The saga of controversy that's resulted from Dave Chappelle's very viral Netflix standup special, 'The Closer,' has practically been unfolding daily since it premiered a few weeks ago. However, the veteran comedian is said to be open about talking things out.

Ted Sarandos, the CEO of Netflix, is defending firebrand comedian Dave Chappelle in an internal memo to the company. This comes as word has gotten out that three employees were suspended for crashing a virtual meeting in protest.

Dave Chappelle briefly touched on the controversy over his jokes focusing on trans people and the greater LGBTQ community in his latest comedy special at a screening for his documentary and concert at the Hollywood Bowl on Thursday night in Los Angeles.

The Washington, D.C. native released his sixth special, The Closer, to the streamer and fans have showered the standup performance with both cheers and jeers.

Dave Chappelle is returning to Netflix with yet another new comedy special, and it couldn’t have come at a better time.

Wayans has social media abuzz however after he floated an idea of taking on Dave Chappelle in a head-to-head competition stylized in the fashion of VERZUZ.

The comedian wants to be the first to be on the Verzuz stage ... alongside one of the GOATs.

The comedian is holding yet another series of concerts and performances at House of Blues Houston later this month, following a trio of shows in 2019 as well as in November 2020. 

What he also deserves credit for is his business savvy after obtaining the rights back from Comedy Central for his famed Chappelle's Show series, ending a long-running saga positively.

Comedian Dave Chappelle has tested positive for COVID-19, according to TMZ.

The comedian revealed his desire to remove the popular 'Chappelle's Show' from streaming during a recent concert in Houston.

The comedy legend is doing an encore of a four-day residency he did at House of Blues in 2019.