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Video: Lexi Pokes Fun at “The Sheards” in New Parody


Below is Lexi’s latest parody video, in which she pokes fun at the hit BET docu-series, “The Sheards”. As we all know, the show features Gospel’s favorite family, The Sheards, struggling to balance life, Faith and everything in between. In the video, Lexi mostly makes fun of Kierra’s battle with her weight and J. Drew’s issues with the mother of his son.

In regard to the parody Lexi says, “THIS IS ALL IN FUN! A parody of the reality show “The Sheards.” I love the Sheards and this is no way a diss on the artist whatsoever. Don’t be deep and no shots fired here! I’m a KeKe fan. Please support my album “Phenonemal” and buy some ALX hair. Support KeKe’s music as well. Subscribe to my channel!”

Check it out and let us know what you think. Do you think the video was funny or borderline shady?


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  1. Concerned

    June 18, 2013 at 11:21 AM

    This is not right it’s not something believers should be doing, especially knowing that a person has a struggle with certain things. I don’t see no type of humor in this at all especially coming from a saint. We expect all kind of things from the world but not renown saint. You should be using our gift and influence in a hold different type of way.

  2. MEPL

    June 18, 2013 at 12:29 PM

    Church people mimic church people all the time so let’s not act brand new people! Although Lexi did not do a good playing Kiki I thought J Drew and his ex were hilarious !

  3. Howard

    June 21, 2013 at 12:05 PM

    WOW— Ok someone needs to start putting out the issues that Lexi has!! Such as how big she use to be. Is that why she isn’t married any longer? Hmmmmm…..

  4. sherwood Davis

    June 21, 2013 at 3:50 PM

    While I’ve enjoyed Lexi’s comedy clips, as well as the music ministry of the Sheards, the only thing that I would offer is that in secular comedy, there are no lines and anything goes, but I think that in Christian Comedy, we should be careful how we poke fun at other people’s pain, struggles, and shortcomings, because we could very easily be the subject and brunt of the same… or worse.

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