Keyshia Ka'oir and her husband Gucci Mane enjoyed a "fine Sunday" by the pool just a week after Gucci received backlash for a controversial tweet.
It was a “fine Sunday” for husband and wife, Gucci Mane and Keyshia Ka’oir in the midst of the threat of COVID-19. The couple posed in swimsuits in their home’s poolside looking chill and stylish.
Gucci Mane and Keyshia Ka'oir at a Pre-Grammy party hosted by Warner Music in January 2018. | Photo: Getty Images
Keyshia shared her poolside snap on her Instagram, flaunting her shapely legs and curvaceous figure as she wore a black swimsuit with a colorful cover-up.
Her husband who shared the same photo on his social media, rested his hand on her backside as he smiled for the camera, shirtless and in trunks.
The couple's posts come in the heels of a not-so-fine Sunday for Gucci who received backlash for a tweet he sent out on Easter Sunday.
“Backyard on this fine Sunday,” Keyshia wrote to caption the sunny pic. She also added the hashtag #TheWops, a nod to Gucci’s track, “Mr. Wop.”
In a succeeding post, Keyshia shared a selfie to give fans a closer look at her funky sunglasses and glossy lips. She credited her alluring pout to Glossy Babe, a product of her brand, Ka’oir Cosmetics.
“I pray my haters die of corona virus.”
Many accused the former convict of his insensitivity especially with the gravity of the pandemic that he seemed to make light of. The tweet earned further backlash since it was sent out on Easter morning.
A displeased citizen described it as the “worst timed tweet ever" while others resolved to boycott Gucci. Some suggested his warped mindset was an indication that he needed to seek help.
The public’s outcry isn’t without merit considering the serious impact of COVID-19 not just in the US but throughout the world. Many have lost family members and even more are suffering from the virus as well as its effects to the community.
As of this writing, the CDC has reported 776,093 cases of COVID-19 and 41,758 deaths. The numbers are still bound to rise in the coming months as three more waves of outbreaks are expected to hit the country.