Princess Monalisa Okojie, philanthropist, entrepreneur, and Jewelry Designer to the Stars remains committed to honoring Africans both here and abroad for the significant achievements they have made within the entertainment community.
Years ago, when hip-hop emerged as a radical form of music, few would have envisioned its universal popularity and its multi-cultural and generational crossover appeal.
A couple of days ago I was sitting at a table in the patio of a well–known celebrity hangout in Los Angeles when I overheard a conversation between a producer and director.
Former Boxer set to launch Television Show featuring guests in Entertainment, Healthcare, Law, Education, and Sport.
Alan Santana, father, husband, author, former boxer, and currently president and founder of No Teen Riders, a non-profit organization, is scheduled to produce his first television show called “Shining the Light.”
Nehita Jewelry Founder Princess Monalisa Okojie is known throughout the Hollywood and Beverly Hills community as the “Jewelry Designer to the Stars.”
Imagine a restaurant filled with boxing greats – fighters, trainers, managers – all trying to talk over each other with their stories of “back in the day” and “remember when,
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