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Daniel Tosh Calls Out Luke Macfarlane for His Problematic Crush

Daniel Tosh Calls Out Luke Macfarlane for His Problematic Crush

Luke Macfarlane in Bros; Daniel Tosh on Tosh Show
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The Bros actor confessed he had a problematic crush, and we’re kind of gagged by Daniel Tosh’s hilarious response to it.

Out actor Luke Macfarlane recently appeared on the Tosh Show with Daniel Tosh for a Christmas special presented by Hallmark. During the interview, the Bros actor revealed that he once had a crush on a person that prompted Tosh to physically gag.

Tosh first asked if Macfarlane had a crush on Luke Perry back in the day. “He wasn’t for me,” the actor said. He then added, “I was, you know, Mark Wahlberg.”

Macfarlane hesitated before he answered, seemingly knowing that Tosh would probably call him out for it. Well, guess what, Mimi? He sure did.


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“Ugh, a racist?” Tosh said as Macfarlane laughed and acknowledged his problematic past crush. “What is wrong with you? He had a hate crime under his belt…”

Macfarlane replied, “I know,” avoiding eye-contact and sipping on his mug.

“I don’t ever let people forget that,” Tosh continued. “I always think about that and I’m like, ‘Yeah, you know who didn’t do that when they were in college? Me.’”

“A lot of people,” Macfarlane added.

Tosh reiterated, “A lot of people, but also me.”

For those unaware, 15-year-old Wahlberg was charged in 1986 for chasing three black children, pelting them with rocks, and shouting, “Kill the n****s.”

Two years later, Wahlberg physically attacked two Vietnamese men in separate occasions on the same day, leaving one unconscious.

The first attack found him guilty of violating his victim’s civil rights, the second charged him with attempted murder.

You can watch Luke Macfarlane’s interview with Daniel Tosh below.

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