Slay! Epic Photos Of Black and Latin Drag Queens From RuPaul's DragCon

Slay! Epic Photos Of Black and Latin Drag Queens From RuPaul's DragCon

The world showed up for a celebration of diversity and love.

Published September 11th

RuPaul is an icon. The man who coined the phrase "You better work!" has turned drag culture into an empire. From launching the careers of over 100 drag queens on RuPaul's Drag Race to his activism work, Ru puts the D in diva and drag!

Ru's influence on drag culture was showcased this weekend for the first DragCon in New York City. The enormous drag event showcased celebrity drag queens from all over the world, especially the ones who graced Drag Race. Most importantly, DragCon was a space where everyone, regarldess of their race, gender, sexuality, age, or any other background, could walk in DragCon at the Jacob Javitz Center and feel loved. There were even 8-year-old drag queens working the runway!

There was some serious talent in the building. Take a look at our exclusive photos below of the best Black and Latin drag queens at DragCon!

  1. Ruby Fox and Misty Mountains
    (Photo: Clay Cane for BET)

    Ruby and Misty were stopping the crowd with their stunning looks. 

  2. Lady German
    (Photo: Clay Cane for BET)

    Who knew a pumpkin could be so chic!

  3. Radical Pomm
    (Photo: Clay Cane for BET)

    Yes, we all love a Black princess!

  4. Merrie Cherry
    (Photo: Clay Cane for BET)

    Merrie didn't come to play any games! 

  5. Kyne
    (Photo: Clay Cane for BET)

    We aren't sure if she is Black or Latin, but Kyne needs to be on an X-Men movie set!

  6. VinChelle
    (Photo: Clay Cane for BET)

    Her tribal look is every-thang!

  7. Shangela
    (Photo: Clay Cane for BET)

    BET.com's very own, Shangela! 

  8. Adriana Fuentes
    (Photo: Clay Cane for BET)

    She is on fire!

  9. Sasha 'Glamazon' Renee
    (Photo: Clay Cane for BET)

    This queen was slaying, sickeningly representing for the full-figured queens!

  10. Joan Confession
    (Photo: Clay Cane for BET)
  11. Name That Diva!
    (Photo: Clay Cane for BET)

    We didn't catch her name but this look is very CGI! Someone call Steven Spielberg!

  12. Miz Jade
    (Photo: Clay Cane for BET)

    Just a casual but equally fabulous space suit look!

Check out the video above of Shangela celebrating LGBT pride.

Written by Clay Cane

(Photo: Frank Micelotta/ImageDirect)

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