Comedian Bastian Bielendorfer became known with jokes about his life as a teacher's child, but the 38-year-old can also be political. He takes a clear position against the right - even if not everyone likes it. In a video that he published on his social media channels, Bielendorfer reported on an incident after one of his performances.
In Duisburg, Bielendorfer had recorded his comedy program for RTL, with 1,200 viewers. It was also about the AfD – and apparently at least one viewer had a problem with that. She reported to the comedian and complained, as Bielendorfer reports in his video: "I would have said something about fascism in the Bundestag and about the AfD."
The comedian's clear statement: "I don't want money from people like you. I don't want to earn a dime with a ticket you bought." As Bielendorfer said, the woman actually sent him her account details and got her money back. At the same time, he announced that he would transfer ten times the amount to the refugee aid of the German Red Cross - to annoy the dissatisfied viewer, whose profile, according to Bielendorfer, is "eaten up" by xenophobia.
Otherwise, Bielendorfer was very satisfied with the recording of his show, he received a lot of positive feedback. However, the "Let's Dance" star had a clear message for the dissatisfied viewer in his "little message all fascists and AFD voters who got lost in my program": "Please never come to one of my shows again."
Source: Bastian Bielendorfer on Twitter