Introducing A Tribe Called Booty in collaboration with the beautiful Jenn Cross: a safe and silly place for those native hunnies who want to enhance what their istas (moms) gave them. Big or small, all booties welcomed. Get ready for workouts, recipes and other ways to keep yourself active and healthy
About Jenn Cross:
“Kwe! My name is Jennifer-Anne Kaiennenhá:wi Cross. I am from Kahnawá:ke (Kahnawákeró:non) which is part of the Mohawk (Kanien:keha’ka) Nation. My Mohawk name means “she carries the footsteps (of her past)”. To me, this means I always carry and use my past experiences (footsteps) to help myself and others heal and grow. I’ve always been the advice giver and understanding friend as I’ve been through a lot at my young age (26). I’m hoping to inspire the indigenous youth through my social media (YouTube and instagram are both @kaiennenhawi)! Inspire them to work hard, love their self, be healthy, be happy, and more! I want to be the positive influence I needed when I was younger when dealing with my father walking away from my family, my grandparents leaving us from cancer, colonization, racism, being sexuality assaulted at a party, making wrong judgements, etc. I’ve overcome a lot and am proud of where I am right now. If I can help just 1 person or make 1 person smile, it would all be worth it. A Tribe Called Booty was an amazing opportunity that came to me from another strong indigenous woman. When a tribe called beauty wanted to collab on this new series I was ecstatic. This is another channel to reach more people, spread positivity and health. We want this series to be a safe space to learn more about eating good, getting exercise and improving wellness. Stay tuned for recipes, workouts, tips, tricks and more! Xoxo”
Make sure you follow this Mohawk beauty on Instagram @kaiennenhawi & stay tuned for the A Tribe Called Booty post’s every other Sunday!
Instagram: @atribecalledbeauty & @nativebossbabe