Dave Chappelle Plans To Donate Ticket Sales From Buffalo Show To Families Of Mass S’ho’oting Vi’ctims

Dave Chappelle

Dave Chappelle has annou’nced plans to give back to the grieving community of Buffalo, New York. During a performance in Buffalo, Dave committed some of his coins to families who lost a loved one in the mass s’hoot’ing that claimed ten lives.

“He said, and I’m paraphrasing, I came here to Buffalo to recognize the vic’tims and for these families,” Shea’s Director of Marketing & Communications, Kevin Sweeney said.

A grand jury indicted the 18-year-old white man on 25 cou’nts on June 1. Payton is up agai’nst ten counts of first-degree mu’rd’er, ten counts of second-degree mu’rd’er as a hate cr’ime, and three counts of attempted mu’rd’er as a hate cr’im’e. Additionally, the s’ho’oter faces a domestic te’rro’r cha’rge and we’apo’ns charge. He pled not gu’ilt’y.

Dave also announced that members of the vic’tims’ families were in atten’dance at the show per his invite. The comedian reportedly has performance experience at the ven’ue. Per Democrat & Chronicle, Dave last performed at Shea’s in 2016.

At the time of publishing, Dave hadn’t publicly commented on his donation.

Source & Credit: theshaderoom.com

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