An alleged fight between comedian Donnell Rawlings and a photo-hungry Dave Chappelle fan was all caught on camera.
Thurston Greer, 20, accused Rawlings of punching him in the face outside of the SoHo Grand Hotel in Manhattan on Friday after Greer began livestreaming the incident on Facebook — which angered Rawlings, who thought the fan was still trying to get a photo of the famous men, officials said.
Video obtained by TMZ shows Greer and Rawlings arguing over the video he was taking, but it doesn’t show the “Chappelle’s Show” comedian ever making contact with the man.
Rawlings’ attorney told the Daily News that he never struck Greer.
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“He was just trying to protect himself and Dave Chappelle,” Larry Weissman said.
Greer reportedly became aggressive when trying to get photos with Chappelle and Rawlings — even having attempted to get pictures while the two men were in the bathroom.
Chappelle is not mentioned in the police report. The famous comic performed at Radio City Music Hall with The Roots on Friday night.
Rawlings, 46, was best-known for his sketches on “Chappelle’s Show” between 2003 and 2006.
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His popular catchphrase, “I’m rich, b—-!,” ended every show.
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