Michael Che gay rumors have been going on for a couple of years now. Stay with the article to find out more about Che.
Michael is an American stand-up comedian best known for his work in SNL (Saturday Night Live). Che also works as a writer and actor. Michael is the co-head writer and co-anchor for the Weekend Update.
Michael co-hosted the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards with Colin Jost. He became the Weekend Update co-anchor in September 2014 alongside Colin Jost.
Is Michael Che Gay?
Michael Che has not come out as gay in public yet.
He got into a lot of trouble in an episode of “Saturday Night Live” for telling a controversial transphobic joke. Many fans of the show and Twitter users heavily criticized Michael for the insensitive and transphobic joke.
This was not his first time telling a controversial joke as people tweeted Che is vomiting out another transphobic joke, reports Salon.
Let’s put people in their place this morning!
— TagStandups (@TagStandupz) May 27, 2021
There are many Reddit threads about people discussing if Michael is gay. He was criticized for his stand-up special in 2016, where he used a transphobic slur.
Michael being gay is just rumors as of now until he comes clean about his sexuality.
Meet His Wife Or Girlfriend
It is unclear if Michael Che is married and has a wife.
He has not posted any pictures related to his wife or girlfriend on his Instagram account.
He prefers to keep the details of his personal life away from the media.
Who Is Michael Che?
Michael Che was born on May 19, 1983, and his current age is 38 years.
He was born and raised in New York City, New York, and he went to the Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School. Michael started his stand-up journey in 2009, where he performed many sets per night.
We talked with #MichaelChe about his new @hbomax series #ThatDamnMichaelChe and how he wanted to create a sketch show which spoke to a lot of personal elements as well as larger societal commentary + how his time on @nbc‘s SNL has evolved his skills!
— In Creative Company (@theincreativeco) June 1, 2021
Michael made an appearance on the Late Show with David Letterman in 2012. He was listed as “10 Comics to Watch” by several magazines, including Variety.