Mike Epps and Bresha Webb Say It’s “Too Soon” To Joke About Kehlani’s Suicide Attempt
Not every comedian is poking fun at R&B singer Kehlani and her suicide attempt amid rumors that she was cheating on her boyfriend NBA baller Kyrie Irving. HipHollywood caught up with Mike Epps and Bresha Webb, at the premiere for their new film Meet the Blacks, and got their reaction to people who made jokes and memes about the 20 year old’s love triangle and attempted suicide.
“Some things are too fresh and too soon, you got to give it a little time,” said Epps who himself is going through a public divorce from his wife Mechele Epps. “Prayers go out to Kehlani, hope things get better for her.”
“It’s too soon, that nearly brought me to tears,” added Webb. ” I love your music and actually said a prayer for you today Kehlani, because that’s such a hard thing to go through. And whether it was her cheating or whatever, guys have such a double standard.”
After the Oakland native posted a photo and message on Instagram that she attempted to take her own life, and explained that she was not cheating on Irving with her ex-boyfriend Party Next Door, many still made light of her situation.
Comedian Lil Duval posted this on message on Twitter:
While Chris Brown, who is good friends with Irving accused Kehlani of “stuntin for the gram” with this message on Twitter: