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Dave Chappelle says he regrets not returning friend Bob Saget's last text before he died

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Dave Chappelle is reeling from the sudden death of his close friend Bob Saget at age 65 inside a hotel room in Florida on Sunday.On Thursday the star, 48, said he also regrets not returning the Full House actor's last text before he passed.'Man, he just texted me and I saw the text yesterday and never texted him back because I was just busy,' Chappelle said in a clip shared by TMZon Friday. 'Yeah, it happens.

I'm just saying this to remind you: these moments are precious.' Regrets:Dave Chappelle is reeling from the sudden death of his close friend Bob Saget at age 65 inside a hotel room in Florida on Sunday.

On Thursday the star, 48, said he also regrets not returning the Full House actor's last text before he passed. Seen in OctoberDavid was doing standup atthe Peppermint Club in Los Angeles on Thursday evening when he made the comments.The comedian started by saying that he is'getting old' and at his age 'a lot of people I know die' because he started doing s comedy young. 'All of my peers are older than me,' he said.And the Tv star also said that he - like the rest of the world - 'didn't see Bob's [death] coming.'And that is when Chappelle shared that he did not return Bob's text in time.

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