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In case you didn't tune into the Justin Bieber Roast on Monday night, here's a little spoiler: the Biebs got slammed. 

Ludacris was one of the roasters on hand for the Comedy Central event, taking digs at the 21-year-old singer (our personal favorite: "the Brazilian prostitute that claimed she was with Justin told the news that he was well-endowed. And that prostitute would know because so was he"), so, when the 37-year-old rapper stopped by E! News on Tuesday to promote his eighth studio album Ludaversal (available now!) we had to ask the Furious 7 star to share some scoop on the epic event. 

"The Justin Bieber Roast was a great roast, man," the multihypenate told E! News with a smile. "I think we were all laughing not only at ourselves, but about everyone else. And I think in terms of who they had and everybody getting up there doing their thing, everybody had their favorites."

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Comedians such as Kevin HartJeff RossNatasha LeggeroPete Davidson and celebs like Martha Stewart Shaquille O'NealSnoop Dogg and Ludacris didn't hold back as they bashed the controversy prone star in a pre-taped Comedy Central Roast, which aired earlier this week. 

And nothing was off-limits, including jokes on egg-gate, Selena Gomez and yes, even Anne Frank (remember when he said he hoped "she would have been a Bielieber"?). 

"So, the Justin Bieber Roast was a success," the Ludaversal star added. 

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Of course, the roast didn't come without controversy, as Ludacris previously admitted that some of the jokes went "too far" after Paul Walker's tragic death was used for comedy fodder. 

"A lot of people took it too far. Basically, it did go too far, and that's what happens at some of these roasts," he explained. "But as long as they edit it to the point where they ride the fine line, it doesn't go over the line, I'm sure we good...You know, there were some Paul Walker jokes that I didn't feel like were appropriate. And I was told and promised that they would edit those out...Some of those were over the line."

While the rapper admitted he has yet to see the final broadcast, there seems to be only love between Ludacris and the Biebs. 

"Great seeing u at the roast @Ludacris. I love u man. All jokes :) everyone go get that new album #Ludaversal!!" the "Baby" crooner tweeted after the event. 

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