Well it’s so surprise that comedian Russell Brand is up to his usual antics. He recently stunned many at the GQ Men of the Year Awards this past week. According to Digital Spy, he picked on Boris Johnson for taking the Syria disaster lightly and allegedly enacted a Hitler salute.
When coming onstage to pick up his Oracle trophy, the disputable funny man took an attempt at the London mayor, who had already picked up the ‘Politician of the Year’ cymbal. Then he picked out promoter Hugo Boss’s connection to the Nazis.
Russell said “I am pleased to stand on the stage where Boris Johnson had recently made light of the situation with the use of chemical weapons in Syria. This means that GQ can bear with genocide quips.”
"I say this only to make the next remake a little more lighthearted because if you know about the history and fashion world, you would know Hugo Boss created the uniforms for the Nazis. They did look freaking amazing, let’s confront the facts, while they were murdering people on the foundation of their sexuality and race."
It was rumored that Russell greeted the audience before bringing up Hitler by announcing “He may not know this but he’s flying off the shelves.”
Brand also explained his Oracle trophy as “something that was just made up,” also by saying “I look back at receiving these awards by making fun of people.”
As reported by The Sun, the comedian was later thrown out of the GQ after party, shouting “Nazi supporters” as he was taken way.
On September 4th Russell indicated on Twitter at the problems his comments caused.
He tweeted “GQ writer: What you done was disrespectful to Hugo Boss. Me: What Hugo Boss fulfilled was disrespectful to the Jews #GQAwards #nazitailor.”
He also used the website to renounce allegations that he slept with transgender celebrity Big Brother roommate Lauren Harries.
That must have been one crazy night for Russell Brand.