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Do The Right Thing : HBO Max Set To Pull ‘The Chappelle Show’ At Dave Chappelle’s Request!


The streaming service of HBO Max is set to remove the hilarious and legendary comedic series ‘The Dave Chappelle Show’ at the request of Dave Chappelle himself.

The official announcement was made by Chief a content Officer of HBO and HBO Max Casey Bloys nearly less than a month after Netflix removed the show from their platform, reports People.

“We had a conversation with Dave. I won’t get into it, but it’s very clear that it’s a very unique and specific and emotional issue he’s got,” says Bloys within a uploaded video circulating throughout social media.

“So at the end of the year, at the end of this year, Dec. 31, we’re going to honor his request and take the show down.”

As we previously reported Dave spoke on not being properly paid for his work as the one man army of the Chappelle show.

Also that he had obtained no rights from the series, “people think I made a lot of money from Chappelle’s Show,” he alleged that it’s the opposite. “When I left that show, I never got paid,” he continues. “They { ViaComCBS} didn’t have to pay me because I signed the contract.”

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