Chris Rock tweets a picture from his Broadway dressing room

I saw Chris Rock last week in his Broadway debut, The MotherF**ker with the Hat and I was really impressed with his acting. Of course, it doesn’t hurt to have the freakin’ amazing Bobby Cannavale by your side for most of the show. If you’re in New York City, I definitely recommend seeing the show!

Rock posted this picture of him getting ready backstage before the show. Check out what he’s written on the mirror: Relax and Energy.

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