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‘The Real’ Without Tamera: Loni & Adrienne Fight Tears Talking About Murdered Niece

Tamera Mowry Niece Dead The Real
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Nov. 12 2018, Published 7:01 p.m. ET

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Tamera Mowry’s co-stars on The Real gave a tearful tribute to her after her niece was senselessly killed in the Borderline shooting.

Loni Love described how Mowry called her at 1am, saying “She was frantic. I immediately went over there.”

The talk show host said Mowry’s husband Adam Housley went to the Thousand Oaks bar to look for his niece and Mowry “was calling every hospital she could because we were holding out hope.”

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Love said “They were on the dance floor line dancing. They were still dancing when Alaina went to sit down. It was just a matter of seconds they said. They got out the window, they didn’t know what happened.”

Alaina Housley was one of Ian David Long’s 12 victims that he shot on Wednesday, November 7, 2018.

Adrienne Bailon choked back tears as she read a message from Mowry to Love.

“God I can’t,” she said crying. “Please tell Loni thank you, thank you for being there for me and and answering her phone at 1 am and giving me hope until I got the call. Thank you for holding me and helping me breathe through the unthinkable. Thank you for always believing in the Housleys . We will never let any other victim of gun violence die in vain.”

Adrienne Bailon

Bailon said Mowry vowed: “Enough is enough. She will never give up fighting until her dying day.”

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