Luenell Apologizes For Publicly Shaming Her Daughter -- But Sticks With Original Message

Luenell Apologizes For Publicly Shaming Her Daughter -- But Sticks With Original Message
Source: Essence

With every passing day, people are understanding why they should taking social distancing and stay-at-home orders more seriously. Comedian Luenel recently revealed that the younger generation still isn't on the same page and revealed that she had to kick her own daughter out.

The comedienne took to Instagram to explain to fans that she would not risk her health for anyone who thinks they are invincible to this invisible illness -- including her flesh and blood.

In an Instagram post, Luenell said: 'I have to make the best decision for me and my husband who is Already suffering from COPD. I’m sure most of the millennials think we are dramatic and overreacting because they’re not as ‘woke’ as they think they are … Why am I sharing this publicly? Because maybe some of You might want to think of the activities of Your children outside of your house these days as well. The millennials are not listening and not taking proper precautions. This is our LIVES we are talking about people especially if you are in a certain age category. I’m bummed but it is what it is. #fukthesekids'

She took to the social media site after her Da'nelle Campbell joked about the virus that has proven to be more deadly for those over 60 or with chronic conditions. As a result of her not taking it seriously, Campbell was kicked out.

Lu recently explained that she had no idea that her post would go viral and that she and her daughter were blown up with messages as a result of it.

She didn't want the young woman to be slammed by the general public.

The 61-year-old told Claudia Jordan on her Fox Soul show: 'Then my daughter called me, because I guess when she woke up, people were all over tagging her. What had happened was, she got drug really, really badly on social media. ‘How could you do this?’ ‘Tramp a**.’ Yeah, and she didn’t have a problem with the quarantine. She had a problem with the posting.'

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She then referenced Real Housewives of Atlanta star Nene Leakes' revelation that her son is doing the same thing.

'I did it so maybe granny might say, ‘You need to get somewhere and sit your a** down.' I see that, even though  NeNe [Leakes] and I are not fans of each other, we agree on one thing. She has decided that maybe she needs to tell her son to sit down somewhere, too.'

She apologized to her daughter but then stuck by her word that she wasn't welcome in her house until this is over.

Hopefully, the message breaks through to anyone who needs to hear it.

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