Theory,” where he played himself, but that’s over. Now, he’s trying to get scrappy with the GOAT, Dave Chappelle.
Comparing levels of fame, I don’t think you could come up with a more uneven pairing. One can assume part of this online tirade is just hoping some of Dave’s fame will encompass Wil for a brief moment… And I guess it’s worked.
Chappelle is hosting a comedy festival and Wil Wheaton is having a meltdownpic.twitter.com/SOpNPqaKK4— YOUTUBE.COM / VITO (@YOUTUBE.COM / VITO) 1639001343
“Every single comedian who is on this bill should withdraw unless and until this despicable bigot is uninvited.”
Of course, this talentless hack has his panties in a wad because of Chappelle’s alleged (read: nonexistent) transphobic attitudes. It’s obvious Wheaton didn’t bother to watch the special or keep abreast of Chappelle’s comments after the special. He’s jumping on the outrage bus to score some points, maybe get himself in good to score a bit role in some other show.
But people weren’t having his bullsh*t, and they let him know it. This only proved to make him even more upset, as leftist pansies are apt to get.
“This post has become a trash fire of hateful garbage comments from hateful garbage people who are doing cruel drive by trolling. So I’ve restricted comments to friends only.”
Aww, poor Wil. If comments are considered “drive-by trolling,” I wonder what a Louder with Crowder Dot Com post qualifies as? Blitzkrieg? Perhaps that might go a little too far, especially with Germany reverting back to their Hitlerian proclivities.
“My god the ignorant white privilege from so many cishet men here is just sickening. You’re not the main character, my dudes.”
Yeah, neither are you, Wheaton.
Wheaton just seems big mad because he’ll always play second fiddle (at best) to someone with actual talent. And I get it. That can be frustrating. But I don’t think the way to fix one’s own shortcomings is to lash out at people who are better. And Dave Chappelle is inarguably better.
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