Cast of “The Breakfast Club” with Lil Yachty in red hoodie. Photo: [email protected]

DJ Envy is getting serious grief from social media after he got up and walked off the set of “The Breakfast Club” without saying anything to his co-stars, nor guest comedians Desus and Mero, after Envy felt the comedy pair had disrespected him and his wife.

During Desus and Mero’s own comedy show, they insinuated jokingly that DJ Envy’s wife was only with him “for the check.”

Comedy duo Desus Nice and The Kid Mero have accrued a loyal national following with their “Bodega Boys” podcast, and now the Bronx-bred buddies bring their brand of comedy to TV on Viceland’s first daily, late-night show.

DJ Envy, born Raashaun Casey, 40, angrily confronted Desus and Mero on “The Breakfast Club” by telling the pair that they had flagrantly crossed the line by mentioning DJ Envy’s wife in any capacity.

“We’re going to start off like this,” DJ Envy spat out at Desus and Mero.”You owe me an apology.”

“What did we do?” they asked.

“When you insinuated that my wife was there for the check,” Envy growled. “She was there with me since I was 15. She was there before I had a check. She was making more money than me. So to say that she was there for a check or Envy’s check is a disrespect to me and my wife.”

“You can joke about me all day long. But you don’t talk about my wife and my wife, that’s a little disrespectful,” Envy barked at the two.

When the situation settled, and DJ Envy was still not satisfied with Desus and Mero’s apology, Envy got up quietly and walked out of the studio without informing his co-stars of the “Breakfast Club,” Charlamagne tha God and Angela Yee. Take a look:

Twitter ripped DJ Envy apart, like a bleeding zebra at a lion convention, for getting all into his feelings on live national radio — and after he received an apology from Desus and Mero, to boot. Fans of the show believe DJ Envy, who has uttered inappropriate jokes on the regular since becoming a star disc jockey, was being far too sensitive and hypocritical, and commenced to slamming Envy full throttle.

Take a look at the responses to DJ Envy walking off the set:

Terry Shropshire

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