Originally from Brooklyn, NY  Ke’Shawn “Flexxa” Forbes, closely identifies with his Jamaican culture. Jamaica is the beautiful island of his parents birth and where he was nicknamed “Flexxa”  because he was constantly on the move and making “flexes.”

Ke’Shawn currently serves as the DC/MD Social Brand Ambassador for Combs Enterprises—a  Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs Company.  He earned this challenging yet rewarding position at the young age of 25. Flexxa represents all of Mr. Combs’s entities through the management  of brand activations, campaigns launches, marketing initiatives, and lifestyle activities.

Forbes earned a Bachelors degree and a Masters degree just a year later both from his beloved Morgan State University in Baltimore, Maryland. While a student at Morgan, Flexxa gained a wide variety of experience hosting events on the university campus as well as parties at some of the premiere venues in the Baltimore/DC Metro Areas for some of the top celebrities such as Kevin Hart, Drake, Diddy, Jamie Foxx, Future, and Terrence J, and many more which qualified him to become the “The Massive Host” as we know him today.

Flexxa is the Founder and Host of FlexXratedTV —an internet based and TV-ready show available on YouTube. The show was created in 2010 when Flexxa and his “Apeture” production crew traveled to some of the biggest cities attaining exclusive interviews with major celebrities, and getting behind the scenes at some of the hottest events all while creating fun, interactive, and creative content with locals. The channel has 800,000 views and has been the catalyst for Flexxa’s entertainment career.

Now you can catch Flexxa on DTLR Radio from 2-5p EDT  Monday-Friday bringing you his branded “FlexxRatedRadio” show broadcasting across the country in more than 100 DTLR and also available worldwide on the FREE streaming mobile app.

Infusing his educational background with hosting experiences, Forbes can ensure a responsible lifestyle full of enjoyment for all. #OneLove.

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