Dwight Eubanks is doin’ the most… as usual!
As you know, Sheree blamed Atlanta’s fashion scene for the failure of her “Sh*t by Sheree” clothing line… well Dwight has a different take on it.
Dwight shares a few choice words about Sheree as well as his views on Atlanta’s fashion industry:
Audrey & Dwight
Audrey Williams of WhataPrettyFace caught up with ol’ Dwight (as Phaedra calls him on the show) last Friday during Atlanta’s Entertainment & Fashion Night Out where Kandi Burruss performed after a fashion show from designer Stevie Boi.
Audrey was kind enough to send over her one on one with the King of the Purple Door where he dished the dirt on Atlanta’s fashion industry and voiced his disappointment in the failure of Sheree’s “She by Sheree'” clothing line.
Last Friday, Atlanta’s Entertainment & Fashion Night Out brought out Kandi Burruss to perform after a fashion show from designer Stevie Boi.
Dwight Eubanks, the unofficial 6th housewife, showed up and showed out in support of his fellow housewife. While he showed his support of Kandi, he did just the opposite for his other castmate, Sheree Whitfield.
“I was disappointed with Sheree not being able to pick up the pieces and move on because it was a great brand.
You had national and international exposure and you dropped it and decide to go be an actress at 50-years-old. When will you decide what you’re going to do?”
Dwight’s critical opinions didn’t stop at Sheree and her dead She by Sheree collection. He also had a few choice words on Atlanta’s fashion scene altogether.
“I think in Atlanta the fashion is — interesting. Let’s just put it like that. It needs a lot of work. We keep trying to develop a fashion week here in Georgia, but you have to have the basic elements, and we just don’t have it… we’re limited.
We have basic resources and it’s just the facts.”
On the show, Dwight’s opinionated views make him worth watching, but is he biting the hand that feeds him?
On the show, Dwight’s opinions on style, fashion and life’s other details make him worth watching. With him dissing the city that gave him his claim to fame, will his fans turn their unfashionable backs on him?