“Dear @meekmill,” Vanessa wrote. “I find this line extremely insensitive and disrespectful. Period.”
“I don’t know anything about your music, but I think you can do better than this,” he continued. “If you’re a fan that’s fine, there’s a better way to show your admiration for my husband.”
“This lacks respect and tact,” Vanessa concluded in her message.
She later shared a post from a friend, basketball player Candace Parker, who said, “I’m sorry that you and your girls have to continually deal with things like this. It’s not fair that it’s not okay.”
“Nothing I say on my page directed at a viral moment on the Internet or the family of a grieving woman!” the 33-year-old said in his tweet.
“If you care about someone grieving, change the subject!”
“It’s been really difficult to connect and constantly see photos of our beloved Gigi and Kobe under every square on our browse pages,” Vanessa said at the time. “Blocking fan pages has helped change the algorithm.”
“We hope people understand that although these fan pages have good intentions, they make progress difficult as they are constant reminders,” Natalia added in her own post.