Hollywood star Jack Whitehall has cast a profitable film profession with roles in movies together with ‘Jungle Cruise‘ and ‘Clifford the Big Red Dog’, however he shared his fears that his previous stand-up jokes may come again to hang-out him.
Speaking on the ‘Irishman Abroad’ podcast, Whitehall mentioned: “I really feel like I’ve positively mentioned jokes previously that will be worthy of cancellation. I suppose it’s the way you climate that storm if it does ever come up.
“I’ve had it, sort of, occur a few times and I think, maybe, people are a little better now. We’ve had a few of these ridiculous cancellations of people because of historic jokes that, especially with a comedian because it was told in jest and the context of it was only ever intended as a joke, that you do tend to get away with it a little bit more.” Jack Whitehall mentioned.
“More so than you might with a tweet or a comment in an interview.” Jack Whitehall additional mentioned.
Whitehall has been concentrating on his film profession over the previous few years, he hopes to make a return to stand-up, reviews femalefirst.co.uk.
He mentioned: “With stand-up it’s essential to try to try this, particularly in case your life is dominated by work and also you’re spending your time in fairly surreal conditions.
Jack Whitehall concluded by saying, “It’s important for me to go away and live my life and come back to it when I’ve got more stuff to talk about. I need to try and find something else that’s going to be interesting and different and a subject matter I can write something and it will feel funny and fresh.”