'Still no t**s': Comedian hits back at hecklers who dubbed her Dylan Mulvaney joke 'transphobic'
DALLAS, TEXAS: Comedian Chrissie Mayr was heckled during her performance at Hyena's Comedy Club in Dallas after making jokes about Dylan Mulvaney, a transgender influencer. Mayr mocked Mulvaney for not undergoing top or bottom surgery despite a year of "girlhood," prompting a member from the audience to scream "F*** you transphobe."
Mulvaney has been lately making headlines for her firestorm association with Bud Light that led MAGA-hat-wearing Kid Rock, 52, and other famed artists to boycott the beer after the activist announced she was the latest brand ambassador. Following the fiery controversy, the beer giant's parent company Anheuser-Busch suffered over a whopping $6 billion loss in market cap value in recent days.
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Who is Chrissie Mayr?
Mayr, a New York standup comedian triggered a Dallas audience when she made a joke about transgender influencer Mulvaney, prompting the sensitive audience members to storm out. "Why has it been a year of girlhood and still no t***?' she joked. 'Why no t*** for Dylan? I don't understand." An audience member yelled out, "Because he's a man."
Mayr agreed, before a woman in the audience corrected the comedian, yelling, "No! She's a woman!" "Uh-oh, uh-oh, we have one of those," Mayr joked with the crowd. "It's all good. We can all have different beliefs. It's okay, some of us can believe in reality and some of us can't."
Mayr's set continued to poke fun at the LGBT+ community, as she later described bisexuals as "just fun at parties." Throughout the video, Mayr showed the group of women sitting at their table appearing to be uncomfortable with the jokes. "They were so uncomfortable," Mayr claimed, that "these ''women'' went straight to management to complain and then proceeded to stampede (knock over) my merch table." "This is the conflict when it comes to comedy and Leftists. It's just not compatible," she wrote on Twitter. She added that after the Mulvaney joke, the women stayed long enough to finish their French fries before storming out. As the women stormed out, one of them yelled, "F**k you, transphobe."
'The only joke a comedian should stop doing is one that doesn't get a laugh!'
The comedian was unfazed by the insult, yelling back, "Is that the best you can do? Oh, my God, it's so sad." "Make sure she gets home safe, I don't want those women to get harpooned in the neck on their way to their cars." Mayr said that if people "believe in true equality then there's no such thing as 'punching down,''' she told Fox News. "No group should be 'safe' from being made fun of," she told the outlet. "I will keep making fat jokes and trans jokes because I enjoy it and the crowds clearly do too." "The only joke a comedian should stop doing is one that doesn't get a laugh. Just because society pretends to be more woke and 'evolved' doesn't mean people don't still laugh at the same things as we did 20, 30, 40 years ago."