By Sandra Rose  | 

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Vivica A. Fox said she hopes people learn a lesson about karma after Kevin Samuels died.

Samuels passed away from an apparent cardiac arrest at age 56 in his Buckhead apartment on May 5.

Vivica responded to comic actor Marlon Wayans saying Samuels' diatribes were "healing".

"This man was a hypocrite, in my opinion," she said, referring to Samuels.

"I didn't find anything about this man to be healing. He insulted African American women on a consistent basis.

"To me, he was a shock jock. I hope this is teaching folks a lesson about the karma that you put out, the negativity that you put out in the world. That when karma comes knocking at your door, she might not be so kind..."

She continued:

"So, you know, the fact that he keeled over real quick and was supposedly with a woman - that we don't yet know the nationality - um, rest in peace.

"I heard he had an apartment... Talking about how to get a man like him — like he was some great catch," she said. "He was faking the funk for the 'Gram."

Black Twitter is currently ripping Vivica to shreds, but others say Vivica is entitled to her opinions just as Kevin was entitled to his.

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