There has been little coverage surrounding the 10 missing black and brown teenage girls from D.C. The Washington Post wrote an extensive report last week, along with the fact the media has done little to bring this to the forefront. However, who did take notice was comic D.L. Hughley.

On Monday (March 20) it was announced the FBI had located Tom Brady's stolen Super Bowl 51 jersey in Mexico. While the two stories are polar opposites, it was Hughley who took to Twitter to question how is it the FBI can find a football jersey, but not actual people?

— DL Hughley (@RealDLHughley) March 20, 2017

After Hughley's tweet, It didn't take long for many to chime in and wonder  the same.

— ChiTownMade (@Elle11Eleven) March 20, 2017

This isn't the first controversial topic D.L. has given his opinion on. The 54-year-old comic blasted Steve Harvey for telling rappers to respect Trump as president, as well as Martin Luther King III for meeting with Trump. So what do you think? Do you think D.L. Hughley is reaching, or does he have a point. Sound off in the comments.