Chris Rock on Leonardo DiCaprio Taking Home 20 Models: 'I Love the Guy'

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Chris Rock is continuing his super-candid press tour for his new film Top Five, this time offering up his thoughts on Leonardo DiCaprio's infamous playboy ways.

Specifically, when it comes to the models.

Over the weekend, the 40-year-old Wolf of Wall Street actor was spotted leaving a South Beach, Miami nightclub with no less than 20 models, the New York Daily News reports.

"That f*cking guy," Chris laughs, talking to Howard Stern. "I love the guy. He's enjoyed himself. The mother f*cker -- if he's not doing a movie, he's 40 pounds more, with a fine mother f*cker, with a beard, and a f*cking model. 'F*ck y'all.'"

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Clearly, Chris admires Leo's enviable personal life.

"He's f*cking Leo DiCaprio, man," he stresses. "He's f*cking Leo DiCaprio! 'I'm eating cheeseburgers and f*cking fine b*tches.'"

The rest of Chris' response is obviously NSFW, so listen at your own risk.

But Howard's interview with Chris wasn't all jokes. Chris also revealed his deep admiration for fellow comedian Dave Chappelle, who he asked to make an appearance in Top Five, but was eventually turned down by the famously reclusive comedian.

"He's brilliant, my favorite comedian. Sometimes it's painful," he says about seeing Chappelle's stand-up act and wishing he would have come up with his material. "He's amazing. ... He's beyond jokes. He's literally on another level. He's strictly on the level of having a conversation."

He also refuted reports that Chappelle suffered a nervous breakdown.

"His kids are young, and you want to spend time with your kids while they're young," he explains about The Chappelle Show star's absence from the public eye. "When they're young, you make -- I wouldn't even call them sacrifices -- because a sacrifice would mean that there's better things to do."

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Chris recently sat down with ET to talk about the inspiration behindTop Five, in which he plays a comedian who tries to make it as a serious actor.

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