Stormy Daniels turns to stand-up comedy and roasts 'tiny' Trump only to get blasted online

Stormy Daniels turns to stand-up comedy and roasts 'tiny' Trump only to get blasted online
Stormy Daniels mocked Donald Trump during her stand-up comedy performance (Getty Images)

NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA: After giving testimony in Donald Trump’s hush money trial, Stormy Daniels ventured into stand-up comedy, reportedly making jokes at the expense of the former president.

The event titled ‘Stormy Daniels' One Night Stand’ took place on June 19 at the AllWays Lounge, OK! Magazine reported.

NEW YORK, NY - APRIL 16: Adult film actress Stormy Daniels (Stephanie Clifford) exits the United Sta
Stormy Daniels did a stand-up comedy show (Getty Images)

Stormy Daniels roasts Trump and reflects on legal battle in stand-up comedy debut

During the show, the former pornographic film actress reportedly discussed a wide range of topics, including her career and her 2006 sexual encounter with Trump, whom she humorously referred to as “Tiny” multiple times, quipping, “I just don’t know when it’s best to keep my mouth shut.”

Taking a dig at Trump’s reported napping instances in the Manhattan courtroom, she mentioned, “Well, at least he didn’t fall asleep during my testimony.” At one point, Daniels even said, “Not voting for Biden equals a vote for Trump.”

Her stand-up show occurred weeks after Trump was implicated and convicted in the hush money case, where it was proven that he paid hundreds of millions of dollars to Daniels to silence her about their affair as the 2016 election approached. The Republican leader is expected to receive a sentence on July 11.

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Following the verdict, Daniels gave an interview with ‘Good Morning Britain,' where she reportedly said, “I don’t know if I’ve quite processed it yet. I made the mistake of thinking that it would be like a movie, that the verdict would be the end, the finale and it would just end and the credits would roll and life would go back ... I don’t think that my life will ever be normal.”

In June, the 45-year-old told The Mirror, “I think he should be sentenced to jail and some community service working for the less fortunate or being the volunteer punching bag at a women's shelter.”

“He is completely and utterly out of touch with reality,” she asserted.

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Stormy Daniels gave testimony in Trump's trial (Getty Images)

Daniels also reflected on her experience inside the courtroom, saying, “You always feel like you’re the bad guy, even when you’re just standing up on that stand.”

“Being in court was so intimidating with the jurors looking at you, but I’m glad that the stuff came out in court that wanted to come out and prove, like I said, I’ve been telling the truth the entire time,” she added.

Netizens share mixed feelings about Stormy Daniels’ comedy show

Meanwhile, Daniels’ stand-up comedy has elicited a range of responses online, with one user commenting, "Aww, the money's running out."


Another user commented, “Wow !!! Was it any good ??”


A user tweeted, “Where's her gag order?”


Another user stated, “Lmbooooo why not?! Right now everyone is playing a comedian. She’s probably funny.”



One more user added, “Since she couldn’t keep her whore mouth shut, does she have to give the hush money back?”


“‘Her truth’ is a BS phrase. It’s either true or her perspective,” a tweet read.


Another tweet read, “I will watch Stormy Daniels every day rather than watching crazy old convicted felon rambling on sharks and movie characters.”

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