Natalie Nunn Reacts After Being Accused of Mocking PnB Rock's Death With Chicken and Waffles Pic

The 'Bad Girls Club' alum faces intense backlash after posting a photo that's very similar to the late rapper's girlfriend's Instagram Story which was posted minutes before he's fatally shot.

AceShowbiz - Natalie Nunn is defending herself. The former star of "Bad Girls Club" has set the record straight after she was accused of mocking PnB Rock's tragic death with a picture of chicken and waffles.

On Wednesday, September 14, the TV personality uploaded a photo of the chicken and waffles on her Instagram Story. "Blessed thank you [praying hands emoji] God AMEN," she wrote over the image, before adding in a following Story, "Smile we woke up."

As a result, PnB Rock fans are accusing Natalie of being intentionally disrespectful to the late Philadelphia rapper. Responding to the backlash, Natalie wrote via Instagram, "Guys I don't play about terrible situations like what happened to PNB what happened to him is very sad."

"I never met him and I'm praying for he's entire family and loved ones who are grieving … I WAS ON A PLANE AND THE FOOD THRY SERVED WAS CHICKEN AND WAFFLES I DIDNT EVEN THINK ABOUT !" Natalie further explained. The 37-year-old reality star then added that she's "terribly sorry if [she] offended anyone." She later stressed, "that was not my intentions at all! [praying hands emoji] RIP PNB ROCK."

As Natalie appeared to still be receiving criticism over her Instagram post, she turned to Twitter to express her feelings. "It's crazy how people really make me the bad guy all the time," she wrote along with woman facepalming emoji.

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Natalie Nunn expressed her feelings after being accused of mocking PnB Rock's death with a photo of chicken and waffles.

Natalie's post got intense backlash as it was very similar to PnB Rock's girlfriend Stephanie Sibounheuang's controversial Story, which also saw chicken and waffles as well as Roscoe's Chicken and Waffles restaurant's location. Many have since blamed Stephanie for the 30-year-old rapper's death as she included the location tag on her post, which was uploaded minutes before the hip-hop artist was robbed and shot to death.

Los Angeles police Capt. Kelly Muniz said that the shooting took place at 1:15 P.M. Then at around 1:29 P.M., PnB Rock was pronounced dead. "The victim was sitting at a table eating with a female witness when he was approached by the suspect. The suspect then brandished a firearm and demanded his property," said Capt. Kelly. "The suspect then fired multiple rounds and then appears to remove some property, to what extent we don't know at this time."

Upon learning of PnB Rock's death, his brother PnB Meen posted on Instagram Story on Tuesday, "Words can't explain. I'm f**ked up I'm not good." He later turned to his feed to mourn the tragic passing of his sibling.

PnB Meen began by praising his brother as being the "only one who believed I can do what you do." He continued, "I can't stop crying bro. Why u ain't have me with you? I always have ya back and front and sides. Please Give me the strength to do this. With all my soul ima carry. Stand on Business...This my first message to you of many. I can't believe this s**t."

"I looked up to you," PnB Meen added in the emotional tribute, "Everything you did, Rock, I was in awe...They took you out of all people. Why not me, Man??? My life always been s**t until you made It. I never thought you would leave broooo why wtff man." After assuring PnB Rock that he will take care of the late rapper's young daughters, PnB Meen ended the message as writing, "I'm my brother's keeper."

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