Dave Chappelle marked his 50th birthday on Saturday with a show in New York City that included friends John Mayer, Busta Rhymes, Common, T.I. and Pete Davidson, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Davidson, entertained the audience by joking about his recently completed stint in rehab. The Bupkis star, who turns the big 3-0 in November, joked that doing drugs as a 30-year-old would no longer be cute.
Other comedians to hit the stage before Chappelle included Davidson former Saturday Night Live castmate Michael Che, The Daily Show‘s Ronnie Chung, Michelle Wolf and Jeff Ross.
Chappelle also celebrated the 50th anniversary of hip-hop with rappers Common, T.I. and Busta Rhymes, who performed their hits and praised the comedian, per the outlet. Mayer sang, played guitar and exchanged jokes with Chappelle.
Mike Tyson was also in attendance, and drew cheers when he took the stage.
The show marked the end of Chappelle’s four-show sting at NYC’s Madison Square Garden to kick off his It’s a Celebration B****** Tour, which will feature stops in Cleveland, Detroit, New Orleans, Nashville, Chicago and Kansas City, Missouri, this fall.
The four MSG shows also featured special guests Chris Rock, Jon Stewart, Aziz Ansari, George Wallace, Lunell, Donnell Rawlings, Earthquake, Nas, The Roots, De La Soul, Ludacris, Travis Scott and Burna Boy.