*If getting a hold of one of Patti LaBelle’s sweet potato pies at Walmart is a challenge, don’t worry. Miss Patti’s got you.
The singer revealed her desire to bring more of her tasty creations to the wholesale retailer in an interview with The Huffington Post. Among the items in line for LaBelle’s second Walmart invasion are her three-layer caramel cake, lemon bunt case, lobster and shrimp mac-n-cheese.
“I have plans for Walmart from way, way, way back in the day of putting maybe ten more items in Walmart, the entertainer shared with the Post. “I’m going to do the mac-n-cheese. Everybody’s been waiting for it.”
Noting how James Wright Chanel’s viral video review of her sweet potato pie helped in Walmart quickly selling out of the food, LaBelle acknowledged that she will “make sure James takes the first bite of macaroni and cheese.”
In addition to food, LaBelle expressed an interest in working with Walmart to debut a bedding line that is similar to her Macy’s bedding and kitchen collection.
As LaBelle preps to expand her food empire at Walmart, Stephen Curry is making moves to set up residence in a new area.
The Los Angeles Times reports the NBA star closed on a $3.2 million mansion in Walnut Creek, Calif. Coming in at 7,894 square feet, the five-bedroom, five-bathroom home includes a gourmet kitchen, billiards room, wine cellar, and attached casita, among other amenities. Curry’s acquisition of the mansion comes amid an impressive winning streak for his team, the Golden State Warriors.
Adding to this are the property’s panoramic views that include Mt. Diablo and downtown Walnut Creek. Prior to Curry’s purchase, public records showed the home being listed in April at $3.988 million.