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May 07, 2020

'Little Women: Atlanta' Star Ashley Ross' Funeral Will Be Livestreamed Online

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Late reality television star Ashley Ross's life will be celebrated during an event streaming live to fans on Friday, May 9.

Just a few weeks after she tragically died, plans have been to pay final respects to "Little Women: Atlanta" star, Ashley Ross.

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According to ET Online, the announcement which came through an Instagram post from her family stated that they would be hosting a memorial event at Olivet Baptist Church in Tennessee on Friday, May 9.

Ashley was a "sweet and kind person with a big heart" who would be remembered for her infectious smile.

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Even though the service would only have a few people in attendance, fans could catch the event as it happens on a live-stream via the star's website.

It was also noted that the funeral attendees would be required to wear face masks while also observing strict social distancing guidelines that would be enforced due to the novel coronavirus pandemic.

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As regards her unfortunate passing, People revealed that Ms. Minnie, as she was fondly referred to, was a head-on collision, not a hit-and-run as was initially reported. In a statement to the site, the police mentioned that the April 26 incident occurred when:

"Her car hit the right-side curb, crossed into the northbound lanes and struck a Ford Focus that was traveling north head-on."

Ashley subsequently received severe injuries and was conveyed to an area hospital for treatment, where she died on April 27.

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Soon after her death, her publicist, Liz Dixson, told CNN that the late 34-year-old is survived by her mother, grandmother, uncle, aunt, and other family members.

Dixson added that Ashley was a "sweet and kind person with a big heart" who would be remembered for her infectious smile. The publicist's tribute was soon followed by one from the late reality TV star's boyfriend, SleakBeatz.

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According to a report by The Sun, Ms. Minnie's boyfriend posted a photo of him kissing her head with a touching caption that read:

"I love you today, I love you tomorrow and I will love you the same 10 years from now. Ima miss you baby girl. RIP. Love of my life."

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The late Ashley was one of the original cast members of "Little Women: Atlanta," which first aired in 2016.

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