Eva Marcille Throws Juneteenth Party: Kandi Burruss & Kenya Moore Attend [Photos]

Kenya Moore, Eva Marcille

Eva Marcille Throws Juneteenth Party: Kandi Burruss & Kenya Moore Attend [Photos]

Former Real Housewives of Atlanta star Eva Marcille threw a Juneteenth themed party at her Atlanta home and invited some of her former cast mates. At the party, Eva Marcille invited her former RHOA cast mates Kandi Burruss and Kenya Moore, along with their spouses and children. Ms. Juicy, (real name Shirlene Pearson) who stars on Little Women of Atlanta, was also spotted at the party.

Kenya Moore thanked Eva Marcille for throwing the bash in her latest Instagram post,

“Thank you @evamarcille for an amazing day celebrating. #[email protected] didn’t want to leave and your family and friends are just as woke as you are. We love you!”

Kandi Burruss also posted her own message to Eva about the Juneteenth bash,

“#Juneteenth at @evamarcille’s house was lit!  @freddyoart”

Kandi also shared some photos at the party with her husband Todd Tucker and Eva’s husband Mike Sterling along with a snap with her son Ace and Ms. Juicy.

Kandi and her fellow RHOA cast mate Kenya Moore were spotted at the bash together and took a selfie.

The party comes in the same week that Eva announced her departure from the Real Housewives of Atlanta, she joined the show in Season 10. theJasmineBRAND exclusively reported that Eva would not be returning to the show and in an exclusive statement, she told us,

“I appreciate the bond of friendship that I have made with several of my cast mates and the strong personal relationships I have with numerous executives and producers at the Bravo and Truly Entertainment companies.”

She continued,

“I am thankful for the opportunity I was provided. However, after speaking with my family and representatives, I believe that what I hope to accomplish for the culture and community will be better served by focusing on other opportunities. I look forward to serving my community on the Rickey Smiley Morning show and finding ways to be a voice during this transformational time in our country for people of color.”

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Authored by: Chelsea Adjalla