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Dave Chappelle Claims He Was ‘Misquoted’ On Israel

via WGN News

Comedic star Dave Chappelle allegedly made controversial comments about Israel at a show in Boston, to which a number of fans simply left the venue.

Chappelle’s spokesperson claimed he wasn’t even in Boston at the time of the claim, although Chappelle later referenced the issue while performing in North Carolina.

“Right now, I’m in trouble because the Jewish community is upset,” Chappelle stated.

“But I cannot express this enough: No matter what you read about that show in Boston, you will never see quotation marks around anything I said. They don’t know what I said.”

Chappelle does not allow phones in his crowds, but was reported to have said, “Sorry, I don’t want the Jews to know what I said,” following some controversial remarks.

Chappelle has stated that the alleged comments are mere “heresay,” and believes he has since been “misquoted all over the world.”

When a random liberal stood up during Chappelle’s show and yelled, “Free Palestine!” the comedian responded, saying, “Please, please, miss. Listen. Don’t start it up or I’m going to be in the news cycle for another week. This thing that’s happening in the Middle East is bigger than everybody.”

“There’s only two kinds of people in the world: people who love other people and the people that have things to make them afraid to love other people,” he stated. “And remember that every dead person is a dead person.”

“We walked out and met up with many other Jews leaving the show,” one Jewish fan recalled. “Never in my life have I felt so unsafe and so fearful of what I was witnessing.”

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