Earlier, stand-up comedian Dave Chappelle was photographed hanging out with Joe Rogan, Elon Musk, and his girlfriend, Grimes at Stubb’s Amphitheater. Now, the reports claimed that the Chi-Raq actor has tested positive for the COVID-19. Dave’s representative later revealed that he is currently quarantining, however, he hasn’t experienced any notable symptoms.
The 47-year-old has scheduled five shows in Austin, Texas and performed the first one on Wednesday. Elon Musk with his girlfriend and Joe Rogan also attended the show on the same day. Dave was throwing his arm around Joe Rogan and Elon Musk in a photograph posted on Instagram. None of the celebrities was wearing a face mask while hanging out at the backstage at Stubb’s Amphitheater.
Fans quickly took to Twitter and responded to the photograph. Some claimed that these celebrities were accidentally infected by another person while some mentioned that they are unknowingly spreading the illness to others. SpaceX CEO’s girlfriend last week announced that she had contracted the virus and posted an Instagram Story mentioning, Finally got COVID-19.
The reports previously mentioned that the singer gave Chappelle the virus. However, Joe Rogan later clarified that the person who gave Dave the coronavirus wasn’t Musk’s girlfriend, Grimes. And, he also mentioned that he hasn’t come in contact with the person who gave Dave the virus. Rogan revealed that his COVID-19 reports were negative and he had tested every day in the past week.
Fans were worried that Rogan, Grimes and Elon Musk also may have contracted the virus following Chappelle’s positive result. Elon Musk and Grimes have already battled the troublesome coronavirus. Grimes while announcing that she finally had coronavirus, she also mentioned that she was enjoying the fever dream. Meanwhile, Musk tested positive for the virus in November 2020.
The 49-year-old tech mogul had a bizarre experience with the virus. He had reportedly done four tests with the same machine and same nurse on the same day. But, two of the results came negative while the other two came positive. Now, Dave Chappelle is cancelling all of his remaining four performances in Austin as he would take time to recover from the illness.