American artistes grace their friend’s wedding in Kenya

The newly weds Shamea and Gerald Mwangi together with several of their friends and family pose for a photo PHOTO COURTESY

The past weekend saw several American songstress who include rapper  TI’s ex-wife Tiny Harris , Real housewives of Atlanta  star Kandi Buruss both of RnB group Xscape  jet into Kenya to attend their friend Real Housewives of Atlanta star  Shamea Morton’s wedding.

Shamea who has made several appearances on the Real housewives of Atlanta got married to  her Kenyan boyfriend Gerald Mwangi whom she has dated for the past 3 years at the Fairmont Mount Kenya safari club.

Kandi  Buruss shared the photos on her instagram account.

“My girl @shameamorton did it big in #Nairobi #Kenya for her wedding! Reception moment with the girls @majorgirl @thatshekinah @chanitafoster@mccoughtry” Kandi captioned one of the photos on her instagram account.

(L-R) TI’s exwife songstress Tiny Harris, songstress Kandi Buruss, the bride Shamea Morton TV personality Chanita Forster and Hairdresser Angel Mccoughtry at the wedding reception PHOTO COURTESY

However Shamea’s close friend Porsha Williams who attended her attended her traditional wedding in Atlanta back in April missed out on the wedding.

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It is not clear if Shamea who is not yet a real housewife at the show, will now become a  real housewife following her wedding .

However Shamea has  in the past hinted that her husband may not want her making appearances on show after she was quoted by an Atlanta based blogger back in April saying that her husband thinks “the show breaks friendships.”

Shamea’s wedding comes just as few weeks after reports emerged that her arch-rival on the show Kenya Moore had been given an ultimatum  by the show producers   to choose between her job and her new husband Marc Daly whom she got married to in a private wedding ceremony in June.

Daly reportedly does not want to be on the show because of the way it portrays black men.