Hughley went on the offensive against West during an interview with VLAD TV. "I think you can't write a beat so good that you get to do these things."
The comedian voiced his worry for Kardashian's safety and how people are just giving West a pass because he is who he is.
"I think that I've watched too many times where things like that happen that a woman ... or someone who's just not believed," he continued, warning, "things escalate."
The Original King of Comedy says in no uncertain terms, "He is stalking her! You can think it's cute, but if it were my daughter ... I'd do something about it."
He went on to criticize those acting so flippant about the never ending antics Kanye has pulled saying, "I don't think it's funny. Society laughs it off cus 'she showed her ass all the time' and 'he's this' or 'he's that.'"
Hughley added, "the only difference between him and a restraining order is about 20 hits, and a couple hundred million dollars. I just don't think it's funny."
The comedian made his own personal jab against the Heartless rapper claiming, "I think that Kanye wouldn't get no pu--y at all if he didn't write those hits." He continued, "he accounts on all that mystique ... but in the end ... she's got just as much bread as he does."
Hughley then defended Davidson claiming the comedian has done nothing wrong. "Why threaten Pete Davidson?" he asked. "I don't understand the point in threatening him. If you're threatening the dude who's f---ing your woman all he's gonna do is f--- her harder!"
Fans have commented on the comedian's words saying that "he's telling nothing but the truth. It's scary behavior."
As Radar previously reported, earlier this week, a judge signed off on Kim becoming legally single despite Ye's initial objections.