Langston Kerman took to social media on Wednesday to remember his dear friend and “Bust Down” co-star Jak Knight.

Jak passed away on Thursday night in Los Angeles and the news of his sudden passing sent shockwaves through the entertainment industry.

Days later, the comedian and actor’s death was ruled a suicide

Jak was just 28 years old.

Langston, who is also a stand-up comedian, writer, and actor paid tribute to Jak in a way that truly represents the uniquely hilarious friendship that they had. 

He began his tribute by writing, “One of the biggest fights Jak and I ever got into happened because I got upset and called him a b**ch ass ni**a.”

“Even though, mind you, he called me a b**ch ass ni**a almost every single day. If asked, he would say the difference is because I was saying it to hurt his feelings, but he was saying it because I am one.”

Langston explained, “For Jak, b**ch and ni**a were like poetry. They were words that meant everything and nothing at the same time — this ever changing water of the gods. We were all b**ches and we were all ni**as because it was funny and comedy was all that matters.”

Langston Kerman also shared his thoughts on “goodbyes” and their purpose.

“Over the past few days I’ve been thinking a lot about the purpose of goodbyes. How we’re supposed to do them. Who they’re for. And I think goodbyes are just meant to remind us that none of this is permanent,” he shared.

“Our kindnesses and our weaknesses, our joys and our hurts, they’re all temporary. We are as fleeting as the words we choose. And so, at the very least, our words might as well be funny.”

Langston ended his tribute by writing, “Love you, you b**ch ass ni**a.”

See his original post below. 

I extend my love, thoughts, and prayers to the family of Jak Knight and all who knew and loved him dearly.