Faizon Love doubled down on his criticism of semi-retired rap mogul Jay Z. In a new interview with DJ Vlad, the rotund actor took another jab at his favorite target, calling the father-of-5 a "fake drug dealer" and "a puppet."
Love, 52, implied that Jay Z's drug kingpin pretense throughout his career led to young rappers being killed in the streets today.
"Jay Z creates this drug dealing lord. I'm a drug dealer, I'm a drug lord. These kids are like, 'We gotta do it, too' to be like Jay Z. Not knowing that this is all made up sh*t," Love said.
The actor said Jay Z's former drug partner, Dehaven, was the real drug kingpin while Jay Z was "eating chips."
"Dehaven knows the truth," said Faizon. "Listen to me. I heard one dude say, 'Jay-Z had so much money, drawers full of money.' If he had so much money why does he have to go to [Kareem] Biggs [Burke] to start a record company? Just go start it yourself. All the money's yours."
Vlad cut to a clip that shows Dehaven stuttering when Vlad asked him about Jay Z's role in the drug organization. Dehaven never mentioned any particular role Jay Z played in the drug game.
"That's why I was like ohh, this n***a is a puppet," said Love. "Can you imagine Jay Z fighting somebody in the streets? Somebody slap him, take his cocaine, what he gon' do?"
Love imitated Jay Z crying into an imaginary phone: "'Hey, they got my cocaine, Dehaven.' No, you gotta go to work!"