Humorist Dave Chappelle Tests Positive For Covid-19
Joke artist Dave Chappelle tried positive for Covid-19 on Thursday night not long before he was booked to act in Austin, Texas, the Associated Press revealed, adding that the humorist has been compelled to drop a few forthcoming shows as he recuperates in isolate.
Chappelle is as of now asymptomatic and isolating, a representative for the jokester told AP.
The site of Stubb's Waller Creek Amphitheater in Austin, where Chappelle was planned to perform, specifies that four of the joke artist's impending shows among Friday and Tuesday have been dropped.
Entertainer and digital recording host Joe Rogan, who was booked to join Chappelle in front of an audience on Friday and Saturday, apologized to fans for the retractions on an Instagram post adding: "We'll reschedule them when we can."
Chappelle has been facilitating a few socially removed live shows since last June. The entertainer chose to move his shows to Austin throughout the colder time of year, his representative told AP. She added that all going to crowd individuals, Chappelle, and his whole group needed to go through a fast Covid-19 test before the shows. Recently, Rogan had posted a photograph of Chappelle in Austin spending time with himself, Tesla CEO Elon Musk, entertainers Michelle Wolf, Donnell Rawlings, Ron White and others.
Dave Chappelle tests positive for COVID-19; shows dropped (Associated Press)