‘Love & Hip Hop’ Star Rasheeda Is Getting Slammed For Posting This Photo Of Herself And Other Reality Stars At Kim Porter’s Funeral

ATLANTA, GA-NOVEMBER 05: TV personality Rasheeda Frost speaks onstage during the 'Atlanta Ultimate Women's Expo' at Georgia World Congress Center on November 5, 2017 in Atlanta, Georgia (Photo by Marcus Ingram/Getty Images)

‘Love & Hip Hop’ Star Rasheeda Is Getting Slammed For Posting This Photo Of Herself And Other Reality Stars At Kim Porter’s Funeral

Kandi Burruss and Toya Wright were also in the “disrespectful” pic.

Published November 26th

Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta star Rasheeda Frost was among the more than a thousand guests to attend funeral services for late model and actress Kim Porter.

While the services went off without a hitch, the reality star caused a little drama with some of the images she shared on social media.

  1. Fans were livid after Rasheeda posted a star studded group photo from the services.

    Rasheeda posed alongside Usher, Kandi Burruss, Toya Wright and NeNe Leakes in a series of pics taken at the cemetery where the beloved mother was laid to rest.

    Much to the dismay of many social media commenters, Rasheeda wore a smile, a move considered blatantly disrespectful by some fans.

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    #rip #kimporter

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  2. Outright offended, fans quickly slid into Rasheeda's comments with shade.

    One commenter wrote, "@rasheedadabosschick you’re crazy for real this is a party or a funeral???? DISRESPECTFUL end of the story come on!!!! This is a funeral or a party?????? I’m not with the taking pictures. But laughing after and celebrating who does that? to but taking pictures like that we don’t do that. But we have professionals taking pics of people that came and the dead."

    Another commenter chimed in writing, "Wait, I thought y’all were at a funeral? Is anything sacred from social media? Geesh."

  3. Despite the overwhelming shade, their was an outpouring of support for Rasheeda.

    One supporter hopped in the comments writing, " Wow, I read some of these comments, and it just amazes me how people get so angry. Why be so negative about them taking pictures it’s a home going, and there’s nothing wrong with smiling and reflecting on the person. I know I would want my family to celebrate me and my life and know that it’s okay to be happy. Don’t take this and make it sound like it’s inappropriate. Everyone I know takes pictures after a funeral, and it’s perfectly fine. It’s not disrespectful to the deceased or the family. Learn to celebrate life and not go around being miserable all the time. You may find your life a bit easier if you do so. God bless and keep that family in your prayers."

    Sound off in the comments and let us know what you think about Rasheeda's photo.

Written by BET Staff

(Photo by Marcus Ingram/Getty Images)


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