Remember Tasha Mack from 'The Game'? She flaunts afro hair in top & striped skirt at 51 in pic
Actress Wendy Raquel Robinson, best known as Tasha Mack in “The Game,” took to Instagram to share a photo of herself in a beautiful outfit and hairdo.
The 51-year-old woman was wearing striped black and white pants and a white top that enhanced her beautiful physique. As for the accessories, Robinson put on big rounded earrings.
While her gorgeous figure and outfit were great, the aspect that attracted more attention was the woman’s hairstyle as it was a sort of afro that made her look pretty.
Robinson was next to the young actress Skai Jackson, best known as Zuri Ross in different Disney Channel TV shows. The girl put on a blue and white dress and a couple of wristbands, too.
In the caption, Robinson pointed out that the multi-talented Jackson visited her and her “babies” at the Amazing Grace Conservatory, which is a theatrical training institute in Los Angeles.
Robinson founded AGC and, according to the caption in the previously mentioned photo, Jackson is one of the conservatory’s greatest accomplishments. As soon as Robinson uploaded that photo, her fans and followers took to the comment section to share their thoughts.
One of them was Instagram user @sweeteyes8, who admitted that the world needed a movie with Robinson and Jackson on it. @edwondasworld chimed in and said that it was a beautiful picture and remarked how good their hairstyles were.
While “The Game” is Robinson’s most memorable part in her career so far, she has taken many more roles in important projects, including "The Steve Harvey Show," "Cedric the Entertainer Presents," and "Here We Go Again."
Apart from her work in front of the cameras, Robinson has been running the AGC since 1996, when it was founded. The target of the conservatory is children from 8 to 18 years old from disadvantaged socioeconomic backgrounds.
Jackson is not the only popular actress that attended Robinson’s conservatory as actresses Rhyon Nicole Brown and Elle Varner were also part of the AGC.