Academy Award-winning actress and one of Hip Hop’s most coveted women of all time, Halle Berry is, unfortunately, making headlines for what someone said about her.

That someone would be WWE legend Ric Flair, who had no shame in his game about having loose lips when he was asked about his celebrity conquests on his self-titled show/podcast.

The 67-year-old retired pro wrestler was fielding questions from his callers when the topic of had any famous women ever rode “Space Mountain” came up. He then immediately outed the 50-year-old movie star who is renown for her roles in Catwoman, the original X-Men film trilogy and 2001’s Monster’s Ball, where she infamously won an Oscar for a flick where the only memorable scene was a sex romp between her and Billy Bob Thornton.

“You want me to start with Halle Berry?” he asked before laughing with “Of course she did” when the “Space Mountain” passenger log-in sheet was referenced.

“She was in Atlanta and just got divorced from David Justice,” he told his co-host Conrad Thompson. “Would I have to make up a lie?”

Known for his eccentric style — in terms of not only fashion but wrestling techniques as well — Flair is the only two-time WWE Hall of Famer in history, having been inducted both individually and as a member of the Four Horsemen. In 2011, Killer Mike released his fourth studio album titled PL3DGE which featured a braggadocious record titled “Ric Flair.”

Although Berry was the only celebrity starlet the Nature Boy had the balls to name, he did blurt out “Oh gosh, several dozen,” alluding to the possibility that he have a few more ways to make his show a trending topic.