The Southern belle uploaded several posts of herself in New Orleans, Louisiana, with the queen diva of New Orleans bounce Big Freedia and executive producer of the “Love & Hip Hop” franchise Mona Scott-Young.
Scott-Young served as the SheKing for the 26th annual Tremé Sidewalk Steppers Second Line Parade Sunday, Feb. 9, before the celebration of Mardi Gras on Tuesday, Feb. 25.
“What a pleasure to experience this #blackhistory moment with my long time friend @monascottyoung serving as the first “SheKing” of the @sidewalksteppers6 #royalhomecoming 👑,” Parks wrote.
“Mona is the epitome of #blackexcellence from our days in the music industry to her addictive television series repertoire. #NewOrleans is the birthplace of jazz and home of #Treme, the oldest #AfricanAmerican neighborhood in #America,” she continued.
“To feel the love and support of the undisputed Ambassador of #NOLA bounce @bigfreedia made this #secondline second to none! #blackhistorymonth #mardigras is a #MOOD #TSS6 #monascottyoung#bigfreedia 📸: @gr8mnd,” Parks concluded.
In the posts, fans can see Parks having fun with Big Freedia and helping Scott-Young in her SheKing attire. The 46-year-old rocked a sequined gold-and-black cropped jacket and tight leggings at the festivities, an outfit that showcased her curvaceous figure.
Parks’ followers took note and complimented the attorney and businesswoman on her toned physique.
“PHAEDRA DAT BODY IS NEEDED TO BLESS ALL MANKIND HEAR ME?!!!! 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥.”
“Your body is everything, BayBay! In my NOLA accent! That’s my stomping grounds. Glad you enjoyed your time here. Come back soon, Because Mardi Gras is indeed a great experience!! Lesse le bon temps rouler!!!”
“Yessssssss I’m here for this body 😩.”
“Ok, body! 🔥.”
“That body is snatched, Phae Phae….”
“Phaedra has the body of a goddess 😍.”
Big Freedia and Scott-Young also took to Parks’ comments section thanking her for celebrating the Tremé Sidewalk Steppers Second Line Parade with them.
“Was wonderful having you there to celebrate with me!!! 😘🧡🙏🏽,” Scott-Young wrote.
“Love you, my hunni ❤️❤️❤️,” Big Freedia wrote to Parks.
The Tremé Sidewalk Steppers Second Line Parade is a New Orleans tradition. According to the New Orleans French Quarter website, second-line parades range in size but will include a brass band, joyful dancing, brightly colored wardrobes that include hats and props, and will incorporate the energy of a block party.
This year’s Tremé Sidewalk Steppers Second Line Parade took place from noon to 4 p.m. that Sunday, covering the Seventh Ward, Fairgrounds, Bayou St. John, and Tremé neighborhoods.