MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Dave Chappelle arguably turned out one of the most memorable comedy sketches to ever center around Prince.

In a 2004 episode of his Comedy Central show, Chappelle portrayed the iconic musician in one of “Charlie Murphy’s True Hollywood Stories.”

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Playing Prince at the height of his post-“Purple Rain” fame, Chappelle’s skit finds Murphy (brother of Eddie) reminiscing about the time he and his friends played a match of basketball against Prince and the Revolution.

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WCCO’s Reg Chapman, who is personal friends with Chappelle, reached out for comment following Prince’s death at Paisley Park Thursday morning. Here’s the statement Chappelle delivered:

“As a city, they exported a musical giant. It says a lot about them that at the height of his fame he chose to stay in Minneapolis. His admirers are a community that spans the globe. His legacy is an immense offering of music, love and laughter. And a fight for fairness to artist. Nothing of this world will begin to fill the void of his absence except his memory. Scientifically a memory is almost neurologically identical to an experience. So remember your loved ones often. Forget their faults and remember the best of what they made you feel. In that way … all of us are immortal gifts to one another that keeps on giving.”

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If you haven’t seen it in a while, treat yourself to a viewing of Chappelle’s impersonation here.