Cancel Culture Wins: Roy Chubby Brown Comedy Gig Canned By Lancaster City Council For Having:

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The Star Of Mrs Brown's Boys Was Slated To Preform At The Platform, But His Gig Has Been Axed Due To Community Complaints To The City Council.

A comedy show starring the Mrs Brown's Boys star Roy Chubby Brown has been cancelled by the Lancaster City Council, after a bombardment of complaints were levelled towards them concerning Mr Brown's: “Incompatible values”.

The comedian was due to appear in The Platform on the 19th of August in Morecambe.

His tour manager Ritchie Hoyle has called the move: “Ridiculous”.

An online petition made by critics of Mr Brown's comedy act as Mrs Brown to have the show banned has been ruled as the cause of the mass complaints to Lancaster City Council, which stated: “Roy Brown is infamous for his insulting comedy consisting of jokes made at the expense of the LGBTQ+ community.

His jokes are outwardly racist, homophobic, and misogynistic.

If he were to attend the comedy show in Morecambe, then it would fly in the face of the city council's equality and diversity policy”.

Lancaster City Council issued as statement on the matter that read: “We understand that this decision will disappoint some people, but we are proud to be a fair, diverse, and inclusive community.

We do not believe that Mr Brown's shows are compatible with these values”.

This isn't the first time that a comedian has been attacked for making politically incorrect jokes.

In March, actor Will Smith slapped comedian Chris Rock at the Oscars for joking about his wife Jada Smith's bald head.

Later in May fellow African American comedian Dave Chappelle was tacked by a man with a knife on stage in LA, after he refused to apologize for making transgender jokes during his Netflix comedy show.

And in that same month Ricky Gervais was slammed on Twitter, after telling woke comedy goers to: "Grow a spine", following the attack on Dave Chappelle.