During the March 14 taping of Bieber’s Roast, numerous jokes leaked about Ludacris’ Fast & Furious co-star Paul Walker — who tragically died in a fiery 2013 car crash — and Comedy Central later said they would pull some of them for the March 30 broadcast.
“There were some Paul Walker jokes that were in the roast that I was definitely not feeling at all,” Ludacris, 37, said.
“And I kinda was vocal about it, and I almost didn’t make it through the Roast because I was ready to slap the hell outta somebody. But I was a good sport.”
“Let me just say this, aside from the Paul Walker jokes, I thought it was a great Roast. Nobody was safe, we were all laughing at the jokes on ourselves and joking on everybody else,” he said.
“However, you all can agree to disagree with me, I know what was said and I felt like it was inappropriate and I’m going to stand by that no matter what anybody says to me. That was my friend.
“I don’t give a damn if it was a Roast or not, that was my friend.”
Ludacris just released his ninth studio album, “Ludaversal,” on March 31 and told Dish it might be his best ever — and Furious 7 opened on April 7 to Universal’s highest grossing premiere weekend ever.
Check out his full interview with Dish Nation below!