Dave Chappelle's "True Hollywood Stories" Sketch Viewed Nearly 600,000 Times Since Prince's Death

(AllHipHop News) Prince's legacy will live on through his music as well as other memorable moments connected to his life. One of those occasions is Dave Chappelle's classic "Charlie Murphy's True Hollywood Stories" sketch featuring the tale of the "Purple Rain" singer playing basketball.

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According to The Hollywood Reporter, a Comedy Central spokesperson confirmed the famous skit from a 2004 episode of Chappelle's Show was viewed over 600,000 times since Prince's death on April 21. Eddie Murphy's older brother Charlie helped write the sketch where he recalls a notable encounter with Prince in the 1980's.

Prince would later use a picture of Chappelle dressed as him for the cover art to his 2013's single "Breakfast Can Wait." Murphy famously spoke about how Prince served him and his friends pancakes following their game of basketball.


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Watch "Charlie Murphy's True Hollywood Stories - Prince" from Chappelle's Show below.