Cuban Link Tries Holistic Healing on “Boss Girl’s Guide”


( ENSPIRE Entertainment ) Boss Girl’s Guide Airs Wednesdays @ 10 p.m. on CLEO TV

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The bosses are back and this time, Jamira “Cuban Link” Haines is taking the lead. The show follows the “boss” lives of four powerful and influential entrepreneurs. Boss Girl’s Guide enters A Day in the Life of Dutchess Lattimore, Kéla Walker, Jamira “Cuban Link” Haines, and Tiffany Battle. Since their lives can be busy, viewers are shown how the girls find balance. Boss Girl’s Guide introduces the everyday side of four extraordinary women. 

Cuban Link sheds light on some current health and wellness trends that heal the body both inside and out. It’s all about holistic healing at Katura Health in Orange, New Jersey. Then, she heads over to Brooklyn Tea to get in on the hype. Both locations are Black-owned, with Katura Health being led by Dr. Marc Antony Marcelin and Brooklyn Tea founded by husband and wife team Jamila Wright and official Tea Sommelier Alfonso Wright. Dr. Marc Antony Marcelin is a Doctor of Physical Therapy. He is a graduate of Neumann University and Rutgers University. His professional training is rooted in Sports, Orthopedic, Neurological, and Pediatric Rehabilitation. The word “Katura” is based on the Swahili language, which means “relief.” In Zimbabwe, the word means “take a burden off my mind.” Katura began in 2019 and opened its doors in 2020, during the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Brooklyn Tea is loose leaf, all-natural, and can be served iced or hot. It comes in 50 varieties. It serves black and pu-erh, oolong, and rooibos, and herbal, in addition to its selection of staff picks and seasonal teas. Brooklyn Tea also offers other products, such as its tea boxes and merch, such as hoodies, gaiters, and sweatpants. 

Already, you may be familiar with the Girls’ names. First, Kéla Walker, is a style influencer and media maven. She hosts That’s So New York. Dutchess Lattimore, otherwise known as “The Dutchess of Ink,” formerly appeared on Black Ink Crew. Jamira “Cuban Link” Haines is an Instagram model and influencer. Aside from being 50 Cent’s girlfriend, she is also a fitness trainer and entrepreneur, owning the brand Cuban Fit. Lastly, Tiffany Battle is another influencer and the founder of The Werk! Place. These four women are accomplished on their own. When put together, they are an unstoppable force.

Boss Girl’s Guide is produced by Powerhouse Productions, where Rochelle Brown and Sonia Armstead serve as executive producers. Austyn Biggers is the SVP of Programming and Jason Ryan is the Executive Producer in Charge of Production for TV One.

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