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David Spade dishes on how cancel culture has affected his comedy

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David Spade opened up about cancel culture on Friday, September 3, after TMZ cameras stopped the Joe Dirt star.The comedian, 57, said that he's concerned about how old jokes he's told will be perceived in today's climate.'I worry about my last standup set,' the Grown Ups actor said. 'I try to do stuff that's a little rough around the edges.'That's the whole idea, and then if someone picks it up I guess I just cross my fingers and say it's under the guise of comedy.

My whole life is. Everything I say is basically for a joke.' Treading water:David Spade opened up about cancel culture on Friday, September 3, after TMZ cameras stopped the Joe Dirt star 'Everything I say is basically for a joke': The actor said he he worries about his last.

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