Over the years due to a series of events, The LGBT community and comedians have found themselves at odds when it comes down to what is acceptable to say. With comedy being an art form that is all about freedom of speech it has had it’s moments when some from the LGBT community have challenged certain jokes. From Jamie Foxx ( photoed above) to Tracy Morgan, jokes on the gay community have been considered to be controversial. Well today one of the biggest highlights happened for the The LGBT community, the Supreme Court has decided that same-sex marriage shall be legal across the United States. As news continues to spread, people have took to their social networks to share their reaction. A few comedians also have joined in to react to the recent news. Take a look at what they had to say, which many shared a message of support.
My loves. To all of my LGBT brothers and sisters, congrats to same sex marriage NATIONWIDE. We all deserve LOVE. Luv yall 2 life
— Mo’Nique Worldwide (@moworldwide) June 26, 2015
I might become a gay divorce lawyer cause that market is gonna blow
— lil duval (@lilduval) June 26, 2015
We’re all winners today. Gay wedding receptions bout to be fun af. — Timothy DeLaGhetto (@Traphik) June 26, 2015
Gay marriage legal (CHECK) Health care avail to all (CHECK) Now if we could just legalize weed we’d be Europe
— Aries Spears (@AriesSpears) June 26, 2015
Now gay folks can get married and stop having sex, then see that we were right all along in saying it’s overrated lol — Chief Lotza Bo (@bolastname) June 26, 2015
Congratulations to America!! Same Sex Marriage is legal in all 50 states. Don’t know why it took so long. Now let’s ban hatred of blacks.
— godfrey (@GodfreyComedian) June 26, 2015
BRAVO Supreme Court!!! We knew you had it in you. . . looking out for equality and looking out for healthcare. It’s a good day in America!!! — Whoopi Goldberg (@WhoopiGoldberg) June 26, 2015
#LoveWins every lover of freedom and equality should be partying today! It’s been a long fight. Drink up.
— TᕼE ᒪᑌᑕᗩᔕ ᗷᖇOᔕ (@lucasbros) June 26, 2015
Does this recent step toward equality translate to more jokes in the future?