Actor Khalil Kain put on blast by gay co-star.

Actor Kahlil Kain’s openly gay co-star Merwin Mondesir [from the gay tv series Noah’s Arc] put Kahlil on blast in a series of posts on his Facebook page for charging drinks to his hotel room and hating on other black actors. 

Merwin Mondesir writes: Saw this human garbage on a milk carton the other day…

…there’s only one reason a good-looking, decent actor like him would get left behind after “juice” while so many others succeeded, do the math.

…truly a lost soul… and i’m not one to call out ppl but he deserves no civility from me. One of the worst human beings i ever met… Now I can put it to rest!

…How’s buying drinks under my room # and forging my name at the hotel we were staying at while filming for three months simply because we had a falling out over an incident he started. That’s just for starters.

…you know he’s Maino’s brother right… the rapper that went to jail for ten years for armed kidnapping and extortion. Must run in the family.

He had the nerve to tell me that the only reason Omar Epps has gotten all that work is because he’s a prototypical black man… hating much buddy!? and also that he was pac’s bitch on juice.

…so let’s see how he feels when someone does that to him. he broke the cardinal rule… After cock blocking, speaking ill about another in the biz that’s doing their thing is a no-no, what happens on set stays on set. that’s the paparazzi job. being seeing that he is no longer an actor or atleast a working one… well her you go…

…he played himself playing someone named darnell… every role he does he is exactly himself just as a different character. what range!!! lolol. There’s more to acting than just being able to deliver lines naturally as you would in real life. don’t believe me, watch all his roles. If he played a UN diplomat he would still speak ghetto!

…And i’m leaving out all the real asshole stuff he did out of respect for the craft.
…one last tidbit, with the exception of Renassance man, his only two other big films were Bones and Juice, both directed by Ernest Dickerson. you figure it out, can we say freebee!

Source: SR