The comedy world is mourning the loss of fellow comedian Charlie Murphy after the comic and actor died of leukemia Wednesday.
Murphy, who has been doing stand-up comedy for more than 20 years, starred on Chappelle’s Show and brought his own brand of storytelling to his stand-up shows.
Comics, such as Chris Rock and David Alan Grier, shared their thoughts and condolences for Murphy on social media:
Spike Lee, Ice Cube and others who knew the comedian also remembered the man who made pancakes and blouses famous:
Even the Department of Defense saluted the former Navy man:
Murphy’s last tweet posted Tuesday was very telling:
Do what Charlie Murphy says.