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Tom Brady Roast: Ace Comedian Reveals Why Dana White Opened With ‘Liberal F***s’ Joke That Failed Miserably

Tom Brady Roast: Ace Comedian Reveals Why Dana White Opened With ‘Liberal F***s’ Joke That Failed Miserably

One of the memorable moments of Netflix’s Tom Brady roast happened when surprise guests Dana White and Kim Kardashian joined the fun. While the latter was the target of the best roasts, Dana delivered some great lines. One of them was his fourth wall-breaking joke about Netflix’s wokeism, which shocked netizens.

Although the joke didn’t draw much laughter from the audience, people were more shocked by Dana’s direct joke on Netflix. Andrew Schulz revealed in his latest podcast appearance on Flagrant that Dana’s opener wasn’t meant as a joke at all. Instead, he said the phrase “trans enough” to show the world that he doesn’t really care.

“He (Dana White) says, what do you think, and I guess I just don’t know if it’s going to get the big laugh. And then he says, ‘Oh, I don’t care, I just want them to know that I don’t give a fuck!’

During his one-minute set, Dana initially complained that he was only given 60 seconds to speak, despite having flown in. He called Netflix and asked if even though his name was “trans enough,” wasn’t that enough for the liberal assholes at the company to give him more time?

‘I flew all the way here and you give me 60 seconds? My name is Dana, isn’t that trans enough for you liberal f***s?”

But how does Schultz know this? It’s because Dana contacted the comedian before the roast to discuss his jokes on Joe Rogan’s recommendation. Rogan has never shied away from expressing his awe at Schulz’s talents. Joe also invited him on his podcast. Seeing Rogan ask Dana to contact Andrew makes his praise more believable.

“Before the show, (Joe) Rogan texts me, ‘Yo, can I give Dana White your number?’ I’m like yeah, sure, and Dana hits me up, he’s like, ‘Hey man, can I run this? Can I just tell this to you because I just want to know what you think,” and he tells a few jokes through me.”

The roast really shook the internet from a cultural standpoint. Many called the roast the end of the woke era and Andrew Schulz couldn’t agree more.

Andrew Schulz on the cultural impact of the Tom Brady Roast

It’s been a long time since we’ve had a roast, and for good reason. Gone are the roasts on Comedy Central because the last 5-6 years have been a very different era. The new generation became increasingly aware of the problems around them and took their rights and issues personally.

“The point I’m trying to make is, like it’s already dead, but this was a moment where you had people who had everything to lose, for example Tom Brady, a man who could be worth a billion dollars, has this one like you know the mainstream connections, he’ll be on Fox, hosting the show and he’s making gay jokes; and people make gay jokes about him, racist, homophobic jokes, but no one really seemed to say, “Oh my God.”

According to Schulz, Tom Brady’s roast proved that the “woke age” is dead. Schulz argued that when someone of Tom Brady’s stature can make and receive gay and racist jokes, it shows that brands, fans and stakeholders around him don’t care. The roast according to the comedian has made America realize that we are now in a ‘new era’.