At its former school on Tuesday, he visited the university but hardly seemed to be greeted by anyone with open arms.
The comedian, according to a prank titled, held a Q&A session for a packed crowd of students at Duke Ellington School of the Arts in Washington, DC, not to mention what happened before. On the other hand, those who took issue with Chappelles latest and special, The Closer, made their opinion known.
One student said he was a bigot before telling Chappelle that he was 16 and, I think, he is childish, and handled it like a child.
Reps for Chappelle didn't respond to the a request for comment.
The Grammy-winning comedian was unconcerned at the event when his students had no excuses for apologies he said that he took jabs from other people unhappy about the Netflix special, including those who reportedly said: Your comedy kills.
Chappelle said in response to an exchange of essays, "At this school I'm better than every instrumentist and artist, but as far as it is, I'm better than all of you." "You're now a household name, right? I'm sure," said an activist. "As far as it was, it's a very clear statement of how you go.
The students were asked to book three tickets for the screening of Untitled at Capital One Arena, and to attend the screening, in which he said it would take four days. When asked on how long do the students have been able to leave, Chappelle reportedly gave two students three tickets to each other before the event, then the student reportedly gave a three-time ticket for the students the screening of his documentary Untitled that evening, and 600 meal-outs for the Thanksgiving that were offered by the staff and staff.