BGT comic Nabil Abdulsheed jokes about BLM allegations in live final

BGT comic Nabil Abdulsheed jokes about BLM allegations in live final

Britain’s Got Talent comedian Nabil Abdulsheed took to the stage in Saturday’s live final and publicly addressed the allegations against Diversity’s Black Lives Matter performance and spoke about the hatred he received in the semifinal routine last week.

The comedian began his work with a press conference initiated by newsreader Charlene White through his news coverage, and Nabil raised questions from “journalists.”

He joked that the response proved the climate change was real, adding: “How do you explain so much snowfall in October?”

Addressing jokes about diversity routines, he joked that racists wrote hundreds of letters to Ofcom – but they were surprised to write.

In his routine, he also enjoyed the speculations and demonstrations of people about Muslims, who saw a statue of Edward Colston, the former owner of the slave.

Nabil and Ashley joked about horrific allegations and abuse

He joked that the only people involved in the topping of the statue were white and this was clearly proven because they did it in front of the police without a drop of pepper.

He commented at the end of his performance that if he won the show, people would say he won because he was just black.

He added that if he won, it would be “the culmination of whites winning Britain’s Got Talent”.

“Because they know what you know, once it’s black you don’t go back!” He was silent.

Alesha Dixon joked that she crossed boundaries and was true to herself, and Amanda Holden said there was more fun than that in the semifinals.

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He said: “You’re so brilliant and you’re so aware. I just admire you. Tonight it was a great set. You broke it. Well done.”

Ashley Banjo addressed the diversity response to the performance: “I know what it’s like to get some complaints!

“There are two reactions you can react to, you can bend the pressure or you can be yourself unexpectedly,” he said.

“It’s not supposed to be black, it’s not supposed to be you unexpectedly.”

David Williams loved his acting and even asked Nabil to do his own TV show.

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