Yandy Smith-Harris is making noise with her latest uploads.
Smith-Harris, 38, received a huge applause on Tuesday, June 2 from her fellow Instagram followers, after she shared a photo of herself posing with a large group of Black women. All of the ladies sported black attire in the image and struck a similar pose in a show of solidarity.
“My right, my left and behind me is an army. Strong! Bold! Beautiful! Black, Educated and Proud. My sisters for life❤️ @eglwinnetwork,” the mother of two wrote in the caption. Her post sparked several reactions from her followers.
“Push through Yandy,” said one fan. “I love to see beautiful smart black goddesses together ❤️.” A second person concurred and wrote, “Yaaaas women empire🔥🔥💕 This is major! I love it!” A third user remarked, “This is exactly what they fear about us! Beautiful Black Queens 👑🖤✊🏾 and can i say every last one of them is beautiful i mean who da hell are yall tha damn martins angles 😩🤣.” Another Instagram follower agreed with the others and commented, “Look at baes. Thank you to all the sister that hold black men down when we put yall through so much. Yall still hold us down. Salute. @yandysmith 😍💜.”
As of late Smith-Harris has shown a great deal of support on social media toward those protesting against police brutality in the Black community.
On May 30, the “Love and Hip Hop: New York” star shared a video that shows her protesting in New York with marchers and yelling, “No justice, no peace.” She included in her caption, “Can’t Be Silent! My Brother was murdered. My dad was murdered. My sister was murdered. My son was murdered. My grandfather was murdered. My Aunt was murdered. My daughter was murdered. When one goes. The blood is on all of us. We gotta fight!!!!!”
Smith-Harris’ posts come days after George Floyd, a 46-year-old unarmed Black man, died in police custody on May 25. Four Minneapolis police officers who were involved in his fatal arrest were fired from the police force. One officer initially was charged, while news of charges for the other three officers came on June 3.