Woman yells ‘fake b****’ at sister’s funeral and demands she ‘leave the room’ in viral TikTok

‘She didn’t even like you’: Woman yells a ‘fake b****’ at 18-year-old sister’s funeral and demands she ‘leave the room’ in viral video (but insists her sibling would have loved the drama)

  • Jasmine shared a video taken at her 18-year-old sister Ariyana’s funeral in California
  • She is seen in a black dress and sunglasses standing on a podium next to a photo of her sister
  • Jasmine calls an invisible undertaker and says her sister “didn’t even like you” and “you owe her money” before telling her to leave
  • It’s unclear if the video was staged as no one else can be seen on camera, though at least it took place in the room where Ariyana’s funeral was held.
  • Jasmine said her sister loved Pretty Little Liars, which had “multiple funerals with a dramatic flair, so she wanted to give her funeral that touch”










A video of a young California woman yelling at a “fake b****” who came to her sister’s funeral has gone viral.

Jasmine (@jazzklassykushco) shared the clip on TikTok two days ago, capturing her onstage in mourning clothes next to the photo of her late sister Ariyana.

As the camera rolls, you can hear Jasmine talking angrily about another woman not on camera, insisting that Ariyana “didn’t even like her” before telling her to “leave the room.”

Don’t have: Jasmine shared a video taken at her 18-year-old sister Ariyana’s funeral in California, where she apparently told a participant

Still Has Her Back: Jasmine Calls An Invisible Funeral Director And Says Her Sister

Still Has Her Back: Jasmine Calls An Invisible Funeral Director And Says Her Sister “Didn’t Even Like You” And “You Owe Her Money” Before Telling Her To Leave

In the caption on the video, Jasmine wrote, “When the fake people show up at my sister’s funeral.”

The clip shows her in the front of the room, standing by a coffin and an enlarged photo of her sister, who died in a car accident at age 18.

Jasmine is dressed in a black dress and sunglasses for the mourning, but her grief over the loss of her sister seems to have been temporarily replaced by anger on her behalf.

As the video begins, Jasmine can be seen seemingly addressing another woman off-camera.

“You’re a fake ***,” she says. “She didn’t even like you. You owe her money. And I didn’t even see you donate to my sister’s funeral, so you’re automatically disqualified.

‘You can leave the room. Yes. Bye. Bye. Don’t be surprised now,” she says.

Viral: It's unclear if the video was staged as no one else is on camera, though at least it took place in the room where Ariyana's funeral was held

Viral: It’s unclear if the video was staged as no one else is on camera, though at least it took place in the room where Ariyana’s funeral was held

The clip also uses a popular TikTok recording that features voices, Gasp is Shock, playing in the background as she speaks.

It’s not clear from the video whether it was shot during the actual funeral, or just filmed in the room where it was held. It’s also unclear whether Jasmine actually spoke to another person.

However, she told the Daily Point that she thinks her sister would have approved of her outburst.

She said that both she and Ariyana loved the Pretty Little Liars show, which has several dramatic funeral moments — so Jasmine wanted to “give her funeral that touch.”

“Hope I gave you the best funeral sister,” she wrote on TikTok. “Fly high.”

What Makes It Interesting: Jasmine said her sister loved Pretty Little Liars, which had

What Makes It Interesting: Jasmine said her sister loved Pretty Little Liars, which had “multiple funerals with a dramatic flair, so she wanted to give her funeral that touch”

On TikTok, the clip has garnered 9.6 million views and two million likes, and many commentators approve of her behavior.

“Idc what someone says, we have to normalize to call out ppl because suddenly you were dead, every1 was your best friend,” one wrote.

“No, because if my sister doesn’t do this for me…there will be a lot of people who say they were my ‘friend’ and they weren’t,” wrote another.

“Your sister probably would have wanted you to say that,” said a third commenter.

“My siblings had better come for me like this!” another wrote, while another insisted, “This is what I want.”

“I just know your sister laughing so hard,” another commenter chimed in.

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