'This Hurts Too Much': Comedians Pay Tribute to Ralphie May

Roxanne Vargas sits down with comedian Ralphie May to talk about life after "Last Comic Standing" and his upcoming show at the Fort Lauderdale Improv. (Published Thursday, June 18, 2015)

Veteran comedians like Ken Jeong and Bob Saget are paying tribute to fellow funny man Ralphie May after he passed away Friday morning after suffering cardiac arrest.

"This hurts too much. @Ralphie_May helped me so much. Rest In Peace. Thank you for all the love you have given me. Thank you for everything," Jeong wrote on Twitter.

Saget bluntly wrote: "Ralphie May. Dammit. You were a funny and sweet mofo man. Rest In Peace."

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May, 45, got his huge break when he appeared on NBC's reality competition show "Last Comic Standing."

See how other comedians are saying goodbye to the fellow humorist: