Vivica A. Fox Dubs Kevin Samuels' Death 'Karma' for Constantly Insulting Black Women

Disagreeing with Marlon Wayans who believed that Kevin 'healed' others during his life, the 'Days of Our Lives' alum says, 'This man was a hypocrite… I didn't find anything about him to be healing.'

AceShowbiz - Vivica A. Fox has little to no sympathy in the wake of Kevin Samuels' untimely passing. Weighing in on the controversial YouTuber's shocking death in a new episode of "Fox Soul", the actress called it a "karma" for having "insulted" black women "on a consistent basis."

In the Monday, May 9 episode of the talk show, Vivica responded to Marlon Wayans' comment on Kevin's death. Disagreeing with the comedian who believed that the late Internet personality "healed" others during his life, the "Days of Our Lives" alum said, "This man was a hypocrite. In my honest opinion, he really was."

"I didn't find anything about him to be healing," she went on elaborating. "He insulted African-American women on a consistent basis. One of his last statements that he said was that if you're over 38 and you haven't married or some like that, you're no good and disposable. To me, he was a shock jock."

"I hope this is teaching folks a lesson about the karma," the 57-year-old continued. "That you put out the negativity in the world, that when karma comes knocking at your door, she might not be so kind. So the fact that he's killed over real quick. And he was supposedly with a woman… Rest in peace."

On his Instagram post, Marlon wrote of Kevin after his passing, "Love him or hate him… he spoke his truth. We can view truth as hate but sometimes his bold medicine didn't taste so sweet. And if you hated why tune in? Why call in? Because healing comes in many forms… his was some nasty a** tasting medicine. There's no right and wrong in this love s**t, there's just discovery."

"Thank u for those you healed and we forgive you if there were any damages because we know your intention was to heal… and honestly, F**K, YOU WAS HILARIOUS!" he added. "In this moment i pray for you and your family and all those you've healed that can't call in to your show. I hope you can heal more and reach more in heaven. Rest well. Appreciate you trying to hold on and express masculinity."

Meanwhile, T.I. has recently slammed those judging Kevin. On his Instagram Live, he expressed his outrage at critics who have claimed that "Kevin Samuels wasn't doing good in the community." He fumed, "The s**t is f**king a travesty of justice. I can't stand it, I can't stand it. I ain't gon' let y'all bully this dead man. We gon' let this man rest in peace."

The rapper-turned-comedian added, "Whatever he did, he did it and [he's] gone. He got away with it, f**k ya." He went on telling the critics to stop judging as he continued, "That's between him and God. Him and the Lord gon' have to deal with it. You ain't got no heaven or hell to put him in."

On May 5, Kevin was found unresponsive in his Atlanta apartment after a woman that had stayed with him the night prior called 911, telling the operator the lifestyle coach was complaining of chest pains and that he had collapsed. Kevin was rushed to a hospital, where he later died.

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