Dave Chappelle Reportedly Taped A Stand-Up Special For HBO Over The Weekend

It’s been 10 years since Dave Chappelle released his solo stand-up special, For What It’s Worth. 

But good things come to those who wait.

According to Comedy Hype, the 41-year-old comedian report will air an “untitled” stand-up special premiering on HBO. The buzz originated when spectators at his ACL Live show in Austin, Texas over the weekend revealed that he taped the routine.

And if these two fans are any indication, it looks like he’s still got it.

The dude in the second tweet loved it so much, he didn’t bother making sure his tweet made sense before posting it.

The HBO airing date has yet to be released, but just the news itself should be enough to make you…

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