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Adrienne Bailon Breaks Down As 'The Real' Continues Without Tamera Mowry-Housely

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Nov. 14 2018, Updated 5:05 p.m. ET

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Adrienne Bailon broke down in tears as The Real continued on Monday without Tamera Mowry-Housely. Read on to hear what Tamera had to say to Loni Love who was there for her the night her niece Alaina was murdered.

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Tamera and her husband Adam Housely's niece was confirmed dead in the California bar massacre that occurred last week. She was the youngest of the 12 victims who died that night.

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Loni, Adrienne and Jeannie Mai resumed with The Real on Monday minus Tamera, who was still the topic of conversation due to the unbelievable tragedy.

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The comedian discussed how she was there for Tamera the evening that Alaina went missing. She called her at 1:00 AM, which Loni thought was a butt dial situation because she never calls her that late. Then Tamera called her again, and that’s when she realized something was wrong.

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Loni then talked about how Tamera and Adam were doing everything they could to find out what was going on with Alaina. They found out later through her parents that she was in fact one of the victims.

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Adrienne read a letter that Tamera wrote to Loni during the live show on Monday which made her instantly tear up. “Please tell Loni thank you. Thank you for being there for me and answering her phone at 1:00 AM... 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 Housely’s… the Housely’s will be strong. We will never let Alaina or another victim of gun violence die in vain.”

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“Please let everyone know that she will do everything she can to make sure that our children and our community feel safe,” Adrienne continued to read via Tamera. “She said enough is enough, she will never give up fighting until her dying day.”

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What are your thoughts on Tamera’s letter to Loni? Sound off in the comments.

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