Kanye West ‘s band comes to his defense Theophilus London confronts D.L. Hughley amid Ye’s ongoing feud with the comedian.
During a weekend visit to Nobu in Malibu, the “Can’t Stop” rapper appeared to approach the comedian’s desk while dining with friends. In a series of Instagram Stories, they confronted London.
In response to Hughley’s criticism of Kanye during his divorce from Kim Kardashian,
“I told him to apologize on camera for doing that stupid Vlad interview and he called the public to safety,” he wrote.
It’s unclear what was said during the exchange. London posted a photo of Hughley turning around and filmed Chief Keef’s soundtrack with “Faneto.”
“I @realdlhughley this ni**,” London claimed, while also shooting at one of the Comedy Kings. “Whose kings?” he asked.
However, things didn’t seem to be heating up. “I’m a good boy and a peacemaker tho. I just came to get some fish,” he wrote.
Kanye West Talks About Hungley
You and Hughley are the two of you who come and go. Hughley accused Ye of “stalking” his ex and questioned his mental health and forced Ye to respond with a threatening message.
“DL Hughley is a pawn,” he wrote in a post that has since been deleted. “Yes, I know a king shouldn’t address a pawn, but I address everything and I find addresses DL So don’t talk about me or my children.
Hughley received support from Steve Harvey, who spoke out in defence of his comedian friend.
“Get up, that’s not what you want,” the 65-year-old comedian said on “The Steve Harvey Morning Show.”
“If you all get scrapped, take all my money from the D.L., because you have no idea. You’ve become a politically conscious, socially conscious rapper. We come from the aft-whoopin era. We come from a whole “not” period.”