Martin Lawrence in his 1994 stand-up comedy special, 'You So Crazy'

Martin Lawrence took to social media on Saturday (April 27) to celebrate the 30th anniversary of his classic stand-up comedy special, “You So Crazy.” 

Martin made a triumphant return to the stage with his first full-length stand-up special, which was filmed at the sold-out Majestic Theater in Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Reminiscent of comedy legend Eddie Murphy, Lawrence, clad in leather, delivered a hilarious set, touching on topics ranging from drugs and jail to his challenging upbringing with his mother and his comedic misadventures with women.

In addition to his trademark humor, Lawrence delved into more serious subjects, discussing racism, the Rodney King ruling, and the aftermath of the riots. 

He offered his unique insights on maintaining successful relationships, providing audiences with both laughter and thought-provoking commentary.

Watch the original trailer below.

On the 30th anniversary of “You So Crazy,” Martin Lawrence took to Instagram writing: 

30 years ago, “You So Crazy” hit the screens and y’all embraced it with open arms.

Here’s a huge shoutout to my incredible family who have always been the cornerstone for everything I do, my irreplaceable friends who have been down with me since day 1, the hardest working team in the game and of course, the best fans I could ever ask for. Your love and support have kept me going stronger than ever.

Here’s to 30 years of laughs, lessons, and a whole lot of love. 🙏🏾 #yousocrazy #30years #blessed @runteldatentertainment @martinlawrenceshop

See Marty Lawrence’s original post below.

I can’t believe it’s been 30 years since “You So Crazy” dropped.

The film, released on April 27, 1994, made $10 million at the box office.

Much love and respect to Martin Lawrence for his craft and longevity!

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