September 14, 2017 | celebrity | Elliot Wolf | 0 Comments
Louis C.K. is showing the world why he’s one of the smarter comedians. Because when social justice goes on a sexual allegation witch hunt the loudest naysayers are the first to get burned at stake. Even if you’re innocent. In the 2017 edition of the American values rule book it strictly states feelings are of higher importance than freedom of speech and funny men. When you have a case of “the feels” just bring an actual court case of possible charges against the offender. The sexual allegations sprung from a falling out between female comedian Tig Notaro and C.K. I use the term female loosely because Tig looks like she’s either tucking something or toting ten inches of plastic penis. Maybe Louis needs to fire counter allegations against her for attempting to ruin his reputation. Nothing worse than sexual allegations from someone who look likes Micheal Jackson would be interesting in touching. Or a that a catholic priest would fancy.
Regarding C.K. and the rumors of sexual misconduct, which have not been substantiated, she said, “I think it’s important to take care of that, to handle that, because it’s serious to be assaulted. It’s serious to be harassed. It’s serious, it’s serious, it’s serious.”
In the Times interview, C.K. questioned why Notaro made her remarks about him.
“I don’t know why she said the things she’s said, I really don’t,” he said. “I don’t think talking about that stuff in the press and having conversations over press lanes is a good idea.”
Sexual allegations are nothing to play around with. And depending on your level celebrity it could either keep you relevant or ruin your career. It’s a good thing he’s able to focus on new projects like his film called “I Love You, Daddy.” It’s about a spoiled daughter wooed by an older filmmaker that may or may not be a pedophile. Yup. Definitely not based on Jennifer Lawrence’s relationship with Darren Aronofsky. All just allegations folks.
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