Frankie Boyle

UK NEWS: COMEDIAN FRANKIE BOYLE IN TROUBLE AGAIN FOR USING RACIST LANGUAGE

Comedian Frankie Boyle is in trouble again! During a routine on his Channel 4 show Tramadol Nights the star said, “The Commonwealth Games were originally called The Empire Games, it basically started out as a huge slave race.” Adopting a posh voice he added: “William, I think my niggers are quicker than yours.” In a previous stand-up routine, Boyle discussed how news reports always considered British lives more valued than foreign ones. He said, ‘What gets me is our callousness as a []

UK NEWS: KATIE PRICE CALLS LAWYERS ON COMEDIAN FRANKIE BOYLE AFTER HE MAKES JOKE ABOUT HER DISABLED SON

The very controversial Frankie Boyle never fails to shock. That man is something else! This time Boyle infuriated glamour model turned TV personality Katie Price aka Jordan after he told a crude joke which involved her disabled son Harvey (Harvey’s biological father is the worthless former footballer Dwight York), on his Channel 4 show Tramadol Nights. The comedian said, ‘Jordan and Peter Andre are still fighting each other over custody of Harvey  – eventually one of them will lose and have to []

UK NEWS: SWIMMING STAR SLAMS THE BBC OVER JOKE RULING

Via Sky News Olympic swimming champion Rebecca Adlington has made a formal complaint accusing the BBC of not being tough enough on a comedian who made a joke about her. In a letter to the BBC Trust, the double gold medallist said she felt Frankie Boyle had been let off with a “slap on the wrist” after he made a jibe about her appearance. The gag was made on the BBC gameshow Mock The Week when Boyle said Miss Adlington “resembled someone []

UK NEWS: COMIC QUITS COLUMN OVER JACKSON JOKES

Via Digital Spy Comedian Frankie Boyle has quit his job as a columnist for the Daily Record after the newspaper refused to publish an article containing Michael Jackson jokes following the star’s death. The Mock The Week comic announced the decision on his official website and provided a link to a document containing the feature in question. Boyle said: “Oh dear. Had to quit my Daily Record column over a moral disagreement. We disagreed over whether it was okay to make jokes []