The "Players Club" actress wasn't playing around during her appearance on "The Wendy Williams Show."
In case it wasn't already clear, LisaRaye McCoy really has no love left for former friend Duane Martin.
Appearing on "The Wendy Williams Show" on Wednesday, the host dove headfirst into the good stuff, bringing up McCoy's recent comment that introducing Martin to her ex-husband Michael Misick was "one of the worst things I ever did."
"I just know he's not my friend anymore," she began, after Williams brought up her "All of Us" costar. "He was my brother, I called him my brother and for me, at the time, he was my example. Being a married couple, I wanted to be around them because I wanted [them] to show me how to be a new wife."
Martin was married to Tisha Campbell at the time, though the two split in 2018.
"He started being in places he shouldn't have been, along with the shenanigans [with her husband]," she continued. "I made it very clear we were not friends anymore, he was not welcome in my home anymore. Let me be clear, I never said Duane broke my marriage up, I said he was a friend of mine and he shouldn't have been in places that he was in with my now ex-husband."
When Wendy said she wasn't "being specific" enough, McCoy said she didn't need to be. "When you tell a person, 'You're no longer my friend, if I see you, you don't have to ever speak to me again, if you were on fire I wouldn't spit on you. If I said these things to you, that means I no longer give a damn about you,'" she explained. "I know that he can not break up my marriage, no one can do that, you're only responsible -- you and your husband. But there's a code of conduct you must have when you're in a relationship and he broke that, he broke the friendship."
Williams asked if that meant Martin was introducing her ex to other women -- which she claimed on TV One's "Uncensored" earlier this month -- McCoy said, "I will say that he was with him, I know that. He was with him, a lot of times. Michael doesn't have a problem finding relationships. He was a playboy when I met him."
Speaking about her divorce from the Turks and Caicos politician, to whom she was married from 2006 to 2008, LisaRaye took some blame for the split. "Neither one of us was 100%," she told Wendy. "I cannot point the finger at him."
That being said, she said the last straw was "a lot of shenanigans" and had to do with him not being honest. LisaRaye also accused Rosci Diaz of being "in places that she shouldn't have been," before turning her sights to Nicole Murphy.
When photos of Murphy kissing the very married Antoine Fuqua surfaced in July, McCoy tweeted out, "Gurl @nikimurphy you went after @iamlelarochon husband too? ... SMH so wrong ... again!" There were rumors Misick cheated on McCoy with Murphy, allegations Nicole recently shot down on Wendy when LisaRaye's tweet went viral.
"It says I broke up someone's marriage, which is absolutely false. I never did that," Murphy told Wendy in September. "It's not true."
"I know she did," LisaRaye said on Wednesday. "She did a play of words, she said I did not break up LisaRae's marriage. I wouldn't give her that much credit to say she broke up anything. When you're a woman and you're grown, let's handle it like a woman. Let's talk face to face and get it out. I will say this, I'm not a saint, I've got some skeletons in my closet as well, they may come out, they may fall out but right now they're in. When she got here and said I lied, I was like, wait a minute, you should have pleaded the fifth."
She then told Nicole, "Don't make me do it with the receipts, don't make me do it" -- with Wendy pleading with her to "do it," naturally. "I got proof. The [kind of thing] that I don't need to ask nobody else about."