Comedian Lil Duval went on The Breakfast Club on Friday morning, and for some reason felt that was the best platform to make some controversial comments about transgender people. It all started when hosts Charlamagne Tha God, Angela Yee, and DJ Envy start talking about the recent Usher lawsuit rumors. Somehow, that conversation leads into President Trump’s recent Twitter announcement banning transgender people from the U.S. military, a bizarre announcement that took the nation—​including the military—​by surprise. That’s when Lil Duval implied that if he found out he was with a trans woman, she would have to “die.” The discussion gets predictably worse from than point forward. The conversation in question starts at around the 6:30 mark in the above video, and goes until around 9:00.

People on Twitter were quick to call the comedian out on his hurtful and potentially dangerous comments, sending his name straight to Twitter’s list of trending topics. Most focused on the fact that transphobic comments and “jokes” like this perpetuate a cycle of normalizing transphobic behavior, which not only doesn’t help transgender people feel more comfortable in their skin but is also a dangerous mindset when transgender people are routinely targeted as victims of hate crimes. Many also highlighted the biting irony of the fact that Janet Mock, a transgender activist, was a guest on the show just last week.

Laverne Cox, the Emmy-nominated actress and trans activist, took to Twitter to air out her frustrations with the conversation.

But no matter how much negative noise his comments created on social media, Lil Duval didn’t seem too bothered or interested in learning from his critiques. He’s been responding on Twitter, but the “shrug” emoji was the extent of his response.