Regina King has been doing her thing in Hollywood ever since she played Brenda Jenkins on 227, but 30-plus years in the game the actress is finally getting her just due from the mainstream. To toast to the many talents and achievements of King, not the least of which was her recent Primetime Emmy for Best Supporting Actress for her role on American Crime, new style app Snap+Style and Diddy’s Revolt celebrated the star with her friends and fellow industry leaders at the Chateau Marmont in Howard Hughes old penthouse suite in LA.
The intimate cocktail party was flooded with big names like William Macy, the cast of Straight Out of Compton, Cheryl Boone Issacs, Mara Brock Akil, John Ridley, Judy Smith, Felicity Huffman, Mc Lyte, Keke Palmer, Bob Greenblatt, Robi Reed, and others. LL Cool J also delivered a personal touch to his longtime friend.
Check out pics of star-studded event below. Salute to Regina King for her success and Snap+Style and Revolt for recognizing her decades-long #BlackGirlMagic.