Leslie Jones made some power moves to support her fellow comics.

The “Saturday Night Live” alum chatted with the New York Times as her new comedy special, “Time Machine”, dropped on Netflix and opened up about her decision to boycott the Comedy Cellar club in New York City, where Louis C.K. is a regular performer.

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According to Jones, the club’s decision to host C.K. and his comedy wasn’t right. C.K. admitted to multiple allegations of sexual misconduct in 2018.

“I am at the age when I will get off the boat and get on another damn boat,” she explained.

“I knew girls,” Jones continued. “And they got to walk into the club and see him talking to the owner. That ain’t cool.”

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Jones has since moved on to the Comic Strip, where “they took his picture down. Mine’s up.”

“Time Machine” is streaming now on Netflix.

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