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Rude notes were left for Trump admin in White House by sneaky celebs, Dave Chapelle claims


SNEAKY celebs were behind the “dirty notes” left behind for the Trump Administration, according to comic Dave Chapelle.

The 47-year-old took the title of Naomi Campbell’s online series ‘No Filter with Naomi’ quite literally during his appearance and revealed the gossip, that has gripped political circles since Obama’s departure from the White House.

Comic Dave Chapelle made the revelation during an appearance on Naomi Campbell's YouTube series


Comic Dave Chapelle made the revelation during an appearance on Naomi Campbell’s YouTube seriesCredit: AFP
Trump's team claimed they were taunted by Obama's aides during their transition into the White House


Trump’s team claimed they were taunted by Obama’s aides during their transition into the White HouseCredit: Getty

He claims he witnessed celebrities stowing notes in drawers and cabinets during former President Barack Obama‘s farewell party, ahead of the Trump administration’s takeover.

Chapelle began reminiscing on “one of the last big parties the Obama’s threw” with the stunning supermodel.

“Remember when the Trump administration moved in, they said the Obama staff left dirty notes for us in all the drawers and all the cabinets?

“I saw this happening. I’m not going to say who did it,” he continued.

“But it was celebrities, writing all this crazy s**t and putting them all over there. I saw them doing it, so when I saw it on the news, I laughed real hard.”

In 2019, then-White House Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham said that upon her and the Trump team’s arrival, they were welcomed with a series of nasty notes and Obama books planted in every office.

“We came into the White House, I’ll tell you something. Every office was filled with Obama books and we had notes left behind that said ‘you will fail’, ‘you aren’t going to make it,” she claimed in a radio interview.

The statement was vehemently denied by Obama’s aides, with his national security adviser Susan Rice branding it a “bald-faced lie”.

Former senior director of the National Security Council Jon Wolfsthal also slammed it as “an outrageous lie”.

Chapelle said celebs were the ones behind the "dirty notes" left behind


Chapelle said celebs were the ones behind the “dirty notes” left behindCredit: Getty

He tweeted, “”I know. I handed over the nuclear office at the (National Security Council). Shameless and disgusting.”

Grisham then altered her account of her version of events, saying: “I certainly wasn’t implying every office had that issue. In fact, I had a lovely note left for me in the East Wing, and I tracked the woman down and thanked her.

“I was talking specifically about our experience in the lower press office – nowhere else. I don’t know why everyone is so sensitive!”

Yet Chapelle’s recent comments seemingly confirm the presence of the militant memos, suggesting it was instead an army of A-listers acting as mischief-makers.

Another ex-aide for Trump said at the time Russian vodka was left in the bathroom, in a taunt towards the supposed foreign interference in the 2016 elections, the New York Post reported.

Despite not revealing which bougie bash it allegedly took place at, a string of celebs, including Chapelle, attended a party on January 6, 2017 – two weeks before Trump’s inauguration.

The gathering at the center of the “dirty notes” saga was also attended by Chrissy Teigen and her Grammy-award winning husband John Legend.

Teigen remains an open critic of Trump and was even blocked by him on Twitter in 2017.

The social media star joked at the time, “After 9 years of hating Donald J Trump, telling him ‘lol no one likes you’ was the straw.”

Other celebrities openly critical of Trump, including Jerry Seinfeld and Billy Eichner, also attended the prestigious party.

Stars including Robert De Niro, Meryl Streep, Stevie Wonder, Bradley Cooper and Nick Jonas were also reportedly present for the farewell celebrations.

Trump's former Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham originally made the claims against Obama's staffers in 2019


Trump’s former Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham originally made the claims against Obama’s staffers in 2019Credit: AP

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