In the even that you've been living under a rock, Dave Chappelle's hilarious, timely debut on Saturday Night Live was the pop culture event of the weekend. Paired with a lively performance by A Tribe Called Quest-- who absolutely delivered with two songs from their just-released fantastic final album, We Got It From Here, Thank You For Your Service, and you had the makings of an epic night.

Chappelle's monologue was one for the ages, spawned by the shock election of Donald Trump as president-elect just days before, and the round of protests across the country the election has produced.

But while SNL was definitely something to behold, the show's after party was just as lit. Chappelle and Lenny Kravitz got together to jam to Radiohead's classic, "Creep." The pair had help from house band Frederic Yonnet & The Band With No Name as well as Questlove and guess who was there to capture it all? Yep, Bradley Cooper. Leslie Jones captured the magic of night, along with Questlove. Busta Rhymes (who joined ATCQ during their performance of "The Space Program") and Madonna also showed up for the party.

"In a life full of highlights? I'm glad I waited til 5:22am for this," Quest wrote on Instagram.

You can check out some of the shenanigans below. Lord knows folks needed to let off steam after the week we've had.


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