The comedian Bettina Salazar, better known as Olga Sana, took advantage of his visit to the First Hand program to to launch against “the crystal generation”, whom he criticized for taking offense at jokes told about minorities. To this claim was added Gustavo Adolfo Infante, who assured that you can no longer joke with anything.
In front of the cameras of Imagen Televisión, the comic star of the extinct Sabadazo confessed that do not plan to stop making jokes just because they may be offensive to certain types of people, because it assures that it does not interest him at all if they are offended or not.
“The crystal generation, net are very bad. We are not going to stop saying things for you, to do comedy. I am not interested if they are offended… Lord, we will no longer be able to say anything “, he declared openly Bettina Salazar in the program De Primera Mano.
Gustavo Adolfo Infante assures that comedy can no longer be done
Blessed “Crystal Generation” that we understood what was wrong and had to change.
Long live mental and emotional health. https://t.co/LyQSPJA4y6
– Roberto Carlo Papi Ro (@robertocarlomx)
January 8, 2022
For its part, Gustavo Adolfo Infante, who recently tested positive for Covid-19 after traveling to Cancun, assured that the comedians have had to cut back on your extensive catalog of jokes so as not to offend people or else they end up receiving harsh criticism on social media. He even assured that the future of comedy is at stake.
“People from the LGBT community no longer allow it, women no longer allow it, chubby men and women neither and the short ones no longer want it, so what is the comedy going to talk about?” the controversial journalist from Imagen Televisión.
Who is Olga Sana?
According to information circulating on the Internet, Bettina Salazar alias Olga Sana is a recognized mexican comedian. Just as you mentioned AmericanPost.News Previously, she went viral in 2016 when she confessed through a sketch in Sabadazo that she suffered from breast cancer, considered the leading cause of death for women in Mexico.
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