Candace Owens, 31, was one of the names mentioned by Dave Chappelle, 46, in “8:46,” his comedy special released on Netflix on June 11, 2020. The main topic of the show was the death of George Floyd, which reignited the Black Lives Matter movement.
With a live audience. Chappelle filmed “8:46” at an outdoor venue in Yellow Spring, Ohio, United States on June 6, 2020. The title of the Netflix special refers to the eight minutes and 46 seconds Derek Michael Chauvin, 44, knelt on Floyd’s neck during an arrest in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA on May 25, 2020.
An outspoken supporter of Donald Trump, Owens is on the same page with Black Lives Matter protesters when it comes to condemning the actions of the Minneapolis Police Department officers involved in the fatal arrest of Floyd. However, she does not agree with those who call him a hero, a martyr and a gentle giant.
“George Floyd was not a good person,” Owens said in an interview with radio host Glenn Beck. “I don’t care who wants to spin that. I don’t care how CNN wants to make you think that he had just turned his life around.”
For Owens, the words hero and martyr do not fit Floyd considering his criminal record. She particularly emphasized the time when he spent years in prison for committing aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon in a home invasion in Houston, Texas, USA.
“Candace Owens, that rotten b—h,” Chappelle said in “8:46.” “She’s the worst. I can’t think of a worse way to make money. She’s the most articulate idiot I’ve ever seen in my f—ing life.”
Chappelle is not concerned about whatever Floyd had done that brought him to jail, which apparently was something that troubled Owens. The comedian said he did not care if Floyd personally kicked Candace Owens “in her stinky p***y.”
“I don’t know if it stinks but I imagine it does,” Chappelle said of Owens’ genitals. “If I ever find out, I’ll let you know for sure.”