Niecy Nash Shows Her Expectations and Reality for 2020 in a Funny Snap

Niecy Nash put up a hilarious post as she shared her presumptions for the year in contrast to how things have turned out concerning her plans.

Niecy Nash's new Instagram post included a photo that had her showing fans how she planned the year versus how things have been so far. 

 Niecy Nash at the 49th NAACP Image Awards at Pasadena Civic Auditorium on January 15, 2018 in Pasadena, California | Photo: Getty Images

Niecy Nash at the 49th NAACP Image Awards at Pasadena Civic Auditorium on January 15, 2018 in Pasadena, California | Photo: Getty Images

Nash's post was on a light note as she uploaded a picture collage of herself with the first frame showing a glammed up Niecy while the other frame showed her in a casual ensemble.

Nash shared that in situations where individuals are pulled over by officers, the best thing to do was start recording and comply with orders.

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Mannnn, listennnn 🥴

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While the Comedienne's location stated that she was "trying to figure it out," fans found her post rib-cracking as they filled the comments with jolly words.

E! Online shares that a recent interview had Niecy narrating her son, Dominic Nash's experience with the police. The "Reno 911" actress made it known that the youngster left her house, and on his way, he was stopped by officers who questioned his ownership of a luxury car.

The award-winning actress made it known that Dominic ended up being tasered by the officers. She explained that she was triggered and "freaked" out. Niecy added that she had "the talk" with her son as she told him to always comply with authorities. 

 

BET reports that a few weeks ago, Niecy appeared on GMA, where she talked about her plans with the cast of "Reno 911" on donating some money to George Floyd's family. Cedric The Entertainer brought up the idea, and they all agreed to do their best.

Nash made it known that the "Reno 911" stars felt the need to show their support because of their role in the comedy series. She said at GMA:

"As you know, our cast of Reno 911, we play bumbling cops on TV, but in real life, this is no laughing matter to any of us…" 

 

Vanity Fair shares that the "Selma" actress in an exclusive interview opened up about how she felt following the tragic death of George Floyd. Nash shared that she was "sad and afraid," considering the way Floyd lost his life.

Nash shared that in situations where individuals are pulled over by officers, the best thing to do was start recording and comply with orders.

 

According to Page Six, the media personality once revealed some details concerning her divorce with Jay Tucker, her husband of eight years.

Niecy got teary as she made it known that her family was worried about her being a single woman. She however, advised that one's happiness should always come first.

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