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Dave Chappelle on Secret Societies and Homosexuality

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Published on Mar 17, 2010

Chappelle speaking on mentioned topics, the abuse of African-American actors in the film and comedy industry on the Oprah show and commenting on the tazer incident at Florida University, very interesting topics.

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Bob
This is why Dave is one of the greats, he may have done some crazy skits, but he never dressed in drag. Dave can walk away from $50 million dollars, because he never lost his integrity.
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Mumbo Jumbo De Runter
Homosexuality supports the world in 3 ways. It "can" reduce overpopulation, it creates a whole new variety of diseases and for satanists its a perfect way to mock religion. Its kind of ironic that your children in school are being taught thats its alright to be gay but do not teach children of the consequences. The same thing happens when sexuality is supported almost all around us but childbirth is not a main factor. No wonder soo many children grow up without their biological parents in the same household. (Eddie Murphy has 9 children from 5 different mothers. He's one of my favourite actors but an incredible f*ckup in real life) Remember that governments, elites or the media can steer people in any kind of direction and your own opinions are based their projections. It happened with racism in the 60ties. When the first black girl was going to a college there were almost 300 white children taken out of school by their parents. It really makes no difference if you are a racist, anti racists, a feminist, for or against homosexuality... Your opinion is influenced either by television... or by society... who also got their crap from television.
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Jose lizardi
Its sickening to see how evil hollywood is.
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Reggie Noble
I think it's more of the irony of a tough black dude wearing a dress.
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CharlesVariations
you see that look on Oprah's face once he mentions the dress? it's as if she knows a thing or two about what Dave's referring to, as in the deeper meaning of it. whereas the audience just laughs, unbeknownst as to what Dave is actually talking about. it's scary stuff. good for Dave for not letting himself be owned.
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Brando Williams
It's never funny when a guy wears a dress. I have no idea why a film producer would ever think it would help actually having a guy dressed in a skirt.
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King 27
The dress thing is specifically tailored for black actors. It's like a right of passage for black actors. "Get in this dress and you'll be the next big thing" it's a way of Hollywood breaking black men, and a lot of black actors know their opportunities are limited so they do it for the money. It's also a way for Hollywood to ensure that you're not a threat, and by threat I mean they know you won't speak up on injustices and racism like Paul Robeson and others did back in the day. Wesley Snipes, Martin, Kevin Hart, Jamie Foxx, The Rock, all been in dresses. All of this gay stuff is being pushed in the black community and its not by accident, wake up.
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MrSniperscope
3:46 She looks so scared that he'll expose hollywood
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Louisea
Dave Chappelle is a smart man. I applaud him from backing away from 'Hollyweird'.
Miss LQ
Dave Chappelle is a real man. He's standing up for himself. If the man doesn't want to wear a dress, he doesn't have to. Nobody wants to tell/admit the truth of what's going on in the fame world. Although I hate not getting to watch dave, I think he made the right decision.
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