AceShowbiz - It seems like Louis C.K. doesn't stop getting involved in controversies. The disgraced comedian appeared to make fun of the survivors of the Parkland shooting in a leaked audio which found its way out online on Sunday, December 30.
The audio was taken from Louis' December 16 stand-up at the Governor's Comedy Club in Long Island, New York. In front of the crowd, it could be heard that he joked about the survivors of the massacre in Stoneman Douglas High School earlier this year.
The comedian, who was hit with multiple sexual harassment allegations, said, "They testify in front of Congress these kids…What are you doing? You're young you should be crazy, you should be unhinged. Not in a suit saying, 'I'm here to tell you…' F**k you."
He went on saying in the clip, which first appeared on a YouTube page before being removed, that the kids who survived the shooting were not interesting. "You're not interesting because you went to a high school where kids got shot. Why does that mean I have to listen to you?" he said.
"Why does that make you interesting. You didn't get shot. You pushed some fat kid in the way and now I gotta listen to you talking," he delivered the punch, making the audience howl in laughter.
i mean he's like a RW comic now. hes milo pic.twitter.com/QYOGI7TrGa— jack allison (@jackallisonLOL) December 31, 2018
In addition, the comedian made jokes about non-binary people and looked down on their gender-identity terms. "I'm so disappointed in the younger generation honestly because I'm 51 years old and I was 18 and in my 20s we were idiots. We were getting high doing mushrooms and s**t…I was kind of excited to be in my 50s and see people in my 20s and be like these kids are crazy, these kids are nice…but they're not!" he said.
"They're just boring. F***ing telling me you shouldn't say that. What are you an old lady?...You should address me…as they/them because I identify as gender neutral. You should address me as there…because I’m a location…and the location is your mother's c**t," he continued.
Louis has made his comeback to the stand-up scene following his sexual assault scandal in late 2017. The 50-year-old comedian first made his surprise performance at Comedy Cellar on Sunday night, August 26. While the audience at the club gave him a round of applause, many people on social media weren't happy about his comeback.
"We don't need Louis CK. We don't need sexual predators. If you're willing to forgive a sexual predator because he made you laugh a few times, maybe you need to reassess your priorities," a Twitter user wrote.