A new comedy special isn’t on the horizon at this time. Even though Netflix is still riding the Dave Chappelle bandwagon, the company discreetly released What’s In A Name, a documentary about a speech Chappelle gave at a naming ceremony for the Duke Ellington School of the Arts in Washington, D.C. in June.
Chappelle was not well-received by the kids, who were enraged.
After he and his pals gathered the most money for the facility, the appearance was to be for a theatre that would be named for Chappelle in honor of his support of the institution.
Since then, his long-running transgender issue in The Closer has put a halt to those intentions. instead of calling it the Theater for Creative Freedom and Expression, he came up with that moniker.
The speech goes into detail on Dave Chappelle’s past before highlighting his primary point: “The more you say I can’t say something, the more vital it is for me to say it.”
His work has been defined and evaluated in a speech by Chappelle.
- Keanu Reeves Meets a Young Fan in A Sweet Moment at The Airport
- Hayden Panettiere On Her Relationship With Her Daughter Kaya, 7: ‘She Still Loves Me’
- Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker Break Their Silence After the Drummer’s Hospitalization for ‘Severe, Life-Threatening Pancreatitis’
This man masquerading as a woman tried to throw a pie at the Mona Lisa, and I read about it in the press. ‘It’s like The Closer’ came to my mind when I saw it.'”
Chappelle claimed that The Closer has gotten a bad rap in the media.
In his opinion, it is impossible to report on an artist’s work and eliminate all of the artistic complexity.
To use the comedian’s example, it would be like reporting about a man being shot in the face by a huge rabbit but failing to disclose that the work depicted was a Bugs Bunny cartoon.
“What you’re saying has nothing to do with what I can’t tell you. It’s all about my right to express myself creatively.”
To know more updates about entertainment information please checkout landscapeinsight.com