Dave Chappelle Regrets Not Texting Bob Saget Back Before Death
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Dave Chappelle Regrets Not Texting Bob Saget Again Earlier than Loss of life

Dave Chappelle Regrets Not Texting Bob Saget Back Before His Death

Dave Chappelle with Bob Saget insetted.
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Stuffed with remorse. After Bob Saget’s heartbreaking death earlier this month, comic Dave Chappelle is opening up about his grief following the loss of his friend and former colleague.

“Tomorrow I’m going to go lay my comrade to relaxation,” Chappelle, 48, stated throughout a Thursday, January 13, comedy set, in line with footage from TMZ. “Pay attention, I’m getting outdated, so lots of people I do know die … I didn’t see Bob coming. Man, he simply texted me, and I noticed the textual content yesterday, and I by no means texted him again ’trigger I used to be simply busy. It occurs.”

He emotionally added: “I’m simply saying this to remind you: These moments are treasured that once I come out at evening, I’m not simply hanging out, I’m making reminiscences. S—t, once I exit at evening, I’m making historical past.”

The Full Home alum died on Sunday, January 9, at the age of 65. Us Weekly solely confirmed a private funeral service for Saget’s friends and family is going down on Friday, January 14.

“We’re devastated to verify that our beloved Bob handed away right now,” the Pennsylvania native’s family said via a statement to Us Weekly hours later. “He was every part to us and we would like you to know the way a lot he beloved his followers, performing stay and bringing individuals from all walks of life along with laughter.”

Upon his dying, a number of of his former costars and celebrity friends have shared heartfelt memories with the Elevating Dad alum. His daughter Aubrey Saget, for her half, additionally shared the final text message she obtained.

“Thank u. Love u,” the Fuller Home alum’s message learn, in line with Aubrey’s Instagram Story publish on Sunday. “Showtime!”

The beloved TV father had a deep bond with the Chappelle’s Show alum, even making a memorable cameo in his 1998 movie, Half Baked.

“I directed a film known as Soiled Work, the Norm MacDonald film, then Dave Chappelle [who] was extremely humorous, [asks] if I’ll do a cameo,” the late comic recalled throughout January 2005 look on Late Night with Conan O’Brien. “I learn the script and stated, ‘Positive, I’ll say that in a film, that’ll be good for me. My mother and father can be proud, my children can be pleased.’ It’s a drug rehab scene, so it opens nicely, and Dave Chappelle comes out and says, ‘I’m hooked on marijuana,’ and my character stands up, and I’m going, ‘Marijuana’s not a drug. I used to suck clean for coke,’ that’s what I stated. ‘You ever suck some clean for coke?’ And that’s all I did.”

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