All of his comeback tour shows have been selling out in minutes, but Dave Chappelle has been accused of giving a less-than-coherent performance this past Thursday (April 23) in Detroit, Michigan.
The “Half-Baked” star played the Fillmore Theatre for a multi-night run and for his second gig of the night, fans booed, heckled and demanded their money back.
He loves to keep us guessing and Dave Chappelle appears to be back in the limelight given his cover spot on the December 2014 Men of the Year issue of GQ magazine.
In his interview, the former “Chappelle’s Show” star discusses the fact that he pretty much disappeared into thin air in recent years.
Back in 2005 he was on top of the world with a hit cable series and plenty of love from his fans, but Dave Chappelle elected to hit the eject button on “Chapelle’s Show” despite it all.
During his interview on “The Late Show with David Letterman,” the “Half-Baked” star explained, "I don't talk about it. Listen, here it is: Technically, I never quit. I'm seven years late for work."
He’s most known for his comedic behavior, but Dave Chappelle was the reason behind an emergency landing in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on Friday night (July 2).
TMZ is reporting that a private jet with the “Chappelle Show” funnyman was forced to land because the pilot couldn’t handle his erratic behavior.