Dapper Laughs has made a new video – just a month after Daniel O’Reilly (Dapper)  vowed to kill off his sucesful Vine & Facebook character after accusations promoting rape culture, (mainly sparking from a video of him telling an audience member she was “gagging for a rape” at one of his London gigs) aswell as accusations of misogyny & sexism which caused his popular ITV2 show to be cancelled. Daniel appeared on BBC’s News Night, where he spoke to presenter Emily Maitlis and said “It’s completely ruined everything that’s going on with me as a comedian. The bad press and everything that’s happened – it’s wrecked my life to a certain extent. “I am not going to allow Dapper Laughs to represent me. I want the people out there to know that not only am I going to stop it, I am going to help it not being promoted.” Last…Continue Reading
UPDATE: STRIKE Magazine, an independent political magazine has taken responsibility for designing the posters. On their website, they described it as a backlash to the Met’s own poster budget. A series of posters have been spotted around London featuring defamatory slogans about the Metropolitan Police. The posters were seen around London last night, and each one bears a different message accusing London’s police force of being racist in some way, shape or form. The police even thought that it was necessary to seal this poster off with crime scene tape Check out the HD Posters: Until earlier today it wasn’t clear who was responsible for the posters, until BuzzFeed managed to track down STRIKE Magazine, an independent political magazine. They are responsible for the adverts, and had this to say: It’s propaganda pure and simple: they want us to forget that they murdered Mark Duggan, an unarmed civilian, and caused the 2011 riots; they’d rather…Continue Reading