Comedian Dave Chapelle's stand-up routine took an unexpected turn at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Hollywood, Florida, when he abruptly ended the show after spotting an audience member recording him with a phone. According to local news station WPTV, Chapelle not only called out the individual but also compared the act to wielding a gun, emphasizing his strict policy against unauthorized recording.
The incident highlights the ongoing tension between artists' desire for control over their work and audience members' impulse to capture and share live experiences. While fans often crave digital mementos of live events. . .