Aziz Ansari

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It wasn't all fun and games the last time Aziz Ansari hit the stage.

The Parks and Recreation star engaged in some verbal mudslinging Friday when he showed up at Largo at the Coronet in West Hollywood for an impromptu set and fielded a question from an audience member that he apparently took offense at.

"Why don't you wear a red dot on your forehead?" a woman asked.

Let's just say Ansari answered a question with a question...

"Why don't you have the word c--t on your forehead?" he fired back, according to

Ansari, who's of Indian heritage but was born in South Carolina, went on to muse about how there are "still racist people in the world."

The night, which also featured the comedic stylings of Sarah Silverman, Nick Kroll and Tig Notaro, otherwise progressed pretty smoothly.

A rep for Ansari says the actor will not be commenting, but maybe the presumably pissed audience member was assuaged by the food truck parked outside. Staffers were handing out free pizza to promote Ansari's next movie, 30 Minutes or Less.

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