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Luenell Questioned Snoop Dogg On His “Ain’t No Fun If The Homies Can’t Have None” Lyric (Video)

Okay, Luenell came with the realest point with that talk about Snoop’s “Ain’t No Fun.” One of the funnest songs ever, as eff’d up as its concept is… But see, I don’t have a daughter. If you do, you might feel a bit different (or not).

Luenell shared her thoughts on our interview with 2Pac’s rape accuser Ayanna Jackson and the famed comedian questioned whether Jackson was “led to the wolves” after 2Pac left her in the room with his friends. She added that when it comes to men passing their girl around, Luenell says she asked Snoop Dogg about making it cool with “Ain’t No Fun.”
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Comedian Luenell Says If Are Down With Her, Do NOT Betray Her (Video)

Wow… almost forgot about that ‘leaked’ Kevin Hart extortion video situation.

Okay, you know how some folks (even in your circle) will put out that diss/shot/shade energy and be like, “Oh, I didn’t know you felt that way about it.” Well, miss Luenell with every pebble of that bullsh!t. She tells DJ Vlad, and by your watching, you, that if you are down, please stay down with her. Otherwise, her loving care for you will turn into intensive care. And if she can’t do you, she “keeps a goon on speed dial.” Daaayumm!

Luenell spoke to VladTV about working with both Kevin Hart and JT Jackson, the man that recently tried to extort Kevin, in the past. The famed comedian said that if something like that happened to her, it would have to be dealt with in the streets.

Moving along, Luenell also shared her thoughts on Kevin Hart and Michael Blackson beefing, which she called “bulls***,” adding that it’s juvenile to “bang online.” To hear more, hit the above clip.

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Soooo, don’t try to ‘jank’ on Luenell either. Got it!


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All Jokes Aside (Documentary)

Something about every time Tichina talks in this is moving. Just saying.

This “All Jokes Aside” video is a documentary that celebrates black female comedians and takes a closer look at their varied representations and styles. After the jump, you can watch the Q&A panel moderated by Franchesca Ramsey. Featured in the documentary are Tichina Arnold, Michelle Buteau, Marie Faustine, Tiffany Haddish, Luenell, Yvonne Orji, April Reign, Amanda Seales, Sasha Stewart, Sydnee Washington, and Debra Wilson.

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