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The Situation latest celeb censored for insensitive jokes

By Sean O’Connell There has been a lot of talk about comedians being censored when their edgy material goes too far. Gilbert Gottfried lost his gig as the voice of the Aflac duck for insensitive Tweets he made regrding the tragedies in Japan. Rapper 50 Cent is taking heat for comments he made. Certain comedians are rising up in defense of free speech, saying comics have always pushed the envelope and gone too far in search of the joke. That’s what they do.

But does a non-comedian like Mike “The Situation” Sorrention get such a pass?

He’s not a comic. He is a “performer,” of sorts. But his controversial jokes at a recent roast of Donald Trump reportedly were cut by Comedy Central for the telecast that made it to air. Should they have been?

TMZ, which has been following this story, unearthed a few of the jokes that were sliced and diced. They were racist, ageist, insensitive … but in context, they were done in a roast setting with the intention of getting laughs. They didn’t get laughs, but that’s not the point.

Should Sitch have been censored? Are roasts fair game? Tell us your thoughts.

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