On Tuesday, June 23, Harris took to Instagram and posted a group photo of herself, Frost and the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star hanging out together in Atlanta. The Xscape singer suggested they were working on a new business venture together behind closed doors.
“Had a great meeting with my girls @Kandi & @rasheeda After today they think I’m crazy! Trying to raise their vibrations🤪 #RealAtlanta 👑✊🏽,” Harris wrote.
Frost, who currently stars on “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta,” also confirmed Harris’ statement and added, “Dinner meeting wit my girls @kandi & @majorgirl great ideas & great conversation! Now let’s get to work.”
The three ladies didn’t give much detail about their apparent project, but fans believed it “must be something big,” considering they all are businesswomen.
All three reality stars also looked gorgeous in the photo, but folks questioned why they weren’t wearing masks. “Really ladies? Why are y’all not wearing mask?” a user asked.
“No masks?” another person said. “Yall really tryin to get the rona.” Someone else urged the group to take “better safety precautions” while another questioned, “Where y’all mask at?”
While folks continued to scold Harris, Frost and Burruss for their no-masks blunder, others complimented them on their beauty. One person said, “You all are so beautiful y’all look like a singing group! Too cute! 😍.” Someone else noted how “pretty” they looked and called the three women a “boss trio.”
Harris, Frost and Burruss are definitely known for making boss chick moves in the entertainment industry.
Frost not only stars on “LHHATL,” but she also owns two clothing boutiques in Atlanta, Georgia, and Houston, Texas. She also has other businesses to include Poiz Cosmetics, Rasheeda Fit and Frost Bistro. Burruss stars on “RHOA” and is the owner of multiple businesses, including Bedroom Kandi, Kandi Koated Cosmetics and Old Lady Gang. She also writes songs for several musicians.
As for Harris, she’s a singer/songwriter and owns her own record label, Pretty Hustle. She and her husband T.I. are executive producers on their family reality show, “T.I. & Tiny: Friends and Family Hustle.”