‘Good Times’ actor Jimmie Walker says cancel culture will be ‘really rough’ on comedy in coming years

The actor also weighed in on Dave Chappelle’s latest Netflix controversy     EXCLUSIVE: “Good Times” actor Jimmie Walker believes cancel culture is certainly having an impact on the comedy industry. The 74-year-old actor and comedian spoke about today’s increasingly sensitive climate and just what it means for comedians performing standup who are now left wondering if one wrong joke could ruin their careers. “I think that comedy is going to be really rough for the next few years,” Walker said. He also shared whether or not he thinks comedy icon Dave Chappelle will suffer following the…

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DAVE CHAPPELLE MOCKS CANCEL CULTURE AMID CONTROVERSY … Celebs Cheer at Hollywood Bowl

“If this is what being canceled is like, I love it.” That’s how Dave Chappelle greeted the audience Thursday night at the star-studded screening of his new documentary at L.A.’s Hollywood Bowl … after receiving a standing ovation despite the swirling controversy over his new Netflix special, “The Closer.” Dave also railed on Twitter, the media and “all these stupid-ass networks” to the celeb-packed crowd that included Brad Pitt, Tiffany Haddish, Donnell Rawlings and more … saying, “I’m not talking to them. I’m talking to you. This is real life.” Along with Chappelle dismissing cancel culture…

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