The comedian starts off by saying that he has never had a problem with white people in his life, but "poor whites" are his least favorite kind because of all the trouble they're causing. No matter which side you were on, or what table you were hiding under, the relentless drumbeat of bad, weird, scary, confusing and infuriating headlines were enough to make you want to erase it all and start over.
"It's a Celebration, Bitches" begins at 9:00 a.m. ET/PT, with all 28 episodes of Chappelle's Show running nonstop and culminating in a Midnight presentation of the seminal Chappelle stand-up special Killin' Them Softly.
The first one, Dave Chappelle: Equanimity was recently announced already, and today, Dave Chappelle: The Bird Revelation has also been announced to drop on the same day. I listened to them say naive poor white people things: "Man, Donald Trump's gonna go to Warshington, and he's gonna fight for us".
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In a teaser for the new special, Chappelle's jokes for Equanimity seem to largely revolve around economic and social issues. Chappelle has slammed Mr. Trump in the past.
"And I'm standing there thinking in my mind, you dumb motherf--er".
Meanwhile, Comedy Central is also giving viewers Chappelle for New Year's.
The streaming service had previously announced that his show Equanimity, was to be released on December 31. He's fighting for me'. The specials-The Age of Spin: Dave Chappelle Live at the Hollywood Palladium and Deep in the Heart of Texas: Dave Chappelle Live at Austin City Limits-have pulled the comedian back into the mainstream for the first time in years, though they haven't received wholly rapturous reviews.