Back in 2015, Dave Chappelle made headlines after being booed and heckled for slurring his words and appearing intoxicated during a comeback tour stop in Detroit. After Chappelle addressed the performance in one of his new Netflix specials, rapper Danny Brown has claimed responsibility for the comedian's state.
"I don't know if you ever saw on TMZ, the big headline: Dave Chappelle drunk on stage in Detroit," the comedian recalled in opening first special The Age of Spin. "I wasn't drunk. I had smoked some reefer with some rappers. I don't know if you know anything about hanging out with rappers, but their weed is very strong — stronger than what I was accustomed to."
On Monday (March 27), Detroit MC Danny Brown then took to Instagram to explain himself after a Twitter user posed the question of whether the rapper Chappelle was referring to was indeed Brown.
"Haven't seen Dave new special but heard he gotta bit about that night I got him stoned to the gills," he wrote. "momma I made it!!!"
See the post below.
In other Danny Brown news, he's been teasing some sort of collaboration with Jonah Hill, with whatever that is slated to arrive later this afternoon. Check out the teaser below.
Both of Chappelle's new specials, The Age of Spin and Deep in the Heart of Texas, are available to view on Netflix now.