Dave Chappelle was physically attacked.

Dave Chappelle was clearly safe after a group of people part hurried the stage and genuinely went after the jokester in his presentation in Los Angeles Tuesday night.

Safety faculty pursued the aggressor until they kept him off stage at the Hollywood Bowl.

The aggressor was subsequently accompanied from the setting on a cot and seemed to have wounds to his arm and face.

The entertainer seemed to lose his poise quickly, and later kidded:

"That was a trans man," a get back to prior words in his set that recommended he felt went after by transsexual individuals, and past material that has been condemned as transphobic.

At a certain point, Chappelle vanished from view to find the attacker. At the point when he returned, he said, "I've been doing this 35 years.

I just stepped a [n-word] behind the stage — generally needed to do that," seeming to allude to his attacker.

In October, Chappelle confronted discussion over his 2021 Netflix exceptional The Closer.

In the exceptional, Chappelle kids about trans ladies and their genitalia and guards J.K. Rowling against pundits who say she is transphobic.

The altercation also follows another high-profile stage attack, in which actor Will Smith slapped comedian Chris Rock for a joke,

Rock told about Smith's wife, Jada Pinkett Smith, on the Oscars stage in March.


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