Chrissie Mayr announced the joint Apology Tour comedy show with Jocelyn Chia in Malaysia on her Instagram account.
American comedian Chrissie Mayr was previously criticised for supporting American-based comedian Jocelyn Chia after the latter made a joke about the missing MH370 flight.
However, the backlash did not stop either of them and Mayr took it another step further to announce their joint comedy show in Kuala Lumpur.
Mayr posted an Instagram post about their alleged joint Apology Tour around Malaysia that would be held at Live House Kuala Lumpur in August.
Before anyone sharpens their machetes, the announcement is likely fake to rile up more Malaysians and fuel the women’s current notoriety.
One of the signs that it’s probably a fake show is there’s no way to purchase tickets. Mayr did not provide any links to a ticket site.
The second sign is the defunct venue. Live House Kuala Lumpur has been permanently shuttered since 2019, based on the venue’s lack of social media activity.
In addition, the Malaysian police have requested Interpol for help to track Chia. There would be no way Chia would choose to be in an area close to our local authorities.
Then again, maybe the two women will take the challenge and really cement themselves in the hall of infamy.
Nevertheless, Mayr’s post baited angered netizens hook, line, and sinker. Some of them called for a boycott and for the authorities to ban the show.