See the RHOA Stars in Matching Revealing Looks for Toronto Caribbean Carnival
The housewives flaunted curves, cleavages and legs during their recent trip to Toronto where they wore matching outfits. Two of them reportedly got into an altercation.
The peaches invaded Toronto in all their feathered glory to attend the Carnival and basically have a good time.
ANGELS IN TORONTO
The cast of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” flocked to Canada to witness the festivities over the weekend. Kenya Moore, Cynthia Bailey, Kandi Burruss, Porsha Williams, Marlo Hampton, and Tanya Sum attended in matching one-piece suits flaunting their curves, cleavages, and legs.
They spruced up their ensemble with colorful feathered wings and stone-studded flower crowns looking like Victoria Secret angels ready to conquer the streets.
Porsha shared a photo of the ladies in a row proving how strong their presence is when they’re all together. Returning housewife Kenya shared the same pic, thanking Toronto for the wonderful time they had.
Meanwhile, newly engaged Cynthia shared a clip of her dancing to the upbeat music in the background.
And a photo of Marlo Hampton high above the crowd greeted her fans on Instagram. She hinted at breaking the rules in her caption so she wouldn’t miss out on the fun.
Kandi Burruss looked stunning in her solos posted on her IG account. She also credited her Kandi Kosmetics line for her made-up look.
A FIGHT REPORTEDLY ENSUED
Though the ladies’ venture to Canada seemed like a lot of fun, it wasn’t all sunshiny according to recent reports. Kenya allegedly had an altercation with their other co-star, NeNe Leakes who accused her of spreading rumors about her suspension from their show which she claims is untrue.
Kenya, on the other hand, didn’t appreciate NeNe’s happy reaction after she decided to sit out Season 11 to attend to her maternity. NeNe was also reportedly unhappy with Kenya’s return for the 12th season.
We’re sure everything that went down in Toronto will be part of the coming season because cameras were rolling while the girls were there.