Comedian Dave Chappelle has coronavirus.
The diagnosis comes days after the 47-year-old was spotted out and about with a group of high profile celebrities, including fellow comedian and podcaster Joe Rogan, the world’s richest man Elon Musk and musician Grimes.
Chappelle was photographed with the group at the Stubb’s Amphitheatre in Austin Texas on Wednesday night, according to multiple reports.
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Chappelle has quarantined since receiving his diagnosis and has not experienced any symptoms, his representative told TMZ on Thursday.
Since receiving the result, the comedian has been forced to cancel a string of upcoming tour dates in Austin. Ticket holders are expected to receive a full refund, TMZ reports.
Chappelle has not yet made a comment on his positive diagnosis.
A number of celebrities in the US and Australia have tested positive for COVID-19 throughout the pandemic, including Tom Hanks and his wife Rita Wilson, who were diagnosed in Queensland.
Hollywood actor Liv Tyler also revealed she’d contracted coronavirus on New Year’s Day and had since recovered from the virus.