Is this Amy Schumer vitriol a little overplayed by now? Ya, lil’ bit. But do I still find it hilarious to slam the joke stealing fraud that she is? Yes — very much.
So, if you haven’t heard, Amy Schumer has followed up her sky-rocket 2015 and 2016 with a nose dive in 2017.
First, she got caught stealing a joke from none other than Dave Chappelle, arguably the world’s greatest living stand-up comedian. Then just a couple of days later, she was busted for stealing jokes from Zach Galifianakis.
Then, maybe worst of all, her Netflix special bombed so bad and was so negatively reviewed that it literally caused Netflix to change their five-star rating system to a simple thumbs up or thumbs down. Now, her latest movie, the Goldie Hawn-starring Snatched is coming out soon, and I’m willing to bet my house (which I do not own yet) that it BOMBS. Needless to say, I think 2017 is going to be Schumer’s last in the spotlight.
And unfortunately for Schumer, her personal life is unraveling the same time as her professional life, as EW reports that her and her boyfriend Ben Hanisch have broken up
“Amy and Ben have ended their relationship after thoughtful consideration and remain friends,” a rep for Schumer tells PEOPLE.
The couple was together for nearly a year and a half, though the two were last photographed together in January and had been appearing less frequently on each other’s social media.
Schumer, 35, last posted a photo with Hanisch, 30, on March 12 ahead of the Golden Globes, which they attended together. The Chicago-based furniture designer did not accompany the star at the premiere of her latest film Snatchedearlier this month.
Sucks to suck, Schumer.