Focusing on 'Dear White People' Showrunner Ignores The Black Trans Women Who Will Suffer For Dave Chappelle’s Rhetoric
It’s no coincidence this is the conversation people opted to have instead of the one about transphobia. It’s much easier to focus on the oppression we experience rather than the oppression we inflict.
His Trump jokes were largely a miss and his smoking on stage drew notable ire. Still, Chappelle spoke his truth about being Black in America.
Dave Chappelle Claps Back At Critics And Honors Stan Lathan After Winning Three Emmys For ‘Sticks And Stones’
"You motherf***ers finally—gave him an Emmy tonight," Chappelle said about Lathan, his director.
He won the award for his work on Dave Chappelle's 2019 stand up comedy show "Sticks & Stones."
The artist formerly known as Mos Def premieres his new work exploring Black royalty through music-and-art at Brooklyn Museum.
The actress and comedian is accusing the network of attempting to drastically underpay her for a standup special.
Tons of Chappelle's celebrity friends were there to honor him with performances from Common, Erykah Badu, John Legend and more.
The comedian makes fun of the sexual assault allegations against Jackson put forward by Wade Robson and James Safechuck.
The album consists of 15 unleased Prince demos that were selected by Jay-Z.
Dave Chappelle Regrets Previous Trump Comments: 'I Think The Rhetoric Of His Presidency Is Repugnant'
In his "Saturday Night Live" monologue in 2016, the comedian said the country should give President Donald Trump a chance.
The comedian says that Trump’s presidency is like a “bad DJ at a good party.”
Badu, Donald Glover, Chris Rock, Trevor Noah and The Roots will join the comedian for new shows in August.
The comedian regrets telling Americans to give the 45th president a chance.
The comedian sat down with Jimmy Kimmel for a funny and candid interview.