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It's been a tough week for celebrities on Twitter...

Just a day after Charlie Sheen seemed to be wishing for Donald Trump's death in a tweet and Steve Martin deleted a tweet about the passing of Carrie Fisher, D.L. Hughley is facing criticism for his tweet relating to the passing of Fisher and her mother Debbie Reynolds.

"Black Mama's don't die cuz they kids do!" Hughley tweeted Thursday following Reynolds' death from a stroke the day after Fisher died.

Hughley was swiftly admonished on Twitter for injecting race into the conversation as many fans mourned the legendary actresses.

One commenter criticized the actor-comedian for "trivializing" both Fisher and Reynolds' deaths and the grief of black mothers. 

Take a look at some of the backlash below...

Share your thoughts on Hughley's tweet in the comments section.

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