Comedian Wanda Sykes flips out on crowd after being booed for attacking Trump, exited after vulgar tirade

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Comedian Wanda Sykes went off on a tirade against Donald Trump Saturday at the 22nd annual Comics Come Home fundraiser in Boston and her antics were not well received by the crowd.

Not that Sykes could give a flip, as she responded with a middle-finger salute as she walked off stage.

Her troubles began when the lesbian comic expressed her dismay with the results of last week’ election.

“I couldn’t believe that Donald Trump won,” Sykes said. “I couldn’t believe that we elected an orangutan to front the country. This is ridiculous.”

She upped the ante later in her set.

“I am certain this is not the first time we’ve elected a racist, sexist, homophobic president,” she said. “He’s not the first one. He’s just the first confirmed one.”

Met with loud booing, Sykes turned on the crowd.

“F— you, motherf——, f— y’all,” she said. “F— you, you, you and you. The evidence is there.”

She was booed off the stage after completing her set and returned the gesture with a raised middle finger as she exited.

Tom Tillison


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