Sheree Whitfield has spent the entirety of this season on The Real Housewives of Atlanta preparing for her She By Sheree fashion presentation. However, in this EXCLUSIVE sneak peek of the episode that will air on August 28, it appears that she is having trouble with the preparations. And with Kenya Moore by her side, you can be sure that it will be brought up in conversation. See for yourself by watching the video clip down below!
Sheree says that she is “overwhelmed” at the very beginning of the video, but Kenya doesn’t get the impression that her buddy is feeling that way at all. Instead, she believes that Sheree is approaching the situation with too much of a “laid back attitude,” and that “it’s not going to work.” Kenya begins offering criticism of the planning process almost as soon as it has begun, including the manner in which Sheree and her assistant want the seats in the audience to be arranged. For some reason, they do not want the seats to face the runway, but Kenya does, and she believes that the way they have it set up is the “wrong way.”
Kenya then informs Sheree that she requires “real models,” but Sheree’s assistant informs Kenya that in order to have “genuine models,” she would need “a big budget.” When Sheree inquires about the cost of the project, her assistant responds, “anything from $250-500 [per model] for the day,” to which Kenya replies that she considers that to be a “fair” price. She then instructs Sheree to “call on individuals” so that she might obtain actual models for the presentation; however, Sheree believes that it is “too late” for that to be possible. She exclaimed, “I’ve already spent a million dollars simply to finish and attempt to collect these samples!” She had previously stated that she had spent that amount of money.
Kenya then tells Sheree that she needs “real models,” but Sheree’s assistant tells Kenya that in order to get “genuine models,” she will need “a significant budget.” Kenya then tells Sheree that she needs “real models.” Sheree asks her assistant about the cost of the project, and the assistant tells Sheree that the cost might be “anywhere from $250-500 [per model] for the day.” In response to this, Kenya says that she thinks that is a “reasonable” price for the models. She then gives Sheree instructions to “call on individuals” so that she can collect actual models for the presentation; however, Sheree believes that it is “too late” for that to be possible because she was given the instructions so late. She shouted, “I have already spent one million dollars only to finish and attempt to collect these samples!” She had earlier indicated that she had spent that amount of money.
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Kenya claims that if Sheree “really spent a million dollars,” then the samples should already be on a plane heading their way. Sheree has refuted this claim. Then, in her private confessional, she pours some shade at Sheree by claiming that Sheree probably sent the million dollars to “a collection agency.” Oh snap!