Former ‘Saturday Night Live’ Writer Kevin Brennan Mocks Matthew Perry’s Death

We’re utterly flabbergasted right now!

In the aftermath of the surprising and tragically absurd demise of Matthew Perry, the ex-Saturday Night Live jokester and word-wrangler, Kevin Brennan, has decided to comment on the matter in a way that would make even the crickets cringe. Right after the heart-wrenching news splashed across the screens, this comedian-extraordinaire (we use that term loosely) jumped on the Twitter train to react. But boy, did he miss the station on this one. Instead of expressing sympathy or understanding, he decided to go the extra mile by poking fun at the peculiar manner in which the late actor met his watery end.

So, apparently, Matthew met his untimely demise in a jacuzzi, perhaps amidst an unfortunate game of underwater cards, or more dramatically, while practicing his synchronized swimming solo routine. The cause, some say, was a cardiac caper that led to an aquatic escapade. And what did Brennan do? He couldn’t help but pen this nugget of comedic genius: “DROWNED IN A HOT TUB. HAHAHAHA.”

Well, isn’t that just a delightful bouquet of roses on a grave, or should we say, a jacuzzi bubbly gesture?

Now, if you’re wondering who Kevin Brennan is, he’s the older sibling of the slightly more triumphant Neal Brennan, the mastermind behind Chappelle’s Show. These two have a relationship that’s frostier than an ice cream truck in Antarctica. In fact, they’ve had a falling out that’s so deep, they could give the Grand Canyon a run for its money. We can’t help but wonder why, but hey, it’s a real mystery wrapped in an enigma, inside a family feud.

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Naturally, this post unleashed a tempest in a teapot. But instead of grabbing a life preserver and steering his Twitter ship back to the land of sensitivity, Brennan decided to double down on the mockery. He’s been firing off more posts that are so inappropriate they’d make a hyena blush. And if you’re brave enough to peek, here’s a taste of the appalling buffet: “I didn’t mock it. I just thought it was funny. But I do love it when junkies die.” “Love” it? Yeesh, that’s absolutely stomach-churning. It’s like laughing at a banana peel slip-up, but instead of a banana, it’s someone’s tragic fate.

A whirlwind tour of the absurdity that is Kevin Brennan’s comedic stylings. Let’s hope the hot tub of humor bubbles up something a tad more considerate next time!


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