DL Hughley’s Daughter ADDRESSES Mo’Nique . . . She Reads Her BADLY . . . Then Tells Mo To PULL UP!!

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DL Hughley’s eldest daughter Ryan is stepping into the mess between her dad and fellow comedienne Mo’Nique.

Over the past week, Mo and DL have been going back and forth about who got top billing on a comedy show. They’ve been posting screenshots of concerts, and going back and forth in a battle that seems very petty and silly.

Well, last week Mo’Nique decided to take their petty argument to DL’s family, Media Take Out confirmed.

On Friday, June 2, Mo’Nique posted on her Instagram page a clip of D.L.’s interview about the matter. In the caption, the “Bessie” star blasted her nemesis in writing, “When I said ‘how can DL’s wife suck the d**k of a coward’, this is what I meant. When my husband & I say we have to fight for the little girls coming up behind us & u see DL didn’t believe his own daughter over a friend, because he seemingly likes his friend more than he LOVED HIS OWN DAUGHTER & didn’t want to be bothered by the inconvenient truth.”

DL explained in a 2018 interview that his family struggled to come to grips with the abuse his daughter suffered, at the hands of a family friend. Mo’Nique used that family trauma against DL, and now his daughter is speaking out about it.

Here’s DL’s daughter Ryan and his wife:

The daughter was respectful in her response, but ended it asking Mo to PULL UP. And they both live in Atlanta so it actually might HAPPEN!!!


Mo’Nique is a stand-up comedian and actress. She has received an Academy Award, BAFTA Award, Golden Globe Award, Screen Actors Guild Award, and Grammy Award.

She first gained recognition for her work in stand-up comedy, debuting as a member of The Queens of Comedy. In 2002, she received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Comedy Album. Mo’Nique began her transition into mainstream film and television having a starring role as Nicole “Nikki” Parker in the UPN series The Parkers (1999-2004), as well as appearing in Phat Girlz (2006) and Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins (2008).

In 2009, she garnered critical acclaim for her performance in the film Precious, for which she won numerous awards, including the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress, becoming the fourth African American woman to win the award. Mo’Nique has since hosted The Mo’Nique Show (2009-2011), and starred as Ma Rainey in the HBO biopic Bessie (2015) earning a Primetime Emmy Award nomination.

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