From Friday March 14th through Saturday March 15th, radio personality and sex/relationship extraordinaire Deshai Cole collaborates with TV One’s R&B Diva star Keke Wyatt, Harold “House” Moore of VH-1’s Single Ladies and Celebrity Hair Stylist Shekinah Jo for her second annual Ultimate Girls Festival. The Ultimate Girls Festival was in full effect Friday evening as Deshai hosted an exciting networking event at Gocha Salon called “Conversations & Cocktails” with lifestyle blogger Perez. Attendees enjoyed a fun filled evening of dancing, mingling, adult games, and complimentary cocktails provided by Smoke Liqueur. After the mixer was the after party at Suede Tapas Lounge.
Saturday morning at the Atlanta Marriott Buckhead Hotel and Conference Center, guests were in for a real treat as they indulged in a delicious catered breakfast and were later acquainted by Keynote speaker, award-winning lifestyle and technology blogger Courtney Luv as she emphasized the importance of living with a purpose and passion. The rest of the morning consisted of break out sessions that covered topics in health, fitness, looking good and bringing thrill and excitement in the bedroom.
Once the break out sessions were done, VH-1’s Family Hustle castmate and celebrity hair stylist Shekinah Jo and Shaunell Robinson, founder of the infamous high-end beauty brand Conceited Inc, united with a panel of female business owners to educate guests on creating a business and how to excel in your industry with the “So You Want To Be A Boss” panel.
Soon after, an all male panel entitled “What Men Really Think” featured Harold “House” Moore of VH1-’s Single Ladies, Omar “Slim” White, and DJ Fadelf gave women a male perspective on how to retain a healthy relationship and what men really want.
The enthusiastic guests asked the panel many interesting questions like “is it ok to sleep with someone the first night?” “How do you know if you have the right person?” as well as addressed trust issues in relationships. Each panelist addressed each question with their own perspective and guests were enlighten to know that their responses did not invoke the typical male stereotype and put a lot of minds at ease.
Later on that evening, the festivities commenced at 595 North Event Center where attendees networked, competed for cash prizes and enjoyed a show from TV One’s R&B Divas castmate KeKe Wyatt. All proceeds were donated to The Center for Black Women’s Wellness, Inc.