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Sunday, June 16, 2013

WEEKEND LITTLE DIVA: SEE WHAT CITY THE PAPARAZZI PRINCESS HANGED AT THIS WEEKEND...{Photos}


PAPARAZZI PRINCESS TOUR THE CITIES OF Miami back to the atl  for BOOK SIGNING

Who You Hanged with this pasted Weekend? 

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WEEKEND LITTLE DIVA: SEE WHAT CITY THE PAPARAZZI PRINCESS HANGED AT THIS WEEKEND - Diva Snap.com

What a cutesy Saturday it was for the Little Paparazzi Diva Bria Williams {daughter of Birdman(Cash Money)} and Reginae Carter {daughter of Lil Wayne} and perhaps many of their Fans who was excited to meet and greet plus hanged with the Teeny-Bop Diva for their book signing... Hit the snap to see more pics.




WEEKEND LITTLE DIVA: SEE WHAT CITY THE PAPARAZZI PRINCESS HANGED AT THIS WEEKEND - Diva Snap.com
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The Paparazzi Diva Bria Williams and Reginae Carter came out to Miami in  Coral Gables for a book signing this Saturday. The Pink Princess talk to  Miaminewtimes.com about being in the spotlight, their own lifelong dreams, and handling the haters:


Cultist: What gave you two the idea to write a book? 
Williams: We wanted more chances to start reading, we haven't been reading ourselves and we wanted to make a summer book for kids to read that's fun.

How do you think regular teens will relate?
Wiliams: I think they will because it's real life stories we're talking about in the book, they've just been embellished.

What have you learned from being in the spotlight?
Carter: I've leaned that you never give up and always follow your dreams. Don't let anybody bring you down or change your mind.

In your own words, how would you describe the book?
Carter: The book is about two teenage girls who have celebrity fathers and they're trying to grow up with a normal life but it gets tough because they have friends that aren't real, they have chores they have to do and they're not set up to because they're very spoiled. We have our ups and downs in the book.

I know you girls partnered with another writer. Did you do a lot of the writing yourselves -- how did that process work?
Williams: Yes, we did the writing ourselves. We told the stories and we embellished them. She just wrote down the stories -- we told them to her and added on to them.

Who are your role models?
Carter: I would have to say my role model is my mother. She's also a New York Timesbestselling author with her book Priceless Inspirations. I went on some of her tour dates and it really influenced me to write a book and follow in her footsteps.

Williams: I would say my dad because he's a great business man. He does a lot of stuff with Cash Money and I see him doing business calls and stuff and he does them really well.

What do you want to do later in life?
Carter: I want to do ultrasounds for babies and stuff, be a radiologist. 
Williams: I want to start a program and become a veterinarian when I get older.


Will you be writing more books together?
Carter: We plan to write a series of books. They pick up where they left off at the end of the book, and we just tell different stories.

What are your favorite books?
Carter: My favorite is my mother's book, Priceless Inspirations. I also really like Gail Harper's book, Letters to a Young Woman.
Williams: The series of books Pretty Little Liars and I like the TV show.

How have your dads supported you? 
Carter: I'm totally supported 100% with everything I do. School or writing this book or my music or clothing line. They're very supportive and they just support us 100%.
Williams: My parents tell us to go for whatever we want to go for and they say don't give up and they're very supportive.

What do you think is the hardest part of being in the spotlight?
Carter: The hardest part would have to be the rumors. Just when we were young we didn't really know why they would say such mean things about us. Now we're older and we can really ignore it. Now we really don't care but that's the hardest.
Williams: I think the hardest part about it is seeing who your real friends are because some friends aren't honest and they're about getting tickets to concerts. Also the rumors and gossip, too.

Is it helpful to be able to tell those stories through this book?
Carter: Yes it is, because a lot of people have different perspectives about celebrity kids and we want to tell them that it's not all roses and daisies. It has its ups and downs.

Now check pics from when the Princess head back to ATL below...{Click on pics for larger view}














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