MAMA June's daughters were spotted prepping for the coronavirus epidemic as they shopped at Piggly Wiggly in Gordon, Georgia.
Unfortunately, the five girls were faced with empty shelves and couldn't stock up properly – much like the rest of America.
In these exclusive photos obtained by The Sun, Mama June's daughters were spotted leaving the Georgia grocery store almost empty-handed.
Lauryn, Alana, Anna and Jessica could be seen talking and pushing a shopping cart out of the store as they made their way to their car.
Baby Ella, Lauren's daughter was also with the crew.
They didn't seem to pay too much attention to CDC's guidelines for preventing the spread of the virus as Alana can be seen touching her face in one of the pictures.
A source told The Sun: "The market had no meat left, the shelves were bare.
"They bought Sloppy Joe mix, cereal and some pork chops."
The group of five faced the same dilemma that all Americans are facing right now during this coronavirus pandemic.
All over America, grocery stories and pharmacies are bare from necessary products, such as canned foods, protein, meds and every day products.
Their grocery store outing comes just a few days after The Sun reported sisters Anna and Jessica underwent over $111K worth of plastic surgery.
The sisters went under the knife in a bid to enhance their bodies and had extensive dental work.
Alana “Honey Boo Boo” Thompson's mom was last year arrested for crack possession.
Earlier this week, Mama June and her boyfriend strolled “aimlessly” around an empty Florida casino earlier this week despite the coronavirus panic, TMZ reported.
The family has been facing turmoil after June was arrested in March 2019 along with her boyfriend, Geno Doak, for possession of a controlled substance – crack cocaine – and possession of drug paraphernalia – a crack pipe.
Alana helped give her mom an intervention with family including sisters Jessica, 23, and Lauryn, 20.
Mama June is set to return to screens March 27 in the new season of her show Mama June: From Not to Hot.
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