Dapper Laughs, the man who made his name from jokes about sexism and rape, has attempted to dish out some career advice for young people receiving their GCSE results.
The comedian, who had his ITV show cancelled following a backlash after footage emerged of him appearing to say a female in his audience was "gagging for rape", told students:
Employers never check your GCSE's,it's all about your C.V, blag it,but be realistic,like you can't be a gynaecologist with GCSE's,apparently— Dapper (@dapperlaughs) August 20, 2015
Recently, Dapper, real name Daniel O'Reilly, blamed his critics for his rape jokes, saying they should've "educated him".
"Not once was I invited to learn more about sexual violence, rape and sexism and the problem with the attitude of men," he said in an interview.
"Instead of attacking me, why not educate me? I would happily accept it and then help and educate the millions of men who watch my stuff."
I remember the day I got my results, I've bagged up ever since.— Dapper (@dapperlaughs) August 20, 2015
The comedian then took a more serious tone and offered some more constructive advice, adding:
Seriously though, good luck to everyone getting their GCSE results, as important as it is to do well, it's your ambition that really counts.— Dapper (@dapperlaughs) August 20, 2015