The pair were spotted together on the ‘Gram yesterday after Harris shared a photo of her and the Bravo star working on the set of “Games People Play,” a BET drama series. Harris said she had a pretty “good time” working with the “RHOA” actress, who seemingly kept her laughing majority of the time.
“Day 2 on set of #GamesPeoplePlay with this straight shooter here @marlohampton she keep me laughing,” the mother of four wrote on Instagram. “Of course the whole cast super dope! #BET #GamesPeoplePlay 🙏🏽👑.”
Harris and Hampton posed for a picture together on set of the series with a few of their colleagues in the background. Hampton was holding a wine bottle as she modeled in her yellow and white swimwear, showing her curves and thighs. Harris struck a closed-lip smile while posing in her bodysuit and shorts.
Fans quickly pointed the height difference between the two stars.
“Marlo is a tall glass of wine Damn boo 😂 and Tiny is so tiny and beautiful,” the person wrote.
“Marlo is so big compared to Tiny but both of yall look gorgeous 😍❤️.”
Others trashed Hampton for revealing “too much” skin in the photo and for her fashion misfit.
“Marlo looks old and trashy THOT🤢 ,” one person wrote.
Another added, “No Marlo NOOOOOOOOO!!!!! please claiming you are the know all and be all when it comes to fashion and stop trying to tell people how to dress when you don’t know yourself 😫💯.”
Hampton doesn’t seemed fazed by the negative comments she often receives and appears to be securing the bag with BET.
The new drama scripted series will star actors Sarunas J. Jackson and Jackie Long as the male leads and actresses Lauren London, Parker McKenna Posey and Karen Obilom as female leads. The show will be an hour long and is set to premiere sometime this year, according to Deadline. It’s also executive produced by Tracey Edmonds of Edmonds Entertainment .
“Games People Play” is based on the book “Games Divas Play,” which was written by Angela Burt-Murray. The show will center on a group of women who face opposition in the course of finding themselves.