Dave Chappelle Gives His Take on Trump Voters in NSFW 'Equanimity' Clip

Dave Chappelle Gives His Take on Trump Voters in NSFW 'Equanimity' Clip

Dave Chappelle Gives His Take on Trump Voters in NSFW 'Equanimity' Clip

Chappelle has enjoyed an incredibly fruitful relationship with Netflix, releasing two stand-up specials with the platform earlier this year. "I listened to them say naive, poor-white-people things: 'Man, Donald Trump's gonna go to Washington and he's gonna fight for us.' I'm standing there thinking in my mind, 'You dumb, motherfucker. You. Are". He brings his point home with references to the Trump administration and discoveries he's made while rubbing elbows with rich White Hollywood elites. Now, that will be joined by Dave Chappelle: The Bird Revelation.

Now it has added The Bird Revelation to the same day's schedule - just over a month after it was filmed at The Comedy Store in Los Angeles on November 20, 2017.

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This will cap a banner year for the comedian - the previous specials marked his first concert specials in 12 years and they rocketed to success, while he also won an Emmy in September for Outstanding Guest Actor for his work hosting a 2016 episode of Saturday Night Live.

"I've never had a problem with white people ever in my life, but, full disclosure, poor whites are my least favorites", he said. Both specials, his third and fourth for the streaming platform, will be available on December 31.

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"We've got a lot of trouble out of them", Chappelle told the audience during his stand-up routine.

A previous trailer for Equanimity showedthe comic talking about President Donald Trump and poor white voters who voted for him. "And the only reason I know that is because I made so much money previous year the rich whites told me they say it at a cocktail party". The company reportedly paid Chappelle a whopping $60 million to stream his new comedy.

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