The premiere of Tameka Foster’s WeTV reality show “Bold and Bougie” was scheduled just a few days after Usher’s halftime performance at the Super Bowl. One of her co-stars on the Atlanta-set ensemble series is “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” producer Princess Banton-Lofters. During an interview with V-103 Atlanta, Foster said that Banton-Lofters had previously begged her to join the “RHOA” cast. “I don’t like any of the stereotypes of the throwing the drinks in the face,” she said of why she turned the offer down. She explained that her hope for “Bold and Bougie” is that it will help her promote her fashion businesses, charities, and books. [4:38]

Foster is also hoping to change the Peach State in a big way. In 2023, AP reported that Foster had launched a campaign to drain Lake Sidney Lanier in Georgia. Kile Glover, the son of Foster and her ex Ryan Glover, was killed in a tragic boating accident on the lake in 2012. Foster’s goal is to prevent similar tragedies from happening in the future. “We believe that it is imperative to drain, comprehensively clean, restore, and implement improved safety measures at the lake to ensure the well-being of all individuals engaging in personal watercraft and recreational activities,” reads a Change.org petition that she created. She also calls for lawmakers to make improvements to the laws that recreational vessels are expected to follow and to ensure they are enforced.

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