They will mark Chappelle's third and fourth Netflix specials to be released this year. Let us know your thoughts in the comments.
"It's a Celebration, Bitches" begins at 9:00 a.m. ET/PT, with all 28 episodes of Chappelle's Show running nonstop and culminating in a Midnight presentation of the seminal Chappelle stand-up special Killin' Them Softly.
But that number could see a further decline if comedian Dave Chappelle's message gets out.
The other special was filmed at the Warner Theatre in Washington D.C. Instead, it mostly drops more material from Equanimity, like Chappelle joking about lying to rappers about growing up in the projects. Yeah, that's not just one new special, but two!
While the stand-up special was filmed a while back it's timely on the heels of Donald Trump's tax bill being passed on Wednesday
We can all agree that 2017 was a lot. It's something Chappelle has done all year, especially in his Netflix specials. "Poor. He's fighting for me'".
Two older but previously unaired shows - Live at the Hollywood Palladium and Deep in the Heart of Texas: Live at Austin City Limits - were put our earlier this year. His strongest fire is reserved for some of the people who helped elect Pres. Trump., but also for the rich people who he says take the country's poor white voters for granted. "I would like to think absolutely not", he said, later adding that he's "not an obstructionist of anybody's lifestyle, as long as it doesn't hurt me or people I love and I don't believe that lifestyle does".
"I listened to them say naive, poor white people things". The company reportedly paid Chappelle a whopping $60 million to stream his new comedy.