#Roommates, by now practically everyone has an opinion on the whole Fizz and Apryl Jones relationship saga that has dominated social media for the last few months. Aside from social media users, fellow celebrities have also offered their opinion—and you can now add comedian Luenell to that list.

Coming off her role in the Eddie Murphy Netflix film “Dolemite Is My Name!” comedian Luenell recently sat down for an interview with VLADTV and she was asked her opinion on messy love triangle involving B2K group members Omarion and Fizz, and Omarion’s baby mama Apryl Jones. Never one to hold her tongue, Luenell got straight to the point and echoed the sentiments of most people on the situation.

Luenell said:

“Well, there’s two ways I look at it. I look at it in real life, and I look at it in reality TV life. In real life that s–t is out of order and Lil Fizz needs his ass whopped and the b—h too. Not that I say you should hit women, but you could sho’ push the b—h down on the couch or something and get up in her face and talk s–t. Because that’s out of order!”

She continued, adding this:

“So now my kids seeing Uncle Fizz over here in the bed with mommie? B—h I’ll kill you for that s–t! It’s just everybody f—–g everybody when you get in the reality TV world, it do something to your mind. But in the real world, that would be some s–t.”

Luenell also commented on Omarion’s highly praised unbothered attitude about the whole thing:

“Well first of all, that’s a very—trying to be politically correct TV answer. Like you can’t be smashing my boy! Like the kids know him. What are you doing? Millions of people in the world—want to be a trashbox? B—h go f–k one of them! He probably going to have that motherf—-r pushed down the steps or something at some place or time, both of ’em. That’s an old b—h ass TV answer. What the f—? I would whip both of they motherf——g a—-s. The people that was there, we not from the same era, neighborhood, mindset. I praise him for being able to keep it cute, because I could not.”

Welp, there you have it. If there’s one thing we know about this whole thing…it’s that it’s definitely far from over.

 

Roommates, what are your thoughts on this?