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The Fourth Annual Caution Wet Paint Bay Area/ATL


The Fourth Annual Caution Wet Paint Bay Area/ATL is in the books. The venue was packed to the wall. But that’s just Marci doing what Marci does and that’s selling out events. This year’s Wet Paint was nothing short of amazing.  The event brought out black-owned business owners, designers, and performers. 

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VIP guests were greeted with beautiful gift bags and provided up front seating to the show. There were several highlights of the evening. Everyone was sent into a buying frenzy after Rory Spans Psychotic Legend set, which featured shoes, undergarments, joggers, tees, and leisure paints.  The “Rip the Runway” crowd edition was a pleasant surprise. The crowd came through drippin and some strutted their stuff without hesitation. The winner of  “Rip the Runway” received a $1000 gift certificate towards services by Star Status Events owned by Tina East. Larmarni blew the crowd away with his vocals and  Pretti Emage , the R&B – Rap Duo had the crowd on their feet with their energetic performance. Braids by Maima gave us winter in Wakanda with her unique and creative hair designs and costuming. Barbers Rufus and Waldo showcased their talents separately by producing jaw-dropping cuts and designs in less than 10 minutes.  The Sun Children and Divine Appointment both gave awesome performances.

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Maggie the Ballerina left the crowd in tears after her moving tribute to Marci. The entrepreneur buzz was definitely in the building. Pretty Goons announced their joint venture The Khaliseum – an app that  features, merchandise, movies and other digital content. Vendors were wall to wall.  Hosts Love Dorsey, TuTu Shady Boots, and Barak Amen kept us in stitches the entire night. Their comedic relief was well received. 

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Marsella is the CEO of Elite Vision Events an annual event planning and coordinating business. Through this event she helps raise money for Children’s Art Programs. She also is the founder of The Bay Area Community Awards which acknowledges community leaders, dreamers business owners and philanthropist. 

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