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Faizon Love has always been a little controversial — okay A LOT controversial. The 49-year-old held no punches at The Breakfast Club this week. He touched on everything from the #MeToo movement, Russell Simmonsaccusations of sexual misconduct and his fellow comedians, including Dave Chappelle, Kevin Hart, Michael Blackson and of course Mo’Nique‘s Netflix boycott.

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First up, Mo’Nique: “She should put her money where her mouth is. She doesn’t need Netflix. Realistically you can’t be lazy…there’s no such thing as a star. She’s living in the star world. No one gives a f-ck about that Oscar. Get your bag.” 

HOLLYWOOD – MARCH 07: Actress Mo’Nique, winner for Best Supporting Actress for “Precious” poses in the press room at the 82nd Annual Academy Awards held at the Kodak Theater on March 7, 2010 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Dan MacMedan/WireImage)

Then there was the Chappelle comment that had social media reeling: “White people built Dave. He’s never made black people laugh. He’s a nice guy but he’s not real. He’s a kept n-gga. I like Dave as a person, but come on, that sh-t ain’t funny.” 

So what about the iconic Chappelle show? Faizon reveals that Charlie Murphy was the man behind those iconic jokes, not Dave.

Watch the entire interview below.

Wow. Wow. Wow.

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