Dave Chappelle almost pulled the plug on his stand-up set in L.A. ... that is, until a Donald Trump supporter got him back in the joking mood. - TMZ

Dave Chappelle is officially back in the game. The comedy legend has been back hitting stages across the country for the past two years or so now. He most recently made his return to television via SNL, where he brought back some of his famed characters from his former Comedy Central series “Chappelle’s Show."

The actor/comedian was apparently in a predominantly African American venue in Inglewood, California, where he made reference to it saying “The only time I come to Inglewood, I do it by air, ni**a. I land at the airport, I get in the car and I drive to a vastly better neighborhood.  No disrespect.” His jokes met with laughs from the audience.

Later in the clip Dave speaks in regards to a man who was being put out by security for unknown reasons. The man tells Dave he’s a Trump supporter as he was exiting the building, and the comic’s reply to the audience, “Didn’t think we’d see that tonight, did we? Black dude in a room full of black dudes, Dave I voted for Trump!” said the comedian. “Shhhhhh, ni**a you trying to get us all killed,” which was met with more laughs from the audience.

Check out the full clip above to see how the set transpired, before he stopped telling his jokes because people wouldn’t stop filming with their phones.