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Comedian Matt Rife reacts to Netflix special backlash with link to special needs helmets

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in an Instagram Story on Monday. “Here’s a link to my official apology.”The link, which read “Tap to solve your issue,” brought users to a site that is dedicated to selling special needs helmets. “We on the naughty list,” he captioned a second Story, followed by a wink face emoji and another link that read: “This one’s real this time.”The second link, however, sent users to Rife’s YouTube page where he introduces a bit called “Bad Santa.” Rife, who rose to fame after gaining a massive TikTok following, opened up his special “Natural Selection” with the domestic abuse joke.

According to the embattled comic, he once visited a restaurant in “rachet” Baltimore where “the hostess who seats you had a black eye.”“A full black eye,” he continued. “It wasn’t like, ‘What happened?’ It was pretty obvious what happened.””But we couldn’t get over, like, this is the face of the company?

This is who you have greeting people,” he continued. “And my boy, who I was with, was like, ‘Yeah, I feel bad for her, man, I feel like they should put her in the kitchen or something where nobody has to see her face.’ And I was like, ‘Yeah, but I feel like if she could cook, she wouldn’t have that black eye.’”Rife’s special, which was released on Nov.

15, immediately drew the ire of several X (formerly Twitter) users. “The way women catapulted Matt Rife into popularity and the second he gets a comedy special on Netflix he immediately betrays them with a joke about domestic violence crazy innit,” one user slammed.

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