Over England Soccer Racism, a Comedian who has criticized Prince Harry has had his show canceled.
The presentations of a Prince Harry lookalike who linked Meghan Markle to gun violence were stopped due to hatred directed at three black England soccer players.
After England lost the European Championship final to Italy in a penalty shootout on Sunday at Wembley Stadium in London, British Andrew Lawrence tweeted that “black folks are poor at penalties.”
The comedian’s agency stated that he is no longer represented by them, and venues, where he had scheduled appearances, said they had been canceled.
Lawrence regularly uploads YouTube videos ridiculing Meghan Markle while mimicking Prince Harry.
“Obviously it will take my wife a little longer to recover from the labor, but I’m sure very soon she will be back to chasing me around the house with her Glock 19 saying ‘I own you, you ginger p****,’” he wrote in one about the birth of their second child Lilibet Mountbatten-Windsor.
“There will be a lot more sleepless nights ahead, particularly for me. Every time the baby starts wailing, the wife has a cattle prod at the side of the bed to wake me up.”
His statements regarding three England players, Marcus Rashford, Bukayo Saka, and Jadon Sancho, were the reason for his cancellation.
England’s hopes of winning an international event for the first time in 55 years were dashed when the trio all missed penalties.
Many people in the country and the media rallied behind them, but they were subjected to racist abuse on social media by some enraged England fans.
A biased (sexist/racist…) joke is one in which a bigoted point is expressed in a humorous way.
A joke about prejudice is predicated on the idea that bigotry is wrong.
For example, Andrew Lawrence claims white supremacy by using a football match in which a black player scores all of our goals in the first 3.5 games.
“All I’m saying is, the white folks won,” Lawrence tweeted yesterday.
“Equality, diversity, and s*** penalties,” he added.
“I can understand that this has offended a lot of people, and I’m sorry that black guys are poor at penalties,” he tweeted after the criticism to his comments.
“Following comedian Andrew Lawrence’s racist comments on Twitter, we made the choice to cancel his event,” tweeted Hanger Farm Arts Centre, which was among others to cancel an upcoming performance.
“As part of the Minstead Trust, a learning disability charity, we. This is a condensed version of the information. – washingtonnewsday