News: Cam'ron Goes Down & Out After Kanye West: "This N*gga Still Funny As Sh*t"
Sunday, Jun 22, 2014 8:51AM
Dipset leader Cam'ron made sure to show his love for comedy heading into the weekend by hooking up with comedian Dave Chappelle at one of his New York standup shows. #DipsetComing
Killa Cam posted a photo alongside Diplomat Freekey Zekey and longtime pal Damon "Dame" Dash with Chappelle on Instagram.
"Me @duskopoppington @freeky730 at Dave Chappelle show.. This n*gga still funny as sh*t," Cam captioned to the photo. (Cam'ron's Instagram)
According to reports, rap star Kanye West performed a handful of his notable hits at a surprise appearance for Chappelle Friday (June 20) night.
The rapper, who wasn't announced as a guest performer, played a surprise mini-concert during the second of the comedian's 10-night show at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. West tackled his hits including "Jesus Walks", "Gold Digger" and "New Slaves". Midway through his performance of "Gold Digger", Kim Kardashian's husband jumped off the stage and rapped his verses in the middle of the crowd. (Ace Showbiz)
Along with Ye, Chappelle has relied on recruiting a slew of big musicians to perform at his limited comedy run.
Chappelle kicked off his 10-night run at the Radio City Music Hall on Wednesday, June 18. Nas, The Roots, Busta Rhymes, DJ Premier, Janelle Monae and Erykah Badu have all been added to the line-up of guest performers. (Ace Showbiz)
Appearing on the "Late Show" last week, Chappelle did not hold back on why he turned down a $50 million television deal.
"I don't talk about it -- technically, I never quit. I'm seven years late for work. It's like getting divorced in the 50's. People didn't go to Divorce Court. They'd look at their wife like, 'Baby, I'm going to get a pack of cigarettes, I'll be right back.' [laughs] ... I look at it like this: I'm at a restaurant with my wife, it's a nice restaurant and we're eating dinner. I look across the room and say, 'You see this guy across the room. He has $100 million dollars', and we're eating the same entree. Okay, fine, I don't have $50 million dollars or whatever it was. Let's say I have $10 million in the bank. The difference in lifestyle is miniscule. The only difference between having $10 million dollars and $50 million dollars is an astounding $40 million dollars." ("The Late Show")