On May 6th a man named Isaiah Lee rushed the stage during Dave Chappelle's comedy set at The Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles.


Charlie Murphy's brash, in-your-face personality earned him roles on the big screen in films like "Mo' Betta Blues," "CB4" and "Jungle Fever." Years later, he'd connect with a whole new generation, courtesy of Comedy Central's hit sketch series, "Chappelle's Show."


From 'Negrodamus' to 'Ask A Black Dude,' Mooney's comedic genius helped make "Chapelle's Show" a classic series

Shout out to Dave Chappelle ad Colin Kaepernick for being honored by Harvard! via: Shaderoom Dave Chappelle and Colin Kaepernick are among the eight recipients to be honored with Harvard’s W.E.B Du Bois Medal. According to The Hollywood Reporter, recipients of the medal are recognized for their contributions to black history and culture. All recipients of the […]

Dave Chappelle rarely does interviews, but recently opened up to Gayle King about his highly anticipated return to stand-up, walking away from Comedy Central and how he feels about “Key & Peele.” Chappelle is credited with pioneering sketch comedy on Comedy Central, in 2003, when he debuted The Chappelle Show, which parodied pop culture and […]


About three years ago Dave Chappelle triumphantly returned to the stage, performing his stand-up comedy around the country for adoring fans who had missed him when he voluntarily went off the grid after the end of his iconic Comedy Central classic sketch comedy series, The Chappelle Show. If you weren’t lucky enough to see him […]

It was the perfect timing to have Dave Chappelle host Saturday Night Live, only days after the country made Donald Trump its president elect.

Conservatives are cheering this funny man for roasting Hillary Clinton

At a standup performance in San Francisco, Chappelle was overcome with grief in remembering the late icon.

Dave Chappelle’s comeback tour isn’t exactly going as planned and it’s mostly because he got crazy drunk and left his fans demanding their money back,…