OK... so that's probably unlikely, but the Trainwreck star did address the incident at her Tampa, Florida, show over the weekend, where several fans walked out after she lambasted presidential hopeful Donald Trump.
"These kids are performing @thegarden tonight," the 35-year-old comedian shared to Instagram on Tuesday. "And so are these gals! @rachelfeinstein_ @marknormand and I are putting on a squeaky clean show #msg #tampaapologytour."
Schumer takes her act to New York City's Madison Square Garden on Tuesday night, where she'll probably be performing to a friendlier crowd than the one in the hotly contested battleground state of Florida.
At the Tampa show, an insider tells ET that Schumer went after Trump for several minutes, calling him an "orange, sexual-assaulting, fake-college-starting monster," which drew both cheers and boos from the audience.
Since the leak of a 2005 conversation with Billy Bush, where Trump can be heard making disparaging comments about women, several women have come forward accusing the Republican nominee of inappropriate sexual conduct. Trump and his campaign have vigorously denied all allegations.
“Of course, we’re in Florida, you’re going to boo,” Schumer reacted. “I know you’re here to laugh, but you choose how you’re going to live your life, and it’s just too important."
Despite the tension with some audience members, Schumer told ET on Monday that the crowd was largely friendly.
"I loved the crowd and my show in Tampa last night!" she said in a statement. "I want to thank the 8,400 people who stayed. We had a great time! We have always depended on comedians to make us laugh and tell the truth. I am proud to continue that tradition."
And Schumer didn't leave her cause on the stage while in Florida.
The actress posted to Instagram that she and her brother were registering voters in the Sunshine State, writing, "With my brother registering voters in Florida. Registration was extended to the 18th ."