In Loving Memory of Tandi Iman Dupree

Tandi Iman Dupree
Tandi Iman Dupree

Tandi Iman Dupree
August 13, 1978 – December 31, 2005

Tandi Iman Dupree was a well known entertain most remembered for her Wonder Woman performance at the Miss Gay Black America pageant in 2001.   Sadly this amazing and talented performer is no longer with us but her legacy will forever continue to remain in our hearts and minds.

In Loving Memory of Tandi Iman Dupree
In Loving Memory of Tandi Iman Dupree

Known as a pageant girl, Tandi had a huge desire to become the next Miss Gay Black America.  Though she never accomplished that goal, she is considered a legend to many who will remember amazing performances and dance numbers.    She first started competing at N-Cognito Night Club in Memphis, Tennessee and traveled all over Texas, Florida, Washington DC, Atlanta, and Tennessee.

Tandi will be remembered by many who knew and loved her and she will live on history as having one of the best performance entrances ever with that infamous Wonder Woman scene.

Tandi will be remembered by many who knew and loved her and she will live on history as having one of the best performance entrances ever with that infamous Wonder Woman scene.

Tandi Iman Dupree: Family Tree

In the LGBTQIA+ community people get to choose their own family. Sometimes this accompanies their own biological families and sometimes this is the only family an individual has.

This section will outline the family tree of Tandi Iman Dupree.

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