Reports have risen that Snoop Dogg’s bodyguard handled and battled a relative of the late comic Ricky Harris at his memorial service on Tuesday. As per Comedian and on-screen character Sherri Shepherd, the quarrel emerged when the relative, who has not been freely named, moved toward the veteran rapper unannounced. Shepherd reported the episode direct all alone Periscope account, crying as she shared her account of what had happened:

“It’s so disrespectful to Ricky’s memory! I can’t believe they’re fighting at a funeral! It’s so disrespectful! We were about to go see the body and somebody came in the funeral home and went towards Snoop and Snoop’s bodyguard tackled him,” she says. “And then it was just a big fight. And it was so disrespectful to Ricky Harris. I cannot believe this! This is ridiculous!”

In a subsequent video, Shepherd addressed participant and kindred humorist Anthony “Scruncho” McKinley, who cleared up that the burial service participants had proceeded onward from the show.

Scruncho expressed, “Everything is good. At the end of the day, [Harris] had a nephew with mental problems, kind of tripped out a little bit, and they put probably more on it than it really was, but at the end of the day, the funeral was good.” Shepherd herself additionally cleared it up, saying, “I was a little hysterical before, but Scruncho calmed me down.”

Snoop Dogg, who was companions with Harris, having co-featured with him in Murder Was The Case and Bones, hasn’t remarked about the episode, however it appears like those going to the burial service are prepared to abandon it before. Snoop did, be that as it may, present a moving tribute on his companion to Instagram, saying “Beautiful service today. The devil is a motherfucking lie, yeah he is. We had a great time, great service. Rick, your spirit lives on. Ricky Harris, rest in paradise.”