The battle between D.L. Hughley and Kanye West seems to have no conclusion. Fans must have noticed that Kanye West’s close friend and collaborator Theophilus London appeared to be battling the music legend’s battles on Kanye’s behalf. Theophilus London’s claim that he pressed Hughley over Kanye West is recently denied by D. L. Hughley.
D.L. Hughley has come forward with his side of the Theophilus London narrative. The Trinidadian rapper claimed on Sunday, March 20 that he “pressed” Hughley over their recent internet feud, leading the comedian’s security to intercede. Hughley, though, was taken off a surprise by London’s account, according to VladTV. Hughley said that there was only a brief verbal interaction.
The 59-year-old went on to say that while enjoying dinner with his family at Nobu in Malibu, he observed London going by his table many times. Hughley walked to the restroom and saw London snapping selfies in the mirror, which prompted London to inquire.
“What up OG? Make it right.”
“[Kanye West] needs to make it right!”
Hughley claimed the conversation stopped there, and London departed the washroom. Hughley also mentioned that security at the restaurant intervened was not his own. The incident is remembered differently by D.L. Hughley and London. London appeared to approach Hughley near the restroom area in a series of images and videos uploaded to his Instagram Stories with a caption.
“LMAO. I TOLD HIM TO APOLOGIZE ON CAMERA FOR DOING THAT VLAD INTERVIEW AND HIS PEOPLE CALLED SECURITY.”
In one scene, London appeared to be attempting to approach a dining table where Hughley was seated. London was hustled away by security before he could say anything. Last week, Kanye West went after Hughley, calling him a “stupid ass ouse n-gga” and threatening to pay him a visit at his Calabasas home. Hughley’s friend and fellow comedian Steve Harvey joined in the fun, remarking on an edition of The Steve Harvey Morning Show.
“Pull up, it ain’t what you want. If y’all do get to scrapping, all my cash on D.L., cause you have no idea. You been a lil politically, socially conscious rapper — we from a ass-whoopin’ era. … We from a whole ’nother era.”
“Ye, c’mon man, back up a little bit. … D.L. ain’t your problem. Don’t go out there against that man’s family.”
Do you believe this dispute will ever come to an end? Let’s see how Kanye West responds to this. Stay tuned to Thirsty for more information.
What’s your take on it? Sound it in the comments.