“I’m doing okay, considering. I’m obviously very hurt and angry that she had to go through all that pain alone,” the 36-year-old comedian wrote in a lengthy Instagram. “But I’m also happy that she’s not in pain anymore. And I also feel guilty for feeling happy. Basically the whole gamut of complex feelings everybody else has losing someone very close and special. I’m not unique. But it’s still scary.”
The note then takes on the contours of a particularly late-in-the-program “SNL” skit, riffing on various conspiracy theories — like that 5G networks cause the virus, writing, “I actually believe this is is 5G poisoning. And not because I’ve done any research on this, or even understand what 5G really is.”
He added of the theory that COVID-19 developed because of a human-ingested bat, “I just refuse to believe I lost my sweet, beautiful grandma because some n—a ate a bat one time.”
In the post, Che also talks heavily about eating healthy foods, condemns the fast-food industry for delivering, and goes after the media.
“Maybe tell people what they should be eating and what foods to avoid … instead of just posting death tolls as your lead story every g—-mn day!” he writes.
He also brought up Netflix’s popular documentary, “Tiger King,” “If we can spend 6 hours watching some tweaker raise tigers, then we can spend a few minutes finding out how to not poison ourselves.”
At the end of the multi-slide post, he circles back to the bat, adding, “I bet somebody tried to warn him, like, ‘That bat smells a little funny. And his dumbass was probably like, ‘Ehhhhh, what’s the worst that could happen?’ Whatever. I’m just mad.”