He might as well get ready for every activist group to be demanding an apology if they’re scrutinizing his comedy routine, because he offends everyone — sort of like Lisa Lampanelli, whose brand of comedy could be considered racist, homophobic, xenophobic and sexist, yet is loved worldwide. We have yet to see any activist groups calling for boycotts or retractions or apologies from Lampanelli. So we’re wondering if this is a case of Morgan being offensive and not funny– i.e., going too far — or the need to control what a black comedian gets to say, even under the category of comedy.
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