The 30 Most Controversial Performers in the History of Comedy

28. Daniel Tosh

The former talk show host has a style of humor that often involves edgy and offensive jokes. He is known for pushing the limits of what is socially acceptable, often targeting sensitive topics such as race and sexuality. Tosh’s comedy often involves shocking his audiences with his blunt and unapologetic delivery. He has been accused of making fun of marginalized groups and trivializing serious issues, which has led to criticism and backlash from some audience members and critics.

Tosh has also been involved in several controversies throughout his career, including an incident where he made a controversial joke about rape during a stand-up performance.

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