Even bad men love their grandmothers.
Maxwell Jacob Friedman was recently honored by the New York Times for his performance in Le Dinner Debonair. The publication commented on MJF’s poise, saying, “he still has astounding control. The character is part heel, part tool (hair gel, loafers, Burberry bling — tacky, tacky, tacky) and part goodfella wannabe;” the New York Times would say that the performance itself didn't leave much to be desired but would specify that that is not because of MJF.
As a special treat for Maxwell to celebrate this accomplishment, his grandmother, affectionately called “Moomoo” made him a special Saturday morning breakfast and then provided the world with the trade as she had some choice words for Orange Cassidy, the man that Maxwell will face on the next episode of Dynamite to defend his Dynamite Diamond Ring.
Momoo has some choice words for that dipshit orange Cassidy pic.twitter.com/q1lmR6O7PO— Maxwell Jacob Friedman (@The_MJF) December 5, 2020
When confronted by a fan that suggested he was breaking character, Maxwell made it very clear that he is still very much in character and had choice words for the fan.
Hey dipshit. It’s not a gimmick. I’m not allowed to have a grandmother?— Maxwell Jacob Friedman (@The_MJF) December 5, 2020
Sit and spin.
If you would like to see MJF say nice things about people you can check out his interview with our Sean Ross Sapp at this link.