Aziz went vocal about the sexual misconduct on Right Now

ImaAziz Ansari, the great comedian!

If you haven’t heard about Aziz, then I must tell you that there is something significant you are missing. He is an American Actor, Comedian, writer, producer plus director. He started his a career with acting, best known for his character as Tom Haverford in Parks and Recreation. And leading some other shows and films, he did his best in each field, and now Aziz is back with is Netflix film 2019 “Aziz Ansari: Right now” released on 9th July 2019.

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Aziz Ansari: Right Now

Aziz started his stand up comedy in 2010 Dangerously Delicious. On 2015 “Aziz Ansari: Live at Madison Square” aired on Netflix too. But this time the standup comedy will cover something new like more sensitive news, his relation with his grandmother, about the racist side of white people and many more intriguing topics whereas his earlier punches didn’t address such other areas.
On right now Aziz spoke “There are times I felt scared,” he says in the special. “There are times I felt humiliated. There are times I felt embarrassed. And ultimately I just felt terrible that this person felt this way.” To which he added that his conversation with one of his friend him evaluated his past dates and said “It’s made not just me but other people more thoughtful, and that’s a good thing,” he says.
And after a brief pause, he passed onto other jokes.

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The controversy

In early 2018 Aziz was involved in a discussion where a women pseudonym “Grace” blamed the comedian of sexual harassment to which he replied everything was in the consent of both. Though the internet had mixed responses, some supported Aziz while others blamed him with the ongoing movement #metoo. Many newspapers and media houses made it headlines. And we can see how Aziz has addressed it in his latest standup comedy.