On Sunday night, Dave Chappelle performed at the Chase Center in San Francisco and surprised the crowd by bringing Twitter owner Elon Musk on stage.
Chappelle said to the audience, "Make some noise for the richest man in the world," and they obliged.
The crowd audibly shared their disappointment in Musk.
He was met with loud booing.
According to one person at the show, Musk visibly "withered" upon enduring the audience's jeering.
"It sounds like some of those people you fired are in the audience."
He, of course, was referring to the roughly half of Twitter's workforce Musk eliminated upon his acquisition of the company.
In a video posted to social media, Musk can be heard asking Chappelle:
"You weren't expecting this were you?"
Chappelle then quipped:
"Have you noticed one thing?"
"All those people who are booing, and I'm just pointing out the obvious, they have terrible seats."
You can see the video below.
Viewers were certainly entertained, but not at all surprised.
Musk, however, heard something different.
Many have noted, though, that the video is being removed from accounts - and some accounts are being removed altogether.
Between all the celebrities leaving Twitter in droves, advertisers avoiding Twitter like the plague and all the accounts being removed, one has to wonder how long Twitter will survive.