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Louis C.K. Wrote “Charlie Hebdo” on His Shirt For His Madison Square Garden Show

Courtesy of Forrest Wickman

In the wake of Wednesday’s tragic terrorist attack on the staff of French weekly Charlie Hebdo, comedians far and wide voiced their support for the newspaper’s often controversial satire.  

The latest to join the chorus is none other than Louis C.K., who, as seen above, scrawled the paper’s name on his shirt for his Madison Square Garden show on Wednesday night. This isn’t the first time C.K. has come to the defense of fellow comedians, and his is a touching tribute to the lives lost in Paris.

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