And nobody in the comments say they know these chicks.
If these women were real, wouldn’t they have IGs tagged? No reputable site has written a story about the show. No network has claimed that they are airing the show. This is most likely a parody.” turn out to be a real show that sees the light of air, it won’t necessarily be ground-breakingly, forehead-smackingly stupid.
In 2004, the Society also began publishing its very successful annual journal, "The Dursley Lantern", a high quality publication containing articles of local interest.But is “The Real Side Chicks of Charlotte” really real?In addition to lots of comments on lots of the posts bemoaning the further degradation of Charlotte’s reputation (valid point) and Americans’ viewing habits (valid) as well as the negative light they think it casts on African American women (valid), there’s been a healthy amount of skepticism about whether this is a parody of Bravo’s “Real Housewives” franchise in the vein of BET’s “Real Husbands of Hollywood.” Along those lines, Bossip, an online gossip and entertainment magazine that focuses on African American celebrities, posted a column on Thursday explaining why it was suspicious. If you peep the IG (Instagram), none of the girls have been tagged in the pictures.I met Giulia at the door after her first day of work. Giulia had shocked me with her beauty from the first moment I saw her – her graceful poise, her classy style, but most of all her casual way with it all, a beauty that was flawless and effortless. "It's just, I guess, everyone is so smart and cool there. She was employed in a company with a reputation for being young, hip and edgy. She came up the stairs and was as beautiful as I had ever seen her.