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Grammys name Louis CK and Dave Chappelle despite scandals


Comedians Louis CK and Dave Chappelle earned Grammy nominations from the Recording Academy on Tuesday, despite being at the forefront of high-profile scandals.

The Academy announced its selections for those it deemed fit for nomination. CK received an offer for best comedy album with “Sincerely Louis CK”, while Chappelle scored one for best spoken word album with “8:46” – which documents a special stand-up centered on violence against black Americans amid the angst surrounding the George Floyd protests.

CK, 54 – who had previously admitted exposing himself to women after multiple accusations – immediately plunged into controversy and joked about the sexual misconduct in “Sincerely Louis CK”.

The disgraced comedian has since continued his stand-up career after taking a hiatus, headlining New York’s Hulu Theater in Madison Square Garden in August, where he performed in front of a huge sign reading “SORRY “.

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Comedians Louis CK, left, and Dave Chappelle were Grammy nominees on Tuesday despite their high-profile scandals.
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As for Chappelle, he recently found himself at the heart of the social media backlash after many felt his latest Netflix special, “The Closer,” has deeply overshadowed the transgender community.

In the wake of the special, many called for its removal by the streaming giant, and a group of Netflix employees staged a walkout in October to protest.

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In response, Chappelle said, “To the transgender community, I am more than willing to give you an audience, but you won’t summon me. I don’t bow to anyone’s requests. And if you want to meet me, I will be more. than willing to do so. ”

He shared the post in a video posted to his Instagram, before adding some “conditions” that had to be met before a meeting could take place.

Also ending up receiving a Grammy nomination, accused sexual predator Marilyn Manson, who was nominated as a contributor to Kanye West’s “DONDA,” which was nominated for Album of the Year and La best rap song for his track “Jail”. “

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Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos, right, has vigorously defended Dave Chappelle against cries from the public and social media for the streaming platform to remove Chappelle's special,

Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos, right, has vigorously defended Dave Chappelle against cries from the public and social media for the streaming platform to remove Chappelle’s special, “The Closer” from its service.
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Manson – real name Brian Warner – faces multiple allegations of sexual assault and abuse.

Recording Academy CEO Harvey Mason Jr. said Rolling stone it would not “restrict who can submit their material for review.”

Grammy nominee Marilyn Manson despite lofty legal battles plaguing her, has denied allegations of sexual assault and abuse against her, calling them

Marilyn Manson, nominated for a Grammy despite the noble legal battles that plague her, has denied the allegations of sexual assault and abuse against her, calling them “horrible distortions of reality”.
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“We won’t look back on people’s history, we won’t look at their criminal records, we won’t look at anything other than legality in our rules of, is this recording for this job eligible based on the date and other criteria If so, they can submit for review, “Mason said at the publication in a statement.

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“What we will control are our stages, our shows, our events, our red carpets,” he continued. “We will consider all those who apply to be part of it, ask to be present, and we will make our decisions at that time. But we are not going to deal with restricting people to submit their work to the decision of our constituents. . “