No joke, it’s seriously not funny


KUALA LUMPUR: The woman who courted controversy during her stand-up performance at a comedy club has been roundly criticised for putting on a religion-laced act that was not funny.

Malaysia’s two best known comedians, Harith Iskander and Douglas Lim, made it clear that the woman’s act did not reflect stand-up comedy.

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