Faison Love roasted Aries Spears in a discussion with The Art of Dialogue about the Lizzo controversy.
Spears triggered Lizzo's fans last month when he compared the Grammy Award-winning singer to "the sh-t emoji" and "a plate of mashed potatoes."
Love called Spears "untalented" and said he looks like a rabid raccoon.
"The comments in itself are stupid," Love said.
"I mean, Lizzo is a phenomenon and she's really talented, and he's not so talented. He's got one gear. He's a, 'Yo, son.' But if you know the story of Aries Spears; he's the guy we saw on a Def Jam as a kid. He was 13, 14 years old. They flew him out to Hollywood, thinking he was going to be the next Eddie Murphy and 'wamp, wamp.' He was so angry."
Love said he almost slapped the aspiring comedian when he bumped into him at the Comedy Store in Hollywood.
"I was going to slap the sh-t out of him one time. Like this dumb muthaf-cka. At the Comedy Store, so many muthaf-ckas was gonna whoop his ass because he was this cocky kid. He would get deals — him and Dave Chappelle would get all these deals — South of Sunset was one of the shows, and they would go nowhere like 'wamp, wamp.'"
Love continued flaming Spears.
"He was so cocky 'cause they had built his head up. He walked like Eddie Murphy. He had the little hat on, the Golden Child hat... So, that's his pinnacle. Here comes Lizzo, takes the world by storm. Bam! She plays the flute, which is amazing because the last person I know made the flute fly was Brick. A lot of people don't even know who Brick is..."
He added, "He don't know style. He don't know flyness. Lizzo's fly. He don't know... He's corny himself. You have to know his story. Cornball with a soapbox."
Spears didn't always resemble a sloth. The Chicago native was a comedian at age 14, performing stand-up comedy in various comedy clubs in New York City.
At 16, Spears landed a part in the movie Malcolm X. His first television appearance was on Russell Simmons's Def Comedy Jam, followed by It's Showtime at the Apollo (1987).
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