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Dave Chappelle Photobombs Ohio Couple's Engagement Photoshoot

Dave Chappelle Photobombs Ohio Couple's Engagement Photoshoot

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Emily and Tommy now have some of the best engagement photos ever thanks to Dave Chappelle.

A couple in Yellow Springs, Ohio, had their engagement photoshoot photobombed by the one and only Dave Chappelle. Jaycee Marie, the photographer for the session, posted a few of the pictures to her Facebook along with a hilarious caption about the incident.

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“THE Dave Chappelle photobombed our shoot. I’m going to have to quit photography now because how will I ever beat this? I just can’t,” Marie wrote. “He was so nice and truly made our day. I think it’s safe to say Emily + Tommy have the coolest engagement photos EVER.”

The three photos are amusing as Chappelle places himself in between the couple in the background. The photos have since been shared over 600 times. Local news source WHIO first reported on the random Chappelle encounter.

So, I was shooting this engagement session at a brewery tonight and this dude photobombed us… idk, you may have heard…

Posted by Jaycee Marie Photography on Saturday, November 10, 2018

Recently, Chappelle and Jon Stewart discussed Louis C.K., Bill Cosby, and Donald Trump in an interview with CNN International journalist Christiane Amanpour.

For Louis, the pair spoke on the idea of restorative justice following the comedian’s numerous sexual misconduct allegations from last year. Louis recently made his return to stand-up comedy, where he reportedly received a standing ovation (although there were some complaints about his surprise appearance too).

“What should he do to come back onstage or is he doing the righ thing?” Amanpour asked.

“There is no recipe, there is no model that can be put together and say ‘If he did one, two and three everybody would be cool.’ I don’t think it works that way,” Stewart said. “…I’m a believer in restorative justice in the idea that when transgressions occur the parties must participate together to bring themselves to some conclusion.”

Source: WHIO



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