D.L. Hughley‘s eldest daughter, Ryan Nicole Shepard, took to social media with a very clear and direct message for Mo’Nique and her “poisonous mouth.”
Ryan called out Mo’Nique for disrespecting her mother and her baby sister in an effort to show D.L.’s character and hurt him.
You may recall during her on-stage rant, Mo’Nique said, “How can DL’s wife suck the d**k of a coward?”
Then, she took to social media and posted a clip of D.L. talking about his daughter being sexually assaulted by someone he knew and how he did nothing about it because he liked the person.
To be frank, I haven’t witnessed such an eloquent and necessary read since Tabitha Brown got Wendy Williams together.
Ryan Nicole Shepard did not mince words – nor did she get gutter as she addressed the “Queen of Comedy.”
Read her full statement below.
Hi @therealmoworldwide I’m Ryan Nicole Shepard (D.L. Hughley and LaDonna Hughley’s eldest daughter).
You’ve now publicly disrespected my mother- who I love and care for very much – and my baby sister – who I love and care for very much to get back at my father – who I love, respect, and care for very much.
At this point, I feel like you are asking my family and myself to act out of character.
Out of all things you could have legitimately said about my dad, if that’s the route you wanted to take, you chose to be deliberately mean and hurtful to two black women who have another to do with this conversation.
Using my mama and my sister to show people my father’s character only shows how little mental stability, dignity, morality and respect you have not only for yourself but other black women.
You’re clearly two crayons short of the full box sis. You’re disgusting and you absolutely need to keep every single member of MY family’s name out of your poisonous mouth.
Not because you can do us harm, you can’t. But, because you are adding to the historical and systematic disrespect and trauma of other black women…who you claim to love.
And for what? A check? You’re bringing up trauma for a concert line-up discrepancy?
All you’ve done is proven that you have no moral compass.
Nothing is too far in your quest to prove a point and I’m blessed that my parents raised children who have no idea how you could possibly go there.
We Hughleys are going to have a good ass day and a blessed life.
We are healed. We are whole and we love each other fiercely and deeply.
You can continue to live in that scorched earth kingdom of yours.
Get some help ma’am, Fa Real.
Oh, and if you want to have this conversation in person, I’ll happily give you my address ?
D.L. Hughley shared his daughter’s post via Instagram along with the caption:
THE LOVE BETWEEN OUR FAMILY IS EVIDENT AND CLEAR AND WHILE I’M BEYOND PROUD OF THE WAY MY ELDEST DAUGHTER @brownsugarandbourbon HANDLED THIS DISGUSTING ATTACK, THIS IS NOT THEIR FIGHT.
THEY HAVE BEEN REPEATEDLY ATTACKED FOR NO REASON, THIS NEEDS TO END.
See his original post below.
Ryan made so many valid points – the biggest being – how do you claim to advocate and fight for black women while disrespecting them in the process?!
Make it make sense, my babies.
UPDATE: Sunday, June 5
Mo’Nique took to social media on Sunday to accept Ryan’s offer to have a conversation.
However, Mo wants to have the convo on D.L.’s show.
@brownsugarandbourbon Hey young sister THANK YOU FOR THE INVITATION FOR A DISCUSSION. WE WOULD LIKE TO TAKE YOU UP ON IT.
BECAUSE IT COULD BE VERY HEALING FOR OUR COMMUNITY.
HAVE @realdlhughley SET UP A TIME FOR YOU, & YOUR FAMILY & MY HUSBAND & I TO COME ON HIS SHOW & WE WILL GO FROM THERE.
I LOVE US 4REAL❤️
See the original post below.
Should D.L. Hughley allow Mo’Nique and her husband to come on his show for a discussion?