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Netflix Removes ‘Chappelle Show’ After Dave Chappelle Asked Them To – NPR

The comedian said he was snared in an unfair contract years ago, which allows Comedy Central to profit off the show without compensating him.

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Comedian Dave Chappelle at the 2018 Netflix FYSEE Kick-Off in Los Angeles.
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Comedian Dave Chappelle had a strange request for his fans. Don’t stream his show.
“I’m begging you. If you ever liked me,” he said in a video of a standup routine he shared on Tuesday. “Boycott ‘Chappelle’s Show.’ Do not watch it unless they pay me.”
Chappelle was calling out the network Comedy Central, which first aired ‘Chappelle’s Show’ from 2003 to 2006. He said in the video the company…

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