Snoop Dogg Funeral Fight Started by Ricky Harris' Cousin

05 January, 2017, 02:44 | Author: Van Morton
  • Fight Breaks Out At Comedian Ricky Harris' Funeral & Sherri Shepherd Captures It On Camera

At the gathering, held in Long Beach, California, the actress explained that a man reportedly tried to tackle Snoop at the funeral, causing his bodyguard to intervene and, from there, things went south. "I can't believe they are fighting at a funeral".

After the funeral, Snoop Dogg went on his Instagram account and posted a video bidding farewell to his childhood friend.

Ricky Harris' funeral turned chaotic after a mourner disrupted the service with his erratic behavior.

Following the incident, Shepherd shared a video of what happened, expressing her dismay about such "disrespectful" behavior taking place at a funeral. "I can not believe this", she continued.

Shepherd later posted a second video, along with the caption, "Everything is fine".

Ricky died after suffering a reported heart attack on December 26, 2016.

According to TMZ, police came to the funeral home, though, apparently, all those responsible for instigating the fight had already left the scene.

"Beautiful service today. Oh yeah - the devil is a motherf*cking lie". And it was so disrespectful to Ricky Harris.

"Oh yeah, everything is good", comedian Shruncho says in the video.

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