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Julia Boss Lady to host events in Miami

Entrepreneur and influencer Julia “Boss Lady” Kadhikwa has hit the big leagues and is going to be hosting her first event in the United States of America later this month.

According to her Instagram account she is set to host the popular AFROPIANO FEST in Miami Florida.

“First time gone be in USA and it’s going to be in my favorite city. Catch me in my bikini outside in Miami,” she wrote.

Kadhikwa started off as an artist manager and events promoter before she was seen mingling with A-list celebrities all over the African continent. She then bagged a brand ambassadorship for Belair Champagne which is owned by popular American rapper Rick Ross.

Now her status has yet again risen to hosting some of the biggest international parties including the upcoming AFROPIANO FEST in Miami which is a vibrant and multicultural city located in South Florida, known for its beautiful beaches, tropical climate, and vibrant nightlife.


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