Dave Chappelle’s George Floyd Video Tops YouTube’s 2020 Trending List

"8:46," a monologue comedian Dave Chappelle
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"8:46," a monologue comedian Dave Chappelle named for the amount time a white police officer in Minneapolis was recorded kneeling on George Floyd’s neck during the arrest that led up to his death earlier this year, is No. 1 on YouTube’s list of top-trending videos for the year.

The performance, which runs for about 27 minutes, was released by Netflix’s comedy channel on the video-sharing platform in early June amid nationwide protests against police brutality and racial inequality sparked by the police killing of Floyd on Memorial Day.

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