MUST WATCH: Comedian cracks epic George Floyd joke, triggered audience members leave: ‘I like Kyle Rittenhouse too!’

"I wouldn’t have kneeled on George Floyd’s neck. I would have shot the n*gga."


At a recent show, comedian David Lucas offended several audience members by telling a joke about George Floyd, causing them to angrily storm out of the venue. "I wouldn’t have kneeled on George Floyd’s neck. I would have shot the n*gga," he said.

Lucas asked, "You want to show them the reason George Floyd got his neck kneeled on?"

"Don't 'oo' at that joke," He added to the uneasy crowd. "It's just a joke man. I would have never kneeled on George Floyd's neck. I would have shot that n*gga."

It was at that point one man in the audience yelled at the comedian, "You need to know about George Floyd before you get yo a** up there talking about him." The man continued, "You really stoop low to be funny don't you know that."

"It's called comedy," Lucas responded. Several more members of the audience continued to let the performers know that they were leaving.

"I like Kyle Rittenhouse too!" He added as the last of the group was leaving.

In a previous show, Lucas made a joke about Donald Trump being too much of a narcissist to go to Epstein Island. "What does Donald Trump look like going to another n*gga's island?" he asked. "Donald Trump's like, Epstein I'm not going to your island, I live in Manhattan."

George Floyd died while being detained by Minneapolis police officers in 2020. His death sparked BLM and Antifa riots across the country. Officer Derek Chauvin was charged in the death of George Floyd and is currently trying to appeal the ruling due to a medical examiner's report that showed Floyd didn't die due to "asphyxia or strangulation."

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