Lil Kim, Keyshia Cole, Cardi B and more hit the stage to rock out for Atlanta Black Pride. Meanwhile, Christina Milian hopped out of a cake for an anniversary party. Everything inside…
LudaDay Weekend wasn’t the only event going down in the “A.”
Thousands gathered to celebrate at the 21st annual Atlanta Black Gay Pride, the country's leading LGBTQ annual pride. The event allowed celebs and attendees party for a cause as a portion of proceeds from the weekend’s festivities will be used to benefit homeless LGBT youth and those infected/affected with HIV/AIDS via The Vision Community Foundation.
This year’s line up included performances by Lil Kim, Keyshia Cole, and Cardi B:
After hitting the stage, Keyshia changed into a red sheer crop top and distressed denim. Kinda cute actually.
Keke Palmer, who openly expressed her sexual fluidity at one point or another, was in the mix. She was heavy on the ATL scene over the weekend.
Singer/reality star Tamar Braxton posed it up during the concert. Stunt then, Tay!
"Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta" stars Karlie Redd (who left her bra at home apparently) and Melissa Scott were also in the mix.
At another event during pride...
Atlanta's Piedmont Park held the 6th annual Pure Heat Community Festival; also known as a free “day of unity.” Singer/Songwriter Sevyn Streeter made a special appearance as she was set to receive the 2017 Humanitarian Award.
She also served up a performance for the fans.
"STAR" actress/trans model Amiyah Scott made her festival debut as she received the Legacy Award. She snapped it up on the carpet with honoree Niesha Dupree, and presenter Miss Lawrence.
Christina Milian helped Foxwoods Resort Casino celebrate it's 25th anniversary. She popped out of a cake during their End of Summer party at Studio 25 and everyone lost it when she came out as a surprise. Y'all know she loves a photo op.
By the way, C-Milli will be hosting a new 90s show coming to MTV called "90s House."
Also, rapper Fabolous hit the stage too.
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