Tamera Mowry Blasts Fan for Suggesting Her Niece's Death Will Be in 'Vain'
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The said fan also accuses her of 'cooning' for beating around the bush instead of speaking on the 'real issue.'

AceShowbiz - Tamera Mowry is still mourning the loss of her niece and clearly has no time for critics. "The Real" host has slammed a fan who criticized her for her reaction to the death of Alaina Housley, who was among the victims in the Thousand Oaks shooting.

It all started when Tamera joined her husband Adam Housley and Alaina's father Arik on CBS' "This Morning" to talk about the tragic insisted. During their appearance, the grieving family suggested that people should treat others kindly rather than calling for gun control following the incident. "Alaina was beautiful and she was my friend," she tearfully said. "Yes there needs to be a change. But all the noise, nothing's been done."

Her views on the incident didn't particularly sit well with one viewer, who later accused her of "cooning" for not speaking on the "real issue." The said viewer said in a since-deleted Instagram comment, "Stop soft stepping and beating around the bust or her death is in vain!!!"

It didn't take too long for Tamara to hit back at the critic, deeming her as a part of the problem. "This is the prime example I spoke about in my interview," she wrote. "If you have love in your heart. You don't talk this way. You obviously missed the message. And don't you ever judge the death of my niece."

Alaina was killed in the shooting at Borderline Bar & Grill in Thousand Oaks, California on November 8. The suspected gunman, Ian David Long, was believed to shot himself after the massacre. Tamera confirmed the death of her niece in a statement.

She later paid tribute to the late college girl when celebrating her son's, Aden, birthday. Posting an image of Alaina and Aden together, she wrote, "Alaina was excited to come to your birthday party. But as you said buddy, 'She lives in your heart now.' We love you."

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