After booking a show in Buffalo on Sunday, comedian Dave Chapelle announced during his set that all of the ticket funds collected will go to the families of the victims of the Tops mass shooting at a Tops supermarket in the city in May.

Chapelle announced the last-minute show at Shea's Performing Arts Center, which he booked specifically to show support to the families of the victims from the May 14 attack. 10 died during the shooting and three were wounded.

“He said, and I’m paraphrasing, (he) came here to Buffalo to recognize the victims and for these families,” said Kevin Sweeney, director of marketing and communications for the event center.

Chappelle even announced that some of the families of the victims were in the audience that night to experience the donation live.

People who attended the show described it on Facebook as "a very emotional, yet funny night,” “on point” and “seriously inspiring.”

Chappelle has also been in headlines lately for an incident last month when a 23-year-old audience member, Isaiah Lee, tackled him on stage at the “Netflix Is A Joke” festival in Los Angeles.

Lee said that he was “triggered” by the content of the comedy event because it was offensive to him being “homeless and bi-sexual.” Lee was still charged with a felony assault with a deadly weapon for the attack on Chappelle.