D.L. Hughley (Twitter), Stephen A. Smith (YouTube)

D.L. Hughley stopped by “Big Boy’s Neighborhood” and he didn’t mince words when discussing Stephen A. Smith saying Black people relate to Donald Trump.

Stephen appeared on Fox News with Sean Hannity when he said: 

By Donald Trump’s statement weeks ago, talking about how he’s hearing that Black folks find him relatable, because what he’s going through is similar to what Black Americans have gone through.

He wasn’t lying.

He was telling the truth. When you see the law enforcement, the court system, and everything else being exercised against him, it is something that Black folks, throughout this nation, can relate to.

Stephen A. Smith added: 

With some of our historic, iconic figures, we’ve seen that happen throughout society.

So no matter what race, what ethnicity you may emanate from, we relate to you when you’re suffering like that, because we know we have.

And that’s what he articulated.

Watch the clip below.

After receiving backlash and getting lambasted by the Black community, Stephen A. offered the most unapologetic apology to ever apologize. 

Watch below.

D.L. Hughley roasted Stephen A. Smith for playing in the face of the Black community.

Who are you hanging around that thinks an old, fraudulent rapist is relatable to you?! 

Don’t a p— and tell me you didn’t say it! You did! You did! You said what you said! 

You said it – stand on it! Don’t tell me you didn’t say it!

The comedian added, “If he got taken out of context – show me the thing you said that is different than what I believe you said!

Watch below as D.L. goes in on Stephen A!

D.L. Hughley also had a few words for Caitlyn Jenner – who tweeted, “Good riddance,” when O.J. Simpson died.

Related: Caitlyn Jenner Gets Cooked On Twitter After ‘Good Riddance’ Tweet About O.J. Simpson

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