His stint on Saturday Night Live proved that even though comedy changes so quickly, Chappelle's style has remained hilarious.
The voice behind that statement was unmistakably that of actor/comedian/writer Dave Chappelle, who will be making quite a splash within the internet media streaming scene when he makes his Netflix debut later this month with two comedy specials. This time around we get a short look at what to expect as Mr. Chappelle is seen getting into politics, societal issues and more. Two Cities, One Event features back-to-back sets filmed in Austin, Texas and Los Angeles, California, filmed over the last few years.
He touches on police brutality before pointing out that most black people are in danger from eating too much salt. The specials, both directed by Stan Lathan, mark his first in 12 years. Dave Chappelle returns with two stand-up specials from his personal comedy vault on March 21, only on Netflix.
As for topics covered, this snippet doesn't give away too much (aside from a few bits, including an unsurprisingly great O.J. joke).
The specials will be Chappelle's first since 2004's "For What It's Worth".