Jimmy Carr has shocked the world again with another offensive joke used in a Netflix show.
The UK comedian stars in the streaming platform's latest comedy showThe Best Of Netflix Is A Joke: The Festival.
I’m in Blackburn today. I’ll tell you what, it’s not that grim up north. pic.twitter.com/L8Ge4m5Civ
— Jimmy Carr (@jimmycarr) July 9, 2022
The new flick features a bunch of highlights of some of the biggest and best comedians across the globe with a few guests thrown in too including Snoop Dogg.
Also among the stars are Pete Davidson, Amy Schumer and of course Jimmy Carr.
The comedian who is almost 50, has come under backfire for telling a controversial 9/11 joke in the Netflix special.
This isn't the first time the heat has been turned up on Carr as he recently was slashed with complaints over a joke about the travelling community used in his own Netflix show His Dark Material.
The UK comedian suggests that the horrific terror attack on New York in 2001 is similar to the departure of Zayn Malik from the boy band One Direction.
Carr says that the audience "might think this is silly, but it’s absolutely true".
He continues by saying that when Zayn left the band, "for me, it was like 9/11 — I didn’t care about that either."
He finished by saying that "the more interesting story is how I met Osama."