- On his" Road to Nowhere "tour, Aziz Ansari has against him in a Babe.net story of 2018 against Babe
- Ansari Retired from Public Life The story was published except for a statement in support of the #Metoo movement.
- "I hope I am a better person," he said on stage.
Aziz Ansari essentially withdrew from public life after Babe.net had read a lot in 2018 and reported on his alleged sexual misconduct during a date. Road to Nowhere tour to various shows in various cities.
He briefly mentioned the allegations on stage a week ago – and during a show on Monday in the New York Village Underground in front of 200 Mensc He reflected more deeply on the story and how it influenced him, reports Vulture .
Ansari said that he had not really talked about this "whole thing" – an explanation that supported the #Metoo movement immediately after the incident occurred, because it took time to process what had happened and because "it was a terrible thing to talk about. "
" There were times when I felt really upset and humiliated and embarrassed, and in the end, I just felt terrible that this person felt that way, "Ansari continued. "But after a year I know how I am, I hope it was a step forward, I had to think about it a lot and I hope I have become a better person."
This sombre perspective contrasts with a previous show in which Ansari did not recognize his situation and – according to a report by [NewYork's – expressed warmth in the "wake-up" culture in the social media, especially in a punch line that mocks what he called "progressive candy crush".
But on Monday, the Parks and Recreation actor reportedly had one Noting a conversation with a friend who mentioned the story of Babe.net and the subsequent scandal, he drew separate reactions and rethought every date he had found himself.
"If not only me, but other people have made you think about it, and just be more thoughtful and aware and ready to go those extra mile and make sure someone else feels comfortable at that moment. Ansari said.
"And I think there was only one perspective on my life," he added, telling him how grateful he suddenly is to have the privilege of playing comedy as a career. " There was a moment when I was afraid I would never do that again. "
In former times, when he said" Thank you "at the end of a stand-up show, that was just a nice treat "But now I'm serious. I mean it on a different level. "