Tim Allen might be the most well-known A-list comedian and actor to openly rebel against Hollywood’s leftist culture but he’s not alone.
Now as the thought police close in, another top comedian has joined the ranks of those fighting back.
And this “White Chicks” Wayans brother just went Tim Allen on the leftist mob.
Marlon Wayans is sounding the alarm that there’s one sure sign America is in all kinds of trouble.
Back in 2004 Shawn and Marlon Wayans’ “White Chicks” was plenty funny—and 18 years later the youngest Wayans is standing by the work.
Marlon recently told BuzzFeed that modern classics like “White Chicks” are critical in the current cancel culture climate.
Marlon Wayans says he’s refusing to let leftists put him to work for their woke agenda
“I think they’re needed,” Wayans explained. “I don’t know what planet we’re on, where you think people don’t need laughter, and that people need to be censored and canceled. If a joke is gonna get me canceled, thank you for doing me that favor.”
In the movie, Wayans teamed up with his brother Shawn to pay as FBI agents who go undercover as white women to untangle a kidnapping plot.
But apparently, these days, black men dressed up in “whiteface”—no matter how obviously it was done as slapstick—is too much for sensitive snowflakes.
Wayans rips “scared-ass” Hollywood executives
“It’s sad that society is in this place where we can’t laugh anymore,” the Wayans said. “I ain’t listening to this damn generation. I ain’t listening to these folks: These scared-ass people, these scared executives. Y’all do what you want to do? Great. I’m still gonna tell my jokes the way I tell them.”
If his fans are happy, that’s enough for the highly-successful comedian with hundreds of millions of dollars in box office tickets sold in the US alone over his career.
“If you want to make some money, jump on board. And if not, then I’ll find a way to do it myself. I know my audience,” he added. “My audience comes to my shows every weekend, and they leave feeling great and laughing. One thing about the Wayans, we’ve always told the worst joke the best way.”
And he might even find a way to make those trying to cancel “White Chicks” wish they’d never brought it up in the first place.
“I think ‘White Chicks 2’ is necessary,” Wayans told Variety last year. “I think we’ve tightened up so much that we need to loosen our ties a bit and laugh a little bit.”
If he does, those leftist Hollywood executives may end up kicking themselves when real entertainment wins out over dry, woke, and humorless productions any day of the week.
Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.