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Why Dave Chappelle Stormed Off Stage During Show In Hartford



Dave Chappelle angered fans on Thursday night after he stormed off stage in the middle of his performance.

The comedian was performing at the Comcast Theatre in Hartford when he stopped his act because the crowd was too loud. As the audience continued their reported unruly behavior, Chappelle took a seat on a nearby stool for 25 minutes before eventually walking off stage.

According to NBC Connecticut, some fans were so upset they wanted a refund. The publication reported that one witness claimed that the comedian “didn’t do anything. He just stood there. He wanted quiet. He wanted everyone to be quiet while he performed.”

Chappelle is currently headlining the 15-city Funny or Die Oddball Comedy & Curiosity Tour.

Sound off below: Do you agree with Dave’s decision to walk off stage?

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  1. Andrew

    August 30, 2013 at 7:16 AM

    When your not around for a decade people tend to get excited and cheer and whistle, hes a grown @$$ man and a “professional” comedian, get over it. I was very disappointed with him. The rest of the show was great.

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Diddy Takes On Vogue’s ’73 Questions’ … 15 Interesting Facts You Never Knew About The Rapper



Diddy just took on Vogue’s ’73 Questions’ and unveiled some random facts we never knew! So here are 15 of the most interesting — aside from the fact he went by his pseudo moniker, Love.

Why’d you move to LA: For the kids, the family the weather.

Biggest strength: My belief in God.

Biggest weakness: Fried chicken.

One thing you need every morning: I need a hug.

Biggest inspiration: My mother.

Last movie to make you cry with laughter: Eddie Murphy, Delirious.

Favorite food: Soul food.

Favorite midnight snack: Apple pie and ice cream.

To kick off a party, what song do you play: Dougie Fresh and Slick Rick’s “The Show.”

Most lavish, over the top, outrageously extravagant decoration on display: The Declaration of Independence at one of my 4th of July parties.

Style Icons: Dapper Dan.

Favorite Grammy: Hip Hop Album of the Year, No Way Out. 

First musical memory: Seeing James Brown at the Apollo.

Hope for the future: That my people, African Americans, will get a chance to build some economic wealth to make some positive changes in our community so we can stop asking people for things … that my people just get a piece of mind.

True or false – He takes a bath every night: True.

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