"I'm trying to figure out how to make my Snapchat story sexy."
The last time Dave Chappelle headlined a show in New York, George W. Bush was president, Hoobastank was on the radio, and the comedian's eponymous television show, Chappelle's Show, was still dominating the airwaves. Since then, a lot has changed. In the last 10 years, Chappelle has been a controversial star, an enigmatic genius, an Internet sensation, one of comedy's most revered veterans, and everything in between. Now, after nine years of on-again, off-again public appearances and stand-up shows, Chappelle is finally coming back to New York to headline a set at Radio City Music Hall....