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EXCLUSIVE: BGT Comedian Brands Tyson Fury ‘Far Right’ Poster Boy in CRAZED Twitter Meltdown 

A COMEDIAN who branded White men ‘far-right’ and attacked working-class Brits on last Saturday’s Britain’s Got Talent went on a vile Twitter meltdown and attacked champion Boxer Tyson Fury, Politicalite can reveal. 

Black Lives Matter comedian Nabil Abdulrashid sparked a race row on the ITV talent show last week after he branded white people ‘far-right’, last night the show lost a whopping 4m viewers, now Politicalite can reveal one of the shows fat comedian’s more sinister motives intended to stir up hatred amid the Coronavirus pandemic. 

Nabil took to Twitter in June 2020 writing a string of offensive posts, in one – he attacked Tyson Fury – who has been on a mission to side with Black Lives Matter and promote Irish Traveller rights and branded him a ‘poster-boy’ for the far-right. 

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Vile Nabil branded Tyson Fury “Poster Boy for Far Right”

He branded one critic a ‘nonce’ after an outburst in which he tried to divide Whites and Muslims. 

Nabil wrote: “White people have parties through the night during quarantine and go sunbathe en masse in gardens and beaches… nothing. Eid approaches and people panic in advance of hoe Muslims spread a new jihadi Corona.” 

He went on: “White people rave it up all night across the country… neighbours get cross but do nothing. Black kids have a party in Brixton police show up dressed like power rangers clubs in hand.” 


The ITV talent show saw just 5.8 million tune in to its final – compared with 8.7 million who tuned in last year.  

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The show faced a fresh sling of complaints following the Black Lives Matter Ofcom debacle after a black comedian appeared to mock White people, sparking uproar online last week.

Politicalite can reveal the ITV show has been hit with more than 1,000 Ofcom complaints as of Tuesday following 733 objections over the Comedian Nabil Abdulrashid joking about race.

Nabil who was put through to the final by the judges made joked about racism and branded white people ‘far-right’. 

He said: “Angry far-white guys come out going: ‘Look at that, it’s terrible him doing jokes about being black and Muslim. If a white non-muslim did that it would be racist.’” 

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“Well, duh. That’s like me saying: Look at that guy kissing his wife, it’s romantic. But if I kiss her…”

Nabil also joked about white people mistaking him for rapper Big Narstie saying: “People watching will think that it’s another of one of those Black Lives Matter guys doing jokes about stop and search.”

“No, it’s a joke about being fat. Big Narstie and I are both fat, we just both happen to be black too. Don’t throw in the race card guys!””

He also joked about his “white, liberal, left-wing friend” saying: “We all have to have one because if I get killed, someone has to start the Gofundme.”

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Alesha Dixon, who told angry fans to ‘Kiss Her Black Ass’ last month said he was “brave” for tackling racism.

One fan wrote on Twitter: “So brave to talk about a subject that’s been politicised & rammed down our throats for months by every media outlet and corporation.”

Another said: “F*****g disgrace that was even shown. If that wasn’t racism I don’t know what was.”

One user wrote: “Black muslim gets to the final of BGT and says the right wing ‘snowflakes’ are sending him death threats.” 

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“The issue seems to be that yet again he was making fun of white people. We’ve simply had enough. Time to find a new topic to ridicule.” 


 ITV caused fury last month after blocking its viewers from replying to it’s woke Twitter statement about the politicisation of Saturday Night Telly that has seen a whopping 24,041 complaints to media regulator Ofcom. 

ITV said it “stands behind” its decision to broadcast the violent far-left piece of propaganda that left children screaming and running behind the sofa in fear. 

The row began following a highly political performance by Diversity on Britain’s Got Talent’s semi-final on the 5th of September.

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The performance included anti-Capitalist and pro-BLM messaging, despite the far-left Marxist group being linked to violent Antifa terrorists.

Black Lives Matter UK leader Sasha Johnson was even BANNED from social media after creating a racist political party barring white people and posting to Twitter that “whites” should be enslaved. 

The row was intensified after judge Ashley Banjo branded ITV viewers who took offence to the politicisation of Saturday Night Telly that they were “ignorant” and “racist” adding that they “Did Not Speak For the Great British Public”.

Fellow judge Alesha Dixon also caused a storm telling ITV viewers that they could “Kiss my black ass!” in comments that sent complaints skyrocketing last week and later said she would “quit” the ITV show if they did anything but back politicisation of Saturday Night TV. 

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ITV said in a statement: “Britain’s Got Talent has always been an inclusive show, which showcases diversity and supports strong storytelling in all forms and ITV stands behind the decision to broadcast Diversity’s performance on BGT.”

“Ashley and the group are a great example of the talent, creativity and diversity of modern Britain and their performance was an authentic, heartfelt response to many of the issues and events which have affected society in 2020.” added the ITV spokesperson. 

“Mr Banjo has since defended the Black Lives Matter-inspired performance on his social media.”

“In a post on Instagram, Mr Banjo quoted black right activist Martin Luther King, saying: “Stick with Love. Hate is too great a burden to bear.”

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“He added in an Instagram video: “It was layered.

“It was something we wanted to bring to the stage to give people hope, but also not to shy away from the difficult conversations and the difficult issues that have arisen this year.”

Following the row, the Boycott BGT campaign on social media saw the ITV programme shed a massive 450k viewers, overnight figures suggest.