Louis C.K. won the Grammy award for his comedy special named "Sincerely Louis C.K.," which was released in 2020. The comedian won in the Best Comedy Album category and Twitter users couldn't hold back from sharing their thoughts.

"I wasn't surprised that Louis C.K. beat Chelsea Handler for the Grammy for best comedy album," one of the Twitter users wrote referring to the sexual misconduct accusations against the comedian. "Finishing in front of a woman without her consent is what he does."

The 54-year-old comedian was accused of sexual misconduct in 2017 by many women and later, he admitted that he did masturbate in front of women without their consent.

Another user noted how comedians were mad at Will Smith for slapping Chris Rock during the Academy Awards last week but they aren't afraid of the "actual predator."

"And after precisely 7 days of non-stop 'the slap was Super Triggering' discourse to the point where smith resigned from the academy, louis c.k. wins a grammy," a user reacted to the comedian’s win.

A fan questioned, "So people like Louis C.K. gets to keep his award and continue his career despite his disturbing sexual allegations. But one slap, and Will Smith loses his movies. Cancel culture, am I right?"

Considering Louis’ latest special that was released after the sexual misconduct allegations, the comedian joked about how he likes to jerk off in front of “folks and amaze them.”

"I like jerking off, I don’t like being alone, that’s all I can tell you. I get lonely, it’s just sad. I like company," Louis said during his comedy special, ETCanada reported. "I like to share. I’m good at it, too. If you’re good at juggling, you wouldn’t do it alone in the dark. You’d gather folks and amaze them."

"If you want to do it with someone else, you need to ask first," he noted.

Louis also said that "women know how to seem okay when they’re not okay," suggesting that it confuses men.

"But if they say yes, you still don’t get to go ‘Woo!’ and charge ahead," the comedian added. "You need to check in often, I guess that’s what I’d say. It’s not always clear how people feel. Men are taught to make sure the woman is okay. The thing is, women know how to seem okay when they’re not okay."

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Louis C.K. attends FX and Vanity Fair Emmy Celebration at Craft on Sept. 16, 2017 in Century City, California. Getty Images/Rich Fury