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'Sticks & Stones' Goes For the Jugular

Comedian Dave Chappelle's Netflix stand-up special "Sticks & Stones" is out now, and it has some pretty questionable statements from the controversial star.

In the special, Chappelle says he doesn't believe those who have accused the late singer, Michael Jackson, of sexual abuse of minors.

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The comedian said "Leaving Neverland," the documentary that includes Wade Robson and James Safechuck's allegations of abuse was “f—ing gross … really nasty s—.”

“Michael Jackson has been dead for 10 years and this n— has two new cases,” Chappelle said.

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In "Leaving Neverland," Robson and Safechuck say the pop star sexually abused them when they were kids.

Meanwhile, Jackson's estate has brought a lawsuit against HBO for its documentary. Jackson died in 2009.

Chappelle also offers his views on Kevin Hart and R. Kelly in his special, but that's for another time.

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