Chris Rock and Dave Chappelle Team-up For a Stand-up Show in London.

London – Both Chris Rock and Dave Chappelle have been caught on stage in separate incidents over the past few weeks; Rock was slapped by Will Smith at the Oscars ceremony in March, while Chappelle was “attacked” by a man during a Netflix appearance at The Hollywood Bowl in May.

Weeks after being attacked on stage in separate incidents, the two comedians’ team up for a concert at the 02 Arena.

Tickets go on sale on Friday 10 June.

Chris Rock and Dave Chappelle team up for a  stand-up show together in London, a gig that lasted just a few weeks It was later announced profile comedians were attacked on stage in various incidents.’ and ‘cult’ event.

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Tickets go on sale June 10th. The stand-up event comes after Rock joined Chappelle onstage at the Comedy Store in West Hollywood in early May, where both downplayed their recent attacks.

Chappelle being approached by a man coming onto the stage. Just two nights earlier, while performing at The Hollywood Bowl as part of Netflix’s Is A Joke festival, he joked that Rock had been “beaten by a big name” while he was “beaten by a homeless guy with leaves in his hair.

“Be was slapped onstage at the 2022 Oscars by Will Smith after he made a joke about his wife, Jada Pinkett Smith topic was “Expense of the actor’s wife”

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“I was hit with the softest n-a I’ve ever rapped,” Rock summarized during the comedy Store concert together.

Isaiah Lee,  accused of assaulting Chappelle, has pleaded not guilty to four counts of assault, possession of a deadly weapon with intent to assault, entering an audience area onto the stage of a theatrical event, and disrupting or delaying such an event.

an event of illegal conduct. Smith, meanwhile, was banned from attending  AMPAS events, including the Oscars, for 10 years after his attack. He later described his actions as “shocking, painful and inexcusable.

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