By: Annie Scaramuzzino

Amy Schumer hasn’t been having the best luck with social media over the past couple of days.

After one of her former writers, Kurt Metzger, was slammed for making controversial comments about sexual assault on Twitter, Schumer took to site to say that she did not approve of his statements.

When people then started saying that the Schumer had fired Metzger from Inside Amy Schumer, the Trainwreck star followed up with another tweet that made fans think the show had been canceled altogether.

“I didn’t fire Kurt,” she wrote. “He isn’t a writer for my show because we aren’t making the show anymore. There are no writers for it.”

However, when rumors started circulating about Comedy Central giving Inside Amy Schumer the ax, the comedian/actress returned to clear things up one last time.


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