Marlo Hampton and Shamari DeVoe spent the majority of the past season of Real Housewives of Atlanta (RHOA) throwing shade on the small screen and on social media.
Despite the recent conclusion of the show’s 11th season, the feuding reality stars continue to trade jabs online. Most recently, Hampton suggested DeVoe was fired from RHOA.
Hampton, who has been featured on the show since Season Four, hopped on Instagram Live, where she said, “Shamari, come on now you’re peachless. You’re really still up here tweeting tonight? Peachless Shamari still tweeting. Hey girl. Stay a fan, just be a fan now. Be sweet. You’re peachless now. They’ll give you a peach and snatch it right back won’t they?”
Hampton’s comments come after DeVoe accused her of being a fraud on Twitter.
Shamari DeVoe is a fresh face for “The Real Housewives of Atlanta.”Here are seven things about the 38-year-old singer you’ll need to know when she shows up for season 11.
Her story has many connections to that with Kandi Burruss, who was also part of an all-girl group (Xscape) as a teen and had a bunch of early hits.
Its unclear if Shamari will show up in the very first episode but the show returns Sunday, November 4 at 8 p.m. on Bravo.
1 – She has Atlanta pedigree: Born in Detroit in 1980 as Shamari Fears, she began singing at age three. She moved to Atlanta in the mid-1980s and began performing publicly in middle school.
2- Girl groups galore. Shamari first worked with a country-urban hybrid group unfortunately called Buutz. That led to another group Intrigue. She then met Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes of TLC fame and formed Blaque with Brandi D. Williams and Natina Reed.
3- Two big hits. In 1999, the trio released “808,” which hit No. 8 on the Billboard pop chart. The self-titled album sold more than 1.5 milion units. And their biggest hit “Bring It All To Me” peaked at No. 4.