D.L. Hughley must publicly apologize for endangering the lives of Black women who may be victims of domestic violence by encouraging them to remain silent.

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Nellie Nieves
8 years ago
He's a woman beater. Wow i'm in total shock. Who he think he is to try to keep abused woman silent. I was abused for a very long time until I finally got tired and i ended up doing a TINA on my ex. I got tired and fought back.

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Tom Gresham
8 years ago
Hughley is an idiot...

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Jon Evans
8 years ago
My belief has always been that if you refer to ANY WOMAN AS A B...... or a HO.. You might as well denigrate someone of Spanish, Polish, Asian, German, Jewish OR ANY OTHER ETHNIC GROUP! IT IS NOT JUST TALK! It is not hip or cool to denigrate women in such matters.

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Althea Anderson
8 years ago
Hughley must be held accountable for his misogynist attitudes. There are real consequences when these toxic comments are shared through mass media, they are in part what drives social norms that condone gender-based violence

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Tamara Apple
8 years ago
Being a recepient of Domestic Violence both physical and mental it is not just a BLACK thing but, all races. Domestic Violence will NOT be tolerated in the United States. PERIOD!!! No matter who or what you are.

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Lori Claybrooks
8 years ago
Violence against women needs to be taken more seriously by both men and women.

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William Jenkins
8 years ago
I'm sick of obnoxious, talk show hosts.

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Raejon Manuel
8 years ago
Any man who will publicly speak this way about ANY woman will abuse a woman in private. This man is a disgrace to the African American race. Women of all races deserve respect.

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Julie Bowlin
8 years ago
Black or white, rich or poor, domestic violence happens everyday. Keeping quiet is what allows the perpetrators to continue doing it.

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Rhiannon Maher
8 years ago
This is hideous shame on him