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Meek Mill reacted to a stand-up comedian who mocked his desperate attempts to prove he’s straight.

Music producer Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones filed a s*xual harassment lawsuit against music mogul Sean “Puffy” Combs on Feb. 26. In his documents, Jones hinted that Meek was in a relationship with Combs.

At a recent comedy show in Philly, comedian Andrew Schulz addressed Meek’s attempts to prove he is straight.

Schulz said Meek was “terrible” at proving he’s heterosexual.

“If someone accuses you of being gay, you don’t get on Twitter and go, ‘I love pu**y so much it’s so juicy and wet, it’s my favorite thing to put my d*ck in. I just put my d*ck in it and it squeezes my d*ck and it’s so juicy and it’s so wet’,” Schulz said.

He continued, “[Meek] was like, ‘I even had sex with a girl on her period. That’s how you know I love women.’ He tweeted that, and I was like, ‘Oh, he thinks that’s disgusting. And you know who else thinks that’s disgusting? The gays.'”

The rapper saw the video going viral and he posted laughing emojis.

“The first time I laughed at being gay,” he wrote. “But don’t wit me in real life I May swing lol [sic].”

In previous tweets, Meek called out people who are trying to tear a “leader” like him down by suggesting he’s gay.

“They are powering this stuff even if it’s fake!” he wrote. “The goal is to disrupt the hip hop community.”

Meek also accused “every Black blog site” of making him “seem gay.”

Meek said he’s considering moving to Ghana because “America is made to tear Black men down.”