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'Real Housewives of Atlanta' Stars Join Forces For Phaedra Parks’ Pop-Up Shop For Charity

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'Real Housewives of Atlanta' Stars Join Forces For Phaedra Parks’ Pop-Up Shop For Charity

Over the weekend, The Real Housewives of Atlanta, star Phaedra Parks, hosted a Pop-Up for a Purpose fundraiser – only nobody popped in.

The event had all the castmates pimping their products, but that wasn’t enough to bring out the public.

Phaedra was selling her “Southern Belle” books and her son, Ayden, sold snacks.

'Real Housewives of Atlanta' Stars Join Forces For Phaedra Parks’ Pop-Up Shop For Charity

Cynthia Bailey promoted her eyewear line and new line of leather bags. Her sister, Malorie Bailey-Massey, squeezed in on the action by selling jewelry.

'Real Housewives of Atlanta' Stars Join Forces For Phaedra Parks’ Pop-Up Shop For Charity

'Real Housewives of Atlanta' Stars Join Forces For Phaedra Parks’ Pop-Up Shop For Charity

Porsha Williams was selling her weaves and Naked lingerie.

Kandi Burruss, of course had a booth for her sex toy line. And newcomer Lena Chenier sold clothes.

'Real Housewives of Atlanta' Stars Join Forces For Phaedra Parks’ Pop-Up Shop For Charity

Kenya Moore had a huge, well decorated booth, selling her Kenya Moore Haircare products.

'Real Housewives of Atlanta' Stars Join Forces For Phaedra Parks’ Pop-Up Shop For Charity

Sheree Whitfield was selling…well we’re not sure what she was selling besides “frenemies” shirts of herself and Marlo boxing.

'Real Housewives of Atlanta' Stars Join Forces For Phaedra Parks’ Pop-Up Shop For Charity

The Bravo cameras were rolling, but there wasn’t anything to film, so the housewives took to social media to encourage citizens of the ATL to stop by.

Proceeds (if any) were to benefit the Phaedra Foundation.

 

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