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Bobby Lee, a comedian, is under fire for remarks about prostitutes that have surfaced again.

Bobby Lee has come under fire for resurfacing tapes of the comedian cracking a joke about meeting a prostitute in Baja, Mexico, three years ago.

In a recording from Theo Von’s “This Past Weekend” podcast from January 2020, Lee, who is presently touring with Andrew Santino as part of their Bad Buddies project, admitted to the presenter that while he was employed in the food service sector, he and his coworkers frequently visited a brothel in Mexico.

“I’m not sure if I can avoid it, but this is going to be a difficult story to tell. Really, will you stop it if you believe it will ruin me?” Before telling Vonn, the comic stated, “There was a girl… there was a girl who seemed afraid as I was walking down “hooker alley.” I wanted the one like that.”

The comic claimed that he observed the woman sobbing, complete with snot bubbles, during their sexual encounter. Lee continued by describing accelerating the procedure to “get it done.”

He narrated the same scenario of wanting a “lady facing the wall… the one that doesn’t want to be there” in another recently discovered footage from his podcast “TigerBellyClips.”

It’s unclear whether the narrative is a joke or a true account.

The comedian was criticised for “confessing to the child rape of a sex trafficked Mexican youngster in Tijuana” and “raping a child sex trafficking victim” in TikTok and Twitter users’ compilations of Lee’s story.

He knew she was young, he watched her sobbing uncontrollably, shivering, and sneezing while he continued to viciously rape her, and then he rushed away thereafter, according to another tweet.

The pair has been referred to as “hilarious” and “sharp witted” by other commenters and listeners of the Von podcast.

Lee is a stand-up comedian who gained notoriety as a part of the MADtv cast from 2001 to 2009. Moreover, he has had appearances in the films “Pineapple Express” and “The Dictator,” as well as the television shows “Splitting Up Together,” “Reservation Dogs,” and “Magnum P.I.”

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