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February 9, 2017

D.L. Hughley Speaks to George Lopez "Heckler" - She Says "He's not a sexist or racist" [AUDIO]

Today on nationally syndicated radio program, The D.L. Hughley Show, the iconic comedian interviewed the now infamous alleged heckler, Alexis, who was seen in video being kicked out of a comedy show by comedian George Lopez after he told a joke that was seemingly offensive. Alexis told D.L. Hughley, who is part of the Comedy Get Down Tour with Lopez and was in the venue that evening, “I don’t think that {George Lopez} is racist, I wasn’t offended. He made that joke it wasn’t like it was malicious, I was laughing at the joke.”

 Before the interview this is what DL Hughley had to say:

In the interview Alexis said:
On if Lopez owes her an apology:
As far as people thinking that he owes me an apology – nah, I wasn’t offended.

On if she’s still a fan:
I would still go see his show. I don’t think he’s a sexist or a racist!

On the backlash:
All of this backlash in unnecessary – get you some business!

The segment ended with Hughley joking “I’m glad she called and cleared the air, now George Lopez won’t be deported!

The D.L. Hughley Show is heard nationally on over sixty radio stations and online. The legendary comedian broadcasts live weekdays from 3:00pm – 7:00pm ET nationwide. For more information visit DLHughleyShow.com

Maybe we missed something? So this video went viral for nothing. This was #fakenews TMZ.

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