Comedian A.J. Johnson has died. He is most remembered by his role as Ezal in the movie Friday. According to TMZ, A.J.'s nephew says the comedian was found lifeless in a store earlier this month in Los Angeles and rushed to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead. As of now, there was no cause of death released. However, Media Takeout mentioned he died of a heart attack and his family thinks drugs and/or alcohol may have played a part. He has starred in numerous and classic comedy movies such as "House Party," "Menace to Society," and even "Lethal Weapon 3" and even "Player's Club." Yes, classic movies and that's no included the television shows where he made appearances. A.J. was even rumored to reprise his role as Ezal in the upcoming "Last Friday movie. He was 55-years-old.