This article originally appeared on People.
“I can’t believe they’re fighting at a funeral!” Shepherd, 49, could be heard saying in the background as she filmed from the outside of the funeral home.
A fight at a funeral https://t.co/EPOHTKoP3Y— Sherri Shepherd (@SherriEShepherd) January 3, 2017
According to Shepherd, someone inside the funeral home went after Snoop Dogg (who was a childhood friend of Harris’s) and Snoop’s bodyguard tackled him.
“It’s so disrespectful. So disrespectful to his memory,” Shepherd said.
Shepherd later posted a second video, along with the caption, “Everything is fine.”
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Everything is fine https://t.co/LJdhhb3fv1— Sherri Shepherd (@SherriEShepherd) January 3, 2017
Harris died in December at the age of 54. Harris sang in a church choir with Snoop when they were younger — and would go on to collaborate on Snoop’s 1993 Doggystyle, where Harris provided a hilarious and racy commentary on the track “W-Balls.”
Perhaps most memorable was Harris’ recurring role in the hit UPN/CW comedy Everybody Hates Chris. There, he played the neighborhood ne’er-do-well Malvo — an often foe of Chris Rock‘s childhood counterpart.
Harris is survived by his mother, ex-wife and two daughters.