Saving our Daughters is one charity on the lips of reality stars from “The Real Housewives of Atlanta,” but not for the disturbing mashup of an “Eyes Wide Shut”-themed fundraiser Kenya Moore concocted, or her Black Swan on steroids face mask, it’s the ill-conceived planning on Kenya’s part in not notifying the guest of honor: Ms. Nene “Imma rich bitch” Leakes of the fundraiser.
Apparently e-vites and word of mouth mentions don’t make for an exclusive guest list. But they do create a scene where Rich Bitch Leakes saunters into the freaky deek fundraiser in a sleeveless liquid dress with a raging pout that would make Posh Spice envious. And a silver tongue to match to give the shortest passive-aggressive speech in history. So much for putting on a good face for charity, despite it being “one of many she supports.”
And the lesson here? well, there’s several:
- If a fundraiser/party is in someone’s honor, the first invite or call should go to them.
- Never throw away your receipts, they may come in handy when you least expect it.
- Don’t let your emotions get the best of you; be clever enough to turn shade into shine for yourself.
- Finally, don’t forget the charity’s purpose and influence over others.
IFYOUBL==KED: “In the House” actress Maia Campbell has joined the Saving Our Daughters charity this month. The actress hopes to share her experiences as an addict to help other young women recover.
Don’t you love a comeback story?