Michael Che Says Louis C.K. Has A “Right To Speak And Make A Living”

C.K., who admitted to sexual misconduct at the end of last year, has been under a lot of criticism for his apparent comeback. Che, who deleted his Twitter account about three years ago, addressed the skeptical and quick-to-judge "Megans" of media and how they "freak out" because the world is still turning.
Perhaps we can expect more of his thoughts about C.K. 17 with his "Weekend Update" co-anchor Colin Jost. I can't wait to hear what the Megans have to say. when he takes the stage. Che is set to co-host the Emmys on Sept.
Meaning he can be shamed, humiliated, lose millions of dollars, lose all of his projects, lose the respect of a lot of his fans and peers, and whatever else that comes with what he did, but since he can still do a comedy set for free at a 200 seat club a year later, it means he got off easy. "What’s interesting to me about these articles against Louis CK performing again, is how important fame is to people," Che said on his Instagram stories, which have since disappeared. Because to them, he’s still winning. THAT’s how coveted fame is.” "A lot of what I read says that CK shouldn’t get to be a ‘famous’ comedian anymore. Isn’t that strange?
He continued by saying "just because it looks to you like someone is 'getting off easy' cause they still have the perks you would kill to have, doesn’t make it so."
I haven’t talked to him in a while. I don’t know what he’s done to right that situation, and it’s none of my business. One person said that C.K.'s return would lead to money and more opportunities that he "shouldn't get." Che responded: "Who's to say what someone should be 'allowed' to get?" Another messaged him and asked what he thinks the disgraced C.K. deserves to which Che replied, "Man, I don’t really know. Naturally, the Megans and critics of social media elbowed their way into Che's Instagram stories to respond to his thoughts. I don’t know any of his accusers. But I do believe any free person has a right to speak and make a living."
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As comedians continue to have heated debates about Louis C.K.'s unofficial return to stand-up comedy, Saturday Night Live "Weekend Update" anchor Michael Che took to Instagram to chime about the coverage of C.K.'s recent surprise stand-up set at New York City's Comedy Cellar Sunday night.

DJ East 137 – Sum Of The Times lyrics

Sum of the Times – DJ East 137

Verse One

Big man had to bounce
Galvanized a legacy, superman strong

Michael Che’ said its over
In that regard, I’m hoping SNL is wrong

The past tells us voice can move choice
Popular choice foxes get to count

But even that won’t hardly stifle
Operations have-nots are willing to mount

Across the land music spoke
Still shouting this one is worth pursuing

Standing ovation to the school response
Said ya’ll didn’t, ya’ll know exactly what ya’ll were doing

Time can’t stop so everything counts
Everything is data, momma raised no fool

The only setback is waiting too long
And providing opportunities for changing the rules

Verse Two

Hidden figures are a problem statistically
Quantifiably turns crap to gold

But like anything looking for trouble
Like the pigeon drop or three cards, it’s going to get old

It’s worth its weight playing it cool
So at least there’s half a chance to level the field

Femas got a brand new bag
Redefining institutions of weapons and shields

Maybe that’s not what’s going down
And its just imaginations on THC

While black budgets hide in plain sight
But thanks to social media there’s plenty to see

What you cant see are digital eyes
Peeping everything about you that will not stop

Its like taking the torch from Ms. Liberty
When officer Alexis comes out the box

Verse Three

Making change means breaking a sweat
Namely simple change that leads to progress

Can’t be fake like breaking a date
Or when actors in role cry out to congress

Of the people, by the people
An idea for which to stand tall

Don’t always do what it was meant to do
Of being good for one and then good for all

How quickly things change in one week
Making the road to tolerance just that longer

But like rain one thing’s for sure
When the load gets heavier, people get stronger

Can’t urge it enough to make change
Now is good time to practice what you preach

Intolerance won’t mind what you think
So imagine how it’s looking at the freedom of speech


We’ve seen it before
Runaway fear, too quick on the draw

That’s when sense is out of order
And life goes on but not like before

Just like tax one things for sure
History is in the making, sit up in class

This lesson might burn a little
But like smoke in the air, this too will pass