Ms. Juicy of "Little Women" pays her respects to Ms. Minnie on her funeral day, expressing the pain she is currently feeling because of it.
Although Ms. Juicy acknowledged that she doesn't often express her personal feelings on social media, she's making Ashley "Ms. Minnie" Ross' tribute an exception as she's been feeling immense pain since knowing of her friend's death.
Ms. Juicy went on to share that although she'd like to question why it had to happen this way, she knows that God makes no mistakes and she chooses to "trust, believe, have faith, and obey."
CELEBRATING MS. MINNIE'S LIFE
According to the "Little Women" star, she's celebrating the life that her good friend has lived, and will remember all the good times they've shared, and all the memories they have together which includes the conversation they had the day before Minnie's accident.
"Just like sisters We've had some bad days but more good than badd... I can't remember Not one argument we've ever had outside of work where time and space didn't mend it!"
A TRIBUTE ON THE SHOW
Shooting for season six of their hit show was postponed due to the Coronavirus pandemic, but after Minnie's death, it seems they are about to capture the aftermath of her death instead, particularly how it affected her co-stars.
Ross' funeral took place at the John P. Franklin Funeral Home, and a Livestream was made available for her loved ones and fans of "Little Women: Atlanta."
Ms. Minnie's vehicle collided with another head-on while traveling south on Old National Highway in Atlanta back in late April after she lost control of her Nissan Sentra. After being transported to a nearby hospital, she succumbed to her injuries and passed away.
A WELL-LOVED PERSON
A spokesperson for the show had nothing but kind words to say about Ms. Minnie, claiming she was adored by all those who worked with her.
"She was the most beautiful, kind, giving, generous human ever. She was adored by cast and crew because she always wore her heart on her sleeve. There's nothing she wouldn't do for those she loved."
Ross' funeral took place at the John P. Franklin Funeral Home, and a Livestream was made available for her loved ones and fans of "Little Women: Atlanta." She's been an original cast member of the series, making her debut in 2016.
May she Rest In Peace.