Now, her She by Shereé clothing line is featuring a T-shirt line is available for all your fashion emergency needs — and it’s available right now. While you weren’t looking, Whitfield launched her “Who Gon Check Me Boo” T-shirts (check out the moment … again, above).
Currently available at select Nordtstrom stores for a limited time and online, the shirt was made in collaboration with Olivia Kim and Hanes, reports The Daily Dish.
“SUPER EXCITED to have #SheByShereé signature Who Gon Check Me Boo T’s featured in the [email protected] x Hanes shop launched TODAY! Big THANK YOU @Nordstrom @OliviaKim for this exiting collaboration!” Shereé shared on Instagram. “Go to www.Nordstrom.com/ pop or visit any of the select Nordstrom locations through September 24th to get yours!”
SUPER EXCITED to have #SheByShereé signature Who Gon Check Me Boo T’s featured in the [email protected] x Hanes shop launched TODAY! Big THANK YOU @Nordstrom @OliviaKim for this exiting collaboration! Go to www.Nordstrom.com/pop or visit any of the select Nordstrom locations through September 24th to get yours! — 🚨AVAILABLE ONLINE: www.Nordstrom.com/pop🚨 — Nordstrom Locations: -Downtown Seattle, Seattle, Wash. -Bellevue Square, Bellevue, Wash. -The Grove, Los Angeles, Calif. -NorthPark Center, Dallas, Texas -Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL -CF Pacific Centre, Vancouver, B.C. #ShebySheree #nordstrompop #Designer #RHOA #WhoGonCheckMeBoo #ShapebySheree
Shereé Whitfield’s buddy, Kim Zolciak-Biermann, is also excited for her. She posted this: “CONGRATS to my girl @ShereeWhitfield on her #SheBySheree @Nordstrom debut!”
In other news, please don’t hold your breath waiting for another installment of the highly successful “Bad Boys” franchise that starred Martin Lawrence and Will Smith.
After reportedly being in the works for months, and after losing a director AND a release date, most likely the film will ever make it to theaters.
“I don’t we’re going to get one, not the way everything’s turning out,” Martin Lawrence tells EW. “Will is off doing another movie, and I don’t think it’s going to happen.”
OK, so what the heck happened? It was just last year that Smith said “Bad Boys 3” was “very, very, very close” to happening. On top of that, “Bad Boys 4’” was already set for 2019.
We’re not giving up ’cause with all the money this franchise has made so far, there’s still hope. Right?