Dave Chappell Recent jokes for Netflix have caused a lot of reactions, especially to jokes about LGBTQ people, especially transgender people. An unexpected turn, the reaction is now drawing its own response.
Jacqueline Moore – A trans woman and the main creator of another Netflix series, Dear white people – Chapel made waves on Twitter the day after his exclusion from the special chapel platform, announcing that he would boycott the platform in protest of Netflix’s support for the chapel. But Moore almost immediately gives birth to resentment when people discover that he is white.
“Tap a microphone. After the chapel special, I can’t do it anymore. I won’t work for that Netflix unless they promote and benefit from dangerous transphobic content,” Moore posted on Instagram with his screenshot of Anti-Trans. Tweet to Chapel and Netflix for:
While many have celebrated Moore’s decision to take a stand, others have pointed to the embarrassment of a white man performing a black show and then protesting a black comedian:
Dear White People’s Shoroon White (a show that seeks to change + the necessary changes and struggles that black people have in a society that is white and dominated by them) and wants to dismiss Dave Chappell? The front door is closed! pic.twitter.com/zQdPz9pGbx
– Enthusiastic of thong songs. (LA The Pleinstein) October 8, 2021
So, has Netflix canceled “Dear White Man” and dropped Netflix because of creator Dave Chappell? pic.twitter.com/dz7yL745Bj
– lib and smoke (ibLibSmoke) October 8, 2021
I’m so glad that the trans woman who is behind “Dear White People” tried to give a definite signal against Dave Chappell and now people are finding this guy white. Talk about backfiring. Ha ha ha
– Adam Goldman (k 18kGoldman) October 8, 2021
Dave Chappell is ass and transphobic * and * it’s frustrating but not disappointing that ‘Favorite White Man’ has a white showcase * and * Black Life has a white show runner / mostly white writing room on many of your favorite shows
– Gloria Oladipo (Gawladipo) October 8, 2021
Dear White People wrote a white man. I’m just lost. Dave Chappell was talking about the racism of white LGBTQ people. Netflix don’t snatch it. pic.twitter.com/4CdlwRFi9w
– Gavin M (@ Gavin M20757503) October 8, 2021
This favorite white man vs. Dave Chapel publication is sending me. pic.twitter.com/KCK5nUgzel
– Torch Brown (@let_josh_tellit) October 8, 2021
Dear white man who has kept a white woman as a show-runner was not supposed to happen and demands legitimate criticism.
The desire to boycott Dave Chappell for his continued transphobic / homophobic jokes is also valid and he deserves criticism.
Two things can be true at once.
– Take him, Z! (atingkeatingssixth) October 8, 2021
Moore reiterated his role in the series by retweeting in response to the outrage of a white creation led by the beloved White People. He wrote, “I was hired by Justin Simeone to write for the first White People a season ago.
Netflix canceled Dear white people A year ago, it announced that its fifth season would be over. Five seasons of the series premiered on September 22nd.