Tambra Cherie | Belle Collective, Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Kids, Net Worth, Books
February 20, 2021
Tambra Cherie Biography
Tambra Cherie is an American tv show star, and Radio personality for WRBJ-FM on-air radio personality for Jackson’s top hip-hop and R&B station and host of the most controversial radio show in the city, “The Relationship Hour.” Marie is a cast for Belle Collective television series that premiered on Oprah Winfrey Network on January 15, 2021. The show follows the lives of five businesswomen in Jackson, Mississippi.
Tambra Cherie Age – Birthday
Tambra Cherie is 41 years old as of 2020, born on September 8, 1979, in the United States.
Tambra Cherie Real Name
Her real name is Tambara Cherie Marie.
Tambra Cherie Height and Weight
Cherie stands at a height of around 5 feet 5 inches.
Tambra Cherie Family
She is yet to disclose more information about her parents and siblings.
Tambra Cherie Husband
Marie is currently dating and has not shared much information about her boyfriend hence it will be updated.
Tambra Cherie Net Worth
Cherie has an approximated net worth of $1 million – 5 million U.S dollars.
Tambra Cherie Education
she graduated with an MBA & an undergraduate degree.
Tambra Cherie WRBJ-FM
She airs on Weekdays from 10a-2p on WRBJ 97.7FM. Whether she’s telling the latest entertainment buzz or giving advice during the very popular midday “Relationship Hour” everyone is tuned in to the “Midday Diva!”
She has been nominated in Best of Jackson 2020 for Best Radio Personality. Likewise, she was also nominated as the radio personality of the year 2019 in the Mississippi hip-hop culture awards.
Tambra Cherie Belle Collective Tv Show
“Belle Collective, which premired on Januray 15 on Oprah Winfrey Network “thenewseriesfromtheproducers behindthehit“Love&Marriage:Huntsville”centersonthepersonalandprofessionallivesoffivesuccessful,glamourousbosswomenwhoareredefiningwhatitmeanstobeasouthernbelleinJackson,Mississippi.
The beautiful black representMississippi’sfinestBlackfemale entrepreneurs,determined tobreakceilings–glassandotherwise–whileshreddinglong heldstereotypesoftheSouth.Theymustsetasidetheirdifferencestoredevelopastrugglingmid-twentiethcenturyhistoricdistrictthatwasonceknownasthehubforBlack-ownedbusinesses.