The woman shared a strongly-worded message addressed to the late rapper’s loved ones on Instagram on Monday (January 9), criticizing them for their “disgusting” and “embarrassing” behavior following his death.
Scarr’s siblings made headlines earlier this week for accusing Gucci Mane — who signed the 22-year-old rapper to his New 1017 Records — of stiffing the family over the cost of his funeral, before a number of his relatives appeared to film a music video at Scarr’s funeral.
“Y’all really FAILED Alex as a family & friends,” Scarr’s girlfriend wrote. “Y’all aired ALL his personal business out, from the preparation to the funeral till afterwards. WTF happened to privacy?? Flexing in his jewelry like it’s yours.”
She added: “PUT HIS SHIT UP! He not here to put it on you so don’t wear his shit. EMBARRASSING as hell. It’s only one BIG SCARR he can never be duplicated! Can’t even grieve in peace! Too much clout chasing going on! Shit disgusting!”
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Big Scarr’s brother and collaborator Quezz Ruthless was spotted shooting a music video at the funeral, which took place in Memphis, Tennessee earlier this week. A video that surfaced online showed Quezz standing outside of the funeral home surrounded by his entourage, which appeared to include Scarr’s father.
The video arrived after Quezz called out Gucci Mane for allegedly ghosting Scarr’s family after promising to cover the funeral costs.
“You say to them you finna pay for the funeral, then you lie,” he claimed in an Instagram Live. “You didn’t have to lie! You ain’t have to go ghost either, cuh. It was gonna get paid for either way. You could’ve just said you ain’t have the money. You don’t get no type of respect for that, cuh.”
He added: “The minute that them folks called yo phone to see if you gon’ pay for the funeral, you blocked them. That’s not real, cuh. You ain’t straight. You only trying to act all real. You posted Scarr talking ’bout some long live — bruh, you ain’t do nothing, cuh.”
Quezz also claimed Gucci asked Scarr’s family to return the rapper’s 1017 chains, but told the So Icy Boyz boss he won’t be returning them.
“You not getting them chains, bruh,” he said. “You ain’t even text and check on the family, but you text about some chains. I can’t believe you, cuh! You betta not come trying to get these chains. We gon’ have a real problem.”
Gucci’s wife Keyshia Ka’Oir came to his defense and shared two receipts from N.J. Ford & Sons Funeral Home totaling $20,000. Ka’Oir wrote that everyone should just “leave her husband alone,” and that the payment was made directly to the funeral home.
“20k total @laflare1017 what u did to these folks man,” she wrote before adding in a separate post: “We also sent flowers & not even a thank u” along with a broken heart emoji.
Big Scarr’s sister Alexandra Woods, who had initially joined in on dragging Gucci for his alleged lack of involvement with the funeral, replied to Ka’Oir and claimed that the money barely made a dent.
“That 10K ain’t help with nothing but obituaries and flowers, boo,” Woods said on Instagram Live. “My brother worth more than 10K.”
She added: “Yea, Gucci sent $10,000 and somebody else on another team. So, it was $20,000 in all. And we ain’t get the flowers. I don’t give a fuck what nobody say…Anyway, the funeral getting paid for regardless. That little-ass money. That’s why we said he didn’t help…That wasn’t enough. My brother funeral was 60K in all.”
Big Scarr was at his girlfriend’s home in Memphis when he died after ingesting a lethal amount of prescription pills on December 22, 2022. He signed to Gucci Mane’s New 1017 Records two years prior released his debut mixtape, Big Grim Reaper, in April 2021.
The project boasted features from his cousin Pooh Shiesty, Gucci Mane, Foogiano, Tay Keith, and more. It peaked at No. 25 on the Billboard 200 chart after selling 22,000 copies in its first week.