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Comedian Tony Hinchcliffe was reportedly ditched by his agents after images of him using racist slurs on stage went viral.

Insult comic Hinchcliffe, which already opened for Joe Rogan, was playing Big Laugh Comedy in Austin in May 2021, when he appeared to make derogatory comments.

He also appeared as a roaster on the All Def Digital Roast Of Snoop Dogg which aired on Fusion in 2016.

Dang had finished his own set by talking about ending the hatred against Asians, featuring Hinchcliffe telling the crowd to “give up the one and only Tony Hinchcliffe”.

He then called the crowd “racist traitors” for laughing at Dang’s jokes, before mocking Dang’s accent.

Dang shared the clip on Twitter on Tuesday, May 11, writing, “Last week in Austin I got to bring up Tony Hinchcliffe.

Speaking to TMZ, Dang said, “I’ve been in this country for almost 11 years, lived in Alabama, Georgia, Texas, and never heard anyone call me that.”

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