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I Am Going On A Bra Strike, Says Cameroonian Hype-Queen, MC Charlene

"I feel like my boobs have been In jail for almost 20 years!!!!"

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Energy Goddess MC Charlene recently took to her social media page to say “I am sick of wearing a bra!!!! Like seriously I feel like my boobs have been In jail for almost 20 years!!!! Bras are so uncomfortable!!!! I am going on a bra strike!!!! I need a break!! Chaiiii”

This means that the Hype Queen would be seen more frequently without a bra henceforth till she feels it deem to end the self-imposed strike.

Meet Energy Goddess, MC Charlene

MC Charlene born Charlene Ebai-Ebi Egbe is a Cameroonian-born award-winning MC/Hype queen based in Norway. Charlene ranks as one of the biggest female MCs/Hostesses in the Afrobeats music industry in Europe and Scandinavia.

She’s very popular among the movers and shakers of the Afrobeats music industry in Europe and beyond.

She has hosted high-profile events for music stars and amongst them are Reekado Banks, Kiss Daniel, Stonebwoy, Iyanya, Tekno, Diamond Platnumz, Olamide, Flavour, Mr P, Fally Ipupa. She has successfully spread her tentacles beyond boundaries and borders. The name “Energy Goddess” speaks volumes not just in Africa but in many European countries like; Belgium, Germany, Norway, Italy, Turkey, Sweden, Austria, England, Finland and many more. MC Charlene hosted the Made in Cameroon Music Festival in Maryland, United States.

Also, in Summer 2019, she was the only female MC that appeared on the stage of ‘Afrobeat in Amsterdam’ at the Oh My Festival, a renowned urban music festival in the Netherlands that paraded artists such as Mr Eazi, Tiwa Savage, Davido, Meek Mill and a few other A-list artists.

In June 2021, she made it to the Top 5 African female MCs /show hosts in a publication by a popular Nigerian newspaper “The Guardian.”

MC Charlene in 2019 won an award for the MC of the year at the Scandinavia Afrobeats Music Awards (SAMA Awards). In 2020, she also bagged Best MC/Host of the year at Muzikol Music Awards (MUMA) in Cameroon.


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