People weren’t exactly laughing when funnyman Lil Duval took to The Breakfast Club recently to suggest he “would murder” a transwoman if she ever tricked him into having sex.
A quote lifted in a week where tension around the topic was already particularly high considering President Donald Trump’s instatement of a U.S. military ban on transgender people and singer Bobby Valentino being exposed for an alleged sexual affair with a transgender prostitute, needless to say Duval’s comments weren’t taken lightly.Array
In fact, the ongoing fire got so hot, Twitter users were calling for a boycott of the comedian’s work as well as the platform, Breakfast Club (Power 105.1), where the statement was made. Opening a fiery discussion on the social network, did you miss any of the action? See it inside:
why are [black] men so obsessed with being ignorant? idegaf about political correctness, but it’s this fixation on this narrative. pic.twitter.com/U94iUB2o4k
— T$BIGGIESMALLS (@fatfemme) July 29, 2017
It didn’t stop there, however. When Charlamagne tha God took to Politicon, he was given a piece of some audience members’ minds:
— T$BIGGIESMALLS (@fatfemme) July 30, 2017
How did Duval respond to the hoop-la?