A woman has been filmed calling out a guest during her sister’s funeral – for being a “fake friend”.
Jasmine Parsad, from Arizona, US, went viral when she posted a TikTok video to show viewers how she gave “the best funeral” to her 18-year-old sister Ariyanna.
In the clip seen 9.6 million times, Jasmine stands in front of a lectern and looks ahead, saying: :”You’re a fake b***h.
“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. Yeah. Bye. Bye. Don’t be all surprised now.”
The clip was accompanied with a pre-set audio, where a crowd can be heard gasping and saying “you need to leave”.
It’s not clear if Jasmine was speaking to the guests or just rehearsing in an empty room.
In another clip, Jasmine shared a news clip about her sister’s death.
According to Fox News, 18-year-old Ariyanna Parsad was driving when she was hit by a car running a red light on August 25.
She was rushed to the hospital where she later died.
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Jasmine told the broadcaster: “They brought her back to life, and then when she got to the hospital, she went into cardiac arrest.
“They tried to do surgery, but she couldn’t handle it anymore.”
Viewers commented on Jasmine’s post and said they needed a friend like her in their life.
One said: “I wouldn’t want anyone I don’t like coming to my funeral acting like they’re my friend.”
“This is the energy I need my siblings to give at my funeral.” a second wrote.
Jasmine shared her feelings and paid tribute to her sister in an Instagram post, writing: “Having to put my baby sister to rest feels so unreal, I still believe you’re going to come back home.
“I miss you a lot please watch over me. Paint the sky beautifully for me.”