“Dave Chappelle Celebrates 50th Birthday with Star-Studded NYC Show”
– Dave Chappelle marked his 50th birthday with a show in New York City featuring John Mayer, Busta Rhymes, Common, T.I., and Pete Davidson.
– Pete Davidson entertained the audience by joking about his recent stint in rehab, joking that doing drugs as a 30-year-old would no longer be cute.
Dave Chappelle celebrated his milestone 50th birthday with a star-studded show in New York City. The event featured performances and appearances from renowned artists including John Mayer, Busta Rhymes, Common, T.I., and Pete Davidson. The Hollywood Reporter revealed that Pete Davidson entertained the audience with jokes about his recently completed stint in rehab. As he approaches his thirtieth birthday in November, Davidson humorously remarked that doing drugs as a 30-year-old would no longer be considered cute.
In addition to the impressive lineup of musicians, other comedians took the stage before Chappelle, including Pete Davidson’s former Saturday Night Live castmate Michael Che, Ronnie Chung from The Daily Show, Michelle Wolf, and Jeff Ross. Chappelle also took the opportunity to celebrate the 50th anniversary of hip-hop alongside rappers Common, T.I., and Busta Rhymes. These talented artists performed their hits and praised Chappelle for his comedic genius.
The show was not short on surprises and special guests. Former heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson was also in attendance and received cheers when he took the stage. This memorable show marked the end of Chappelle’s four-show run at Madison Square Garden in New York City, which served as the kickoff for his highly anticipated “It’s a Celebration B****** Tour.” The tour will continue with stops in cities such as Cleveland, Detroit, New Orleans, Nashville, Chicago, and Kansas City, Missouri this fall.
The Madison Square Garden shows were filled with even more special guests, including Chris Rock, Jon Stewart, Aziz Ansari, George Wallace, Lunell, Donnell Rawlings, Earthquake, Nas, The Roots, De La Soul, Ludacris, Travis Scott, and Burna Boy. These renowned performers added to the already incredible lineup and made the shows truly unforgettable.