Draya Michele is stuffing her face with donuts and doing it without a shirt on. The 35-year-old reality star and Mint Swim founder has been showing a good heart as she supports 39-year-old pop singer Christina Milian’s Beignet Box donuts trucks, with updates on Draya’s Instagram this week documenting a visit. Draya doesn’t walk the walk without talking the talk, though. The “Basketball Wives LA” alum showed the sugar-powdered donut bites she called “slamming,” then showing herself swallowing them. Check it out below.
Scroll for the action. Draya, this year announcing she was on a “military diet” and sharing her salmon and spinach, seems to have relaxed her approach during the holiday season. Draya has been indulging in McDonald’s Holiday apple pies.
Draya’s stories had already shown her in L.A., on streets, and with pregnant “Dip It Low” singer Christina Milian, owner of Beignet Box, a brand that counts Kim Kardashian as a customer. Some stars don’t mind getting snapped with food in their mouth.
Draya, dressed in a pandemic-trendy matching fit and wearing loose cream sweatpants in ribbed fabrics, also sported a matching buttoned cardigan, but this look gave Khloe Kardashian a shout-out as the Oh Polly collaborator went shirtless – only a nude-colored Wolford bodysuit underneath.
Draya then shared a snap of herself seated near the truck and shoveling the donuts into her mouth, seemingly having caught the paparazzi snapping her. Click here for the photos, just scroll for a video of Draya at the truck.
Draya isn’t just making headlines for appearing at Milian’s truck, though. Outings with new NFL player boyfriend Tyrod Taylor continue, as do Draya’s business ventures. The swimwear designer has both her 2020 Oh Polly collab and 8 Other Reasons jewelry collab to her name, also continuing to influence for Fashion Nova following seeming to have lost her SavagaxFenty ambassador gig this summer.
Draya has also been speaking out ahead of “Doses of Draya,” her own reality show. See more photos below!
Draya is gearing up for her 10-part docu-series “Doses of Draya,” which will offer a behind-the-scenes take on the star’s multi-faceted life.
“I’ve been on a pretty incredible journey over the past decade, and I’m grateful to my fans who have been with me through the ups and downs,” Draya said this summer.
“As a woman of color, I couldn’t be more excited to be working with Zeus, a Black-owned streaming service, to share my story, and to let people into my daily life in a way I never really have before.”