[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]I don’t know anything about Amy Schumer — I know she’s White and a comedienne. I have most heard her name when fellow comedienne Monique was making the interview rounds and complaining about how NetFlix, in negotiations with Monique for a comedy special, offered Monique a much lower amount than what Netflix had contracted to pay Ms. Schumer for a similar performance. Monique claimed it was a racial bias and had been calling for a NetFlix boycott (I don’t know what’s happened since).
I have never seen a Schumer comedy special, and don’t follow her work, but I saw an Instagram post by Puff Daddy, who I do follow, as he had taken Amy’s recent IG caption and posted it to his own account as a show of support. From what I hear, some other prominent Black leaders influencers did the same.
My rule is: The more famous a person is, the less I believe anything the person says on social media. Everyone — especially when they have a large audience — is playing to the crowd.
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