Artie Lange wants to kiss and make up with Howard Stern 10 years after the comedian's drug use made the & # 39; King of All Media & # 39; started him from his radio show
- 51-year-old Lange extended the olive branch to Stern during the latest episode of Steve & # 39; Gorilla & # 39; Grillo & # 39; s & # 39; AftershockXL & # 39; YouTube show to be broadcast on Wednesday
- Stern fired Lange in 2009 because of the drug addiction of the comedian
- He told the New York Times in May that he loves Lange & # 39; but doesn't like to talk about him because & # 39; I don't want to do anything that would rock his boat & # 39;
- After reading Stern's comments, Lang said it sounds & # 39; sounds like Howard has some guilt about firing me or anything & # 39;
- Lange told Grillo and Grillo & co-host Jesse Nash that he forgives Stern for kicking him off the show, adding that he wants to apologize for his behavior
- & # 39; I feel terrible, & # 39; Lang said. & # 39; I'm going to call him one of these days & # 39;
Artie Lange extended an olive branch to his former boss Howard Stern in the latest installment of the show & # 39; AftershockXL & # 39; from podcast host Steve Grillo, which is broadcast on Wednesday
A whole decade after their controversial split, shock jock Howard Stern and his ex-sidekick Artie Lange, the former dynamic duo of talk-out without limitations, seems too late for a reunion.
It was Stern who fired Lang in 2009 after the notorious drug addiction of the comedian endangered his work and ruined his relationship with the King of All Media.
Stern has expressed some recent doubts about how it went with Lange, whose years of struggle with addiction reached a low point earlier this year.
The fellow comedians of the 51-year-old begged him to seek professional help after he had tested positive for cocaine use twice in two months and was arrested in January and February according to NJ.com.
The fallen star reportedly lived in half a house when a Twitter user shot video of him who has a new job to pump gas to meet the conditions of his probationary period.
It was Stern who fired Lang in 2009 after the infamous drug addiction of the comedian endangered his work and ruined his relationship with the King of All Media
Stern has expressed some doubts about how it went with Lange whose years of struggle with addiction reached a low point earlier this year
& # 39; If this returns to Howard, tell him that I love him. I love him to death and I miss him, & Lange said to the man who made the video. & # 39; I have to pump gas. I am quickly back on stage. I promise. & # 39;
Lange told & # 39; AftershockXL & # 39; podcast host Steve & # 39; Gorilla & # 39; Grillo who had read Stern's comments made him feel & # 39; bad & # 39;
Seven days later, Sheriff delegates in Essex County New Jersey booked Lang for an order for breaking his probation.
All the negative news about his former friend seemed to take a toll on Stern, who told the New York Times the same month that he & # 39; of & # 39; holds & # 39; but the two & # 39; have lost contact & # 39 ;.
& # 39; I'm doing that, & # 39; said Stern. & # 39; I don't want to do anything that would rock his boat. & # 39;
Lange told & # 39; AftershockXL & # 39; podcast host Steve & # 39; Gorilla & # 39; Grillo, who had read Stern's comments, made him feel & # 39; horrible & # 39 ;.
Page six received an advanced copy of the interview, which will be broadcast on YouTube on Wednesday
& # 39; It seems that Howard is a little guilty of firing me or whatever, & # 39; said Lange. & # 39; There must be no fault of Howard. Howard didn't do anything wrong. The only thing Howard did was try to help me. I love him so much. & # 39;
Spokeswoman Katherine Carter of the Essex County prosecutor said that Lange was arrested in May because he & # 39; did not meet his drug case requirements & # 39; was sufficient, but Sheriff Armando Fontoura noted at the time that Lange looked sober and sounded good.
He is said to have been sober for eight months and said he wants to apologize to Stern for their fight.
The two have been talking over the phone since Lange left Stern's show, but Lange never said he regretted his behavior or the breakup.
& # 39; I'm going to call him these days, & # 39; said Lange.
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