Dave Chappelle regrets not texting Bob Saget before he died

It’s safe to say that Bob Saget touched the hearts of more people than he ever knew after tributes to the late star flooded social media following his sudden death.

But now Dave Chappelle has opened up about his regrets about Bob Saget.

He says that he regrets that he did not answer him shortly before his death.

Saget died at the age of sixty-five.

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Saget passed away on Sunday, January 9th.

He was tragically found unconscious in his hotel room at the Ritz-Carlton in Orlando.

Saget was best known for his role as Danny Tanner on the 80s sitcom. Full house

The popular sitcom ran from 1987 to 1995, with Saget later reprising the role in 2016 for the Netflix reboot. Fuller House

Fuller House ran for 4 years.

He also voiced the narrator for How I Met your mother.

Staff at the Ritz-Carlton found Saget unconscious in his hotel room.

Local authorities were called to the hotel, but Saget died at the scene.

Saget, who was halfway through a comedy tour, performed a show in Jacksonville the night before.

Posting a tweet about the show, Saget wrote that he “loved tonight’s show” and was “addicted to it again”.

Saget’s death was confirmed in a statement from the Orange County Sheriff’s Department. daily mail reports.

A police statement said they answered the “man down” call “just after 4:00 p.m.”.

“On arrival, they found a man who was not answering in the hotel room,” the report said.

“The man identified as Robert Lane Saget died at the scene.”

Police added that detectives found “no sign of foul play or drug use.”

However, they do not have any additional “information about the cause of death”.

The death of Saget was a shock to many people, including those around him.

And since the sad news came, friends, fans and colleagues began to praise the star.

Another person paying tribute to Saget is John Stamos.

Stamos played alongside Saget playing Uncle Jesse in Full house

Stamos, a longtime friend, called himself “broken” when he tweeted a touching tribute.

“I am broken. I am gutted. I am in complete and utter shock. I will never have another friend like him. I love you so much, Bobby,” he wrote.

Pete Davidson is another person who spoke about the heartbreaking passing of a stunning actor, friend, father and husband.

The American comedian, actor, and screenwriter has spoken out about his mental health in the past, saying he was “in and out” of the hospital, according to Myselfsince he was only a nine year old boy.

And with everything Davidson went through, he always had someone he could rely on.

The late Bob Saget, who, according to TMZ, he described as: “One of the nicest men on the planet.”

“When I was younger and several times during our friendship, he helped me through mental health issues several times,” Davidson, 28. said

“He spent hours on the phone with my mom trying to help in any way he could – putting us in touch with doctors and new things we could try. He will check on me and make sure I’m all right. continuation

Ending speaking: “I love you, Bob. It was an honor for me to know you. Thanks for your kindness and friendship. My condolences to the family.”

But as so many people pay homage to a beloved star…

Others speculate about what they could have done before he passed away.

Including the likes of Dave Chapelle…

Chapelle recently said he’s sorry he didn’t respond to Bob Saget’s last text message.

Chapelle and Saget were very close and both supported each other through lot, including every time Saget held a fundraiser for the treatment of scleroderma.

While performing at the Peppermint Club in Vejo, Chapelle spoke sentimentally for a while.

Saying you don’t know what life might have in store for you or other people.

Speaking to his audience about the resting place of his “comrade”, he said he did not expect it to “come”.

“Dude, he just texted me and I saw the message yesterday and I never texted him back,” he began to express his regret, according to TMZ

“I was just busy. Yes it happens

“I’m just saying this to remind you that these moments are precious and when I go out at night, I’m not just hanging out, I’m making memories,” he said. continuation

“Damn it, when I go out at night, I make history,” he finished, before recounting some of the criticism he received on one of his Netflix releases.


And frankly, everyone should follow his advice. Never leave a text unread, always tell the person you love them and cherish every memory.

At this difficult time, our thoughts are with Saget’s family and friends.

Rest in peace, Bob Saget.

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