Comedian speaks out after Yuk Yuk’s cancels show over a joke
Yuk Yuk’s comedy club cancelled a comedy show after they learned the comedian made an anti-narrative joke 2 years ago.

Alexa Posa

February 14, 2024

A comedian has spoken out after his show got canceled by Winnipeg’s Yuk Yuk’s comedy club after a joke he made two years ago surfaced on the internet. 

Comedian speaks out after Yuk Yuk’s cancels show over a joke

The Canadian comedian who goes by the stage name Uncle Hack – and chooses to keep his real name anonymous – represents one third of The Danger Cats, a comedy group also composed of Sam Walker and Brett Forte. 

The comedians often make jokes about corrupt politicians, celebrities, trans insanity, and woke ideology. 

However, four of their shows have recently been canceled by Winnipeg’s Yuk Yuk’s comedy club after the internet decided a joke told by Uncle Hack went too far. 

According to CBC, the joke used residential schools as a punchline, but Hack told The Counter Signal the state-broadcaster misinterpreted his joke.

“For context, the joke was told in a roast battle almost two years ago,” he explained. Roast battles require comedians to make fun of one another. 

The joke that got Hack cancelled was directed towards his female comedian counterpart, when he said: “She spit out more potential children than a dig site at a residential school.” 

Hack won the event.  

Ironically, still to this day, no children’s remains have been discovered at any residential school despite frenzied speculation by the media that “mass graves” existed. 

Yuk Yuk’s caved to cancel culture crybabies

But that didn’t stop the outraged minority from losing their minds over his joke and requesting that Yuk Yuk’s cancel their shows featuring The Danger Cats.

In a post on X, one user tagged Yuk Yuk’s while stating: “You want people to pay to see a white supremist who jokes about residential school graves?” 

Hack says the outraged are misinterpreting his joke. 

“If you listen to the joke, I’m just calling my opponent a skank in a wild way,” he said.

“I think people have adapted a bit of a herd mentality in just going with what they’re told at times without questioning how they truly feel,” he added. 

Despite the cancellation, The Danger Cats continue to sell out shows across Canada.

“I’m no expert,” Hack said. “I just know that even when I’m telling jokes, I make people laugh.”

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