They can make you or break you and it’s always their side of the story that makes the news. I never heard this angle before.
TooManyCookz: Watched Chapelle’s two standups on Netflix last night and at the end of The Bird Revelation he said that the novel, Pimp, encapsulates what happened to him and why he went to Africa.
In it, a prostitute is basically tricked into continuing to whore herself out by being convinced that she accidentally killed a John but the entire thing was a ruse by her pimp.
He said *that* is a metaphor of what happened to him.
It’s up to us to decipher his meaning.
Chibibaki: Katt Wiliams has been speaking without a filter for a long time but I still think he isnt saying everything. He probably knows insider stories that could blow our minds.
Clydesco: Moving forward now Dave’s new material will be awesome. Let’s just all “kick her in the p—-“!
potatosurplus: Gaslighting is how Hollywood operates, basically.
bittermanscolon: It can’t be any other way. Very good to get confirmation and some details on it.
aevans395: Anyone catch father figures? Not a great movie but the last line of the film is Katt williams saying “by the way the illuminati is real”.
sailorchubbybutt: Illuminati describes what happened to fellow member.
Regarding Dave Chapelle
There was a post a few days ago talking about the two new specials Dave Chapelle’s two new specials. Actually two I think. One was referring to alleged pedo symbols in the opening of the first one (which imo, is not just a stretch but just utter bullshit, but that’s not why I’m posting). And another one suggesting he was cloned or some shit because people don’t understand how 10 or 15 years Ages a man. I, however have a different take on them that I think is relevant here.
Both specials were fantastic, imo, and MUCH better than the first two (which were also really good). I watched Equanimity last night and was surprised how not just funny, but poignant it was. Today, I watched the other one, in fact I just finished it a few minutes ago, and well..
It’s good. It’s REALLY good. I still maintain that Dave is one of the good guys (so far as anyone in Hollywood can be anyway, but I DO think there’s a few).
In particular, the last 15 minutes of the the second part gave me chills.
Throughout both specials he drops a ton of hints and references to just how much of a fucking cesspool Hollywood is. But the story about the pimp at the end is terrifying, and lays out exactly what many on here talk about when they discuss the kind of staged blackmail the elites use to control people.
There’s not a lot of laughs in that segment, but telling that story and referring to it as the Capitalist Manifesto is spot on. And for some bonus relevance he also touches on Michael Jackson in one of them, which has also been discussed here lately.
I would definitely recommend them both to anyone on this sub, I’m honestly surprised Netflix let him say this stuff; but they’ve slid a handful of gems in there lately (Oliver stone’s show is another one I can’t recommend enough for example). Both specials are FULL of stuff like that.
Anyway, sorry for shilling for Dave Chapelle, but I honestly do believe they’re both really funny and worth checking out, and wanted to balance out the insanity of the post trying to link him to pedophilia.
wow-wuh-woo-wuh: There is a part in the second one where he actually says that there are far worse things in Hollywood happening than the sex scandals currently leaking, but he says he’s not gonna talk about it… seriously what did he know/see that made him walk away from that kind of money/power/fame? I think he is a good person at heart and walked away when he discovered some truly fucked up shit.
DarthStem: I watched Equanimity last night also and plan on watching the 2nd one tonight as well. I like Dave because he speaks the truth but does it in a way that most people don’t realize its not part of a bit until the bit is over.
I like how he has gotten to the “I don’t give a fuck I’ll say what I want” phase. Kinda like the black George Carlin in a way. Dave is a national treasure.
WindCriesnnary: I agree. I think part of the recent Chapelle smear campaign is the fact that he disses Trump in his new special, and some of the folks here can’t comprehend that, even though he had a message of unity in his special. It seemed to go over their heads, blinded by partisan/demagogue support.
Reality_is_a_scam: I completely agree, with his closing bit Dave transcends the role of mere comedian and becomes a great story teller.
RemixxMG: Yeah. When he mentioned cointelpro I was like…holy shit, David. He’s done his research for sure. Sure he’s had his fair share of personal experience too.
MACKSBEE: Which pedo symbols were in the beginning?
TheHighBlatman: I think the symbols were done intentionally but not cuz Dave is a pedo or whatever. He knows he’s loved in the conspiracy community. He probs did it as a little “We both know, you know what I’ve known”
Listen, Dave’s Iceberg story was him explaining he ran away to Africa because he basically was going to be “initiated” and we know how they “initiate” people. Blackmail pictures, shit eating, gay orgies, sacrifices, whatever.
He split, cuz they were trying to indenture him into the servitude of the “X” and he left. “What of the rapes aren’t the worst of it?”
Dave is well aware of the “X” Those symbols were intentional.
AreEternal: Dave Shillpelle! Jk
spite_baby: His two new specials gave me chills. Honesty is prime in comedy for me and Chappelle was so honest it was almost painful at times. I hope he keeps putting out something creative. The world needs him.
IAmThatIAm001: I havent used Netflix in more than a year and a half. That was up until last week.
Lots of good, new, stuff being presented on the flix.
As to Chappell, he’s aged. He’s… matured. He still smokes like a chieftain too I’ll bet.
My image of him and his sincerity hasn’t diminished, however I get a feeling that his health isnt the best.
htok54yk: I watched up until the part where Dave fantasizes about killing all white people.
American stand-up comedian
David Khari Webber Chappelle is an American stand-up comedian, actor, writer, and producer. After beginning his film career in 1993 as Ahchoo in Mel Brooks’ Robin Hood: Men in Tights, he landed supporting … Wikipedia
Born: August 24, 1973 (age 44), Washington, D.C., United States
Height: 1.83 m
Spouse: Elaine Chappelle (m. 2001)
Children: Sonal Chappelle, Sulayman Chappelle, Ibrahim Chappelle
- I love being famous – it’s phenomenal.
- The hardest thing to do is to be true to yourself, especially when everybody is watching.
- I think every group of black guys should have at least one white guy in it.