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Y'all Remember The Mama That Went All Out For Her Son's Prom? Well..it's Her Daughter's Turn Now.

UniquelyDivine

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Do you remember Saudia Shuler, the mom who rented a camel for her son’s lavish prom send-off?

Well, Shuler’s back with another lit prom send-off for her daughter.

This time, she brought Wakanda to Philly, and she spared no expense.

She even provided an actual panther!



Schuler had custom costumes made for several people, presumably family members, based on looks from the movie. Shuler herself was dressed as Queen Mother Ramonda, originally portrayed by Angela Bassett.





There were African dancers at the function, too.



When it was time for Shuler's daughter to make her appearance, this black a** event got even blacker when babygirl walked out to "Queen to Be" from Coming to America. Adorned in a flowing teal gown, she stunted for the crowd.

 

WhoIAm

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Ok. So I didn't realize this was the same lady. I started following her on after some cooking thing she posted was shared.

Anyway, I don't be counting folks money, but she was just talking about things being donated to her after she had surgery a few weeks ago. I think her daughter had a prom before this one and the hair, dress, makeup etc were donated.


Looking at her IG, the tag leads me to believe she's doing this for different kids in the neighborhood.
 

Shimmie

"God is the Only Truth -- Period"
Staff member
Look so that's my question..

When she walked out of the door down those three dirty steps that's the front door to her house???? It's like almost in the street...
I don't understand..
Thank you for this. I mean it. THANK YOU!

It makes no sense to spend all of that money and everything from the scenery to the dresses, looks so tacky and a dirty home front with no curb appeal. Such a waste.

And what was with the ankle sports shoes on the African Dancer? The dancers were good but when I looked at those shoes :thud: And I get it...they didn't want to harm their feet on the dirty street. That makes perfect sense, not go dance barefoot (as most African Dancers do). She needed Ballet flats, not Jordan's.
 

awhyley

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I don't like the pink shoes with the teal dress, but loved the hairdo and her date is cute.
 

Shula

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Thank you for this. I mean it. THANK YOU!

It makes no sense to spend all of that money and everything from the scenery to the dresses, looks so tacky and a dirty home front with no curb appeal. Such a waste.

And what was with the ankle sports shoes on the African Dancer? The dancers were good but when I looked at those shoes :thud: And I get it...they didn't want to harm their feet on the dirty street. That makes perfect sense, not go dance barefoot (as most African Dancers do). She needed Ballet flats, not Jordan's.
Ah, but remember dear Shimmie, Jordan's are a "status symbol" in certain areas, as well. I'm from the hood and never got it. My cousins would buy the colorful Levi's and match the Jordan's color to them. For why?
 
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