Comedian Russell Brand Controversial jokes goes viral

Comedian Russell Brand Controversial jokes goes viral

Russell Brand has been involved in a number of joke controversies over the years, both before and after the rise of the #MeToo movement. In 2006, he joked about having affair with Rod Stewart’s daughter, Kimberly, at the GQ Awards. Stewart confronted Brand on stage, and the incident made headlines around the world.

In a recent uproar going on online, Russell Brand joked about abusing woman, and having affairs with audience members, homeless people, and children in a resurfaced interview that has now been deleted from YouTube.

In the same video, he also made an unneccessary joke about the ancient Greeks abuse of children while creating mathematics, saying: ‘They didn’t mind it, did they. They were clever weren’t they’.

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The actor embroiled in a scandal, who adamantly rejects charges that he assaulted women, also deleted the interview from Soundcloud.

Since Channel 4, The Times, and Sunday Times published shocking charges from women, Mr. Herring’s YouTube channel has removed the footage and interview.

In 2010, Brand was fired from hosting the MTV Video Music Awards after he made a joke about the 9/11 terrorist attacks. He later apologized for the joke, saying that he “misjudged the tone” of the event.

In 2013, Brand was criticized for making a series of offensive jokes about women and people with disabilities during his stand-up special “Russell Brand: Scandalous.” He later defended his jokes, saying that he was “trying to push the boundaries of comedy.”

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