Officer and Comedian, Daryl Triplett’s Comedy Show: “All Cops Ain’t Bad” Builds Communities and Changes Narrative Through Laughter

Everyone has heard the story of comedians about the convict or arrestee, you have NEVER heard the story of the actual cop! You heard it right! How about hearing these mind-blowing stories from a true 25-year-old “OFFICER”.

Be careful, you will never look at the POLICE the same way again! Daryll’s comedy is a combination of Anecdotal, Heritage and Blue Collar. The other comics were also excellent. I just enjoyed the show, it left me laughing, wanting more. –HILARY WRIGHT

Armed with the only truth, watch comedian Daryll Triplett take the stage and make you cry with laughter, like only the Keep It Real officer can… – OUR FANS SAY

It was well done and the Keep It Real officer was at his best. I’ve never seen a cop stand up, the Keep It Real officer definitely raised the bar! – MARK REED QUINTIN ANGUS

It was not what I expected! Two minutes after the start of DARYLL TRIPLETT aka Officer Keep It Reals, a comedy show, the comedian addresses the elephant in the room… All Cops Ain’t Bad… so funny! – JACK STORM

The “All Cops Ain’t Bad” tour kicks off July 23 at the Strand Theater in Marietta, GA. Details for the black tie event and tickets can be found here:

Events – All Cop’s Ain’t Bad (allcopsaintbad.org)

Interview:

FMM: What can we expect on your show?

Expect the unexpected, there will be historic stories of knee strikes that will keep you on the edge of your chair.

Question: How does “All Cops Ain’t Bad” break down barriers?

Our hopes are to humanize the badge. To let the community know that we’re not all bad.

Question: In one of your skits, people say, “The police, I can’t stand them, I hate them.” You said, “Let me tell you guys something, are you ready for this? I agree with you. To explain.

Really simple and true… I can’t stand and hate bad ones. In the eyes of the cops, they have nothing to do with being a cop.

Question: Have you ever thought that your good sense of humor would be such a powerful force in joining the community?

Nope! I’ve always loved policing and stand-up comedy, but wanted to understand how to tie the two professions together.

Question: Tell us about the Black Tie Dinner + Comedy special event on July 23 at the Strand Theater in Marietta, GA.

Come celebrate our special event (Comedic Charity Black Tie Event) on July 23 and help bridge the gap between our communities and our cops. You don’t want to miss this evening, it will be full of laughter and fun!

Question: Why is All Cops Ain’t Bad a great way for families to start a conversation?

We want a natural playground for first responders and the community to come together and get to know each other and we believe there’s no better way to bridge the gap than through comedy.

Question: A percentage of ticket sales will go back to the community. Tell us more.

We are committed to giving back to victims of police brutality and first responders who have fallen in the line of duty. In order to begin any healing, their trust must be established. It is equally important for CABO to support both parties.

All Cops Ain’t Bad, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. We’ve partnered with Shine on Humanity, another 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization to offer and promote comedy concerts around the world.

Question: You spent 28 years as an officer. What do you want your legacy to be?

This crazy officer who really cared, who made a difference by bringing people together through comedy.

More info: www.allcopsaintbad.org

Video: https://www.fox5atlanta.com/video/1059584

Media Contact
Company Name: Not all cops are bad
Contact person: Media Relations
E-mail: Send an email
Country: United States
Website: www.allcopsaintbad.org

Javier E. Swan