Louis C.K. isn’t the only comic to return to stand-up following a scandal…
As we reported, in January, a woman with the pseudonym of “Grace” spoke to babe about an incident involving Aziz Ansari which she calls “the worst experience with a man ever had.” Specifically, the photographer accused the actor of pressuring her into performing several sexual acts even though she “was physically giving off cues that wasn’t interested.”
The Parks and Recreation alum eventually responded, saying the encounter was “completely consensual.”
According to Vulture, the Master of None star has returned to the stage with a New York show in May, and a Philadelphia appearance earlier this month.
On Saturday, Ansari performed two shows in Milwaukee, one at the Pabst Theatre and the other at Turner Hall.
At the Turner Hall show, where all 700 seats were sold out, the comedian reportedly did NOT address the allegations.
However, a female attendee told the Vulture journalist that she considered Ansari’s alleged actions to be “very low on the scale of ‘bad date’ to ‘Harvey Weinstein.’”
Surprise guests included Wil Sylvince, Hannibal Buress, and Michael Che.
In July at a TCA Panel, Netflix Vice-President of Original Series Cindy Holland said the network “would be happy to make another season of Master of None whenever Aziz is ready.”
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