Growing up in a small town outside of Jackson, Mississippi, Latrice Rogers was determined to end a generational cycle. Working hard and staying consistent, she left her post-college retail job and started her own hair company, Goddess Lengths. While in its infant stage, she took over a section of the local Target parking lot and sold the hair out of her car. Latrice was pushed by a security officer to take her business more legit and the rest is history. The now multi-millionaire entrepreneur and reality television newbie is here to share her story as well as a little unknown insight about the show. We know how tricky reality tv can be, so we teamed up with our long-time friend DJ Richie Skye from Reality Talk with DJ Richie Skye to make sure all of the points were hit.
Rounding out its first season, Belle Collective is the new series from the producers behind “Love & Marriage: Huntsville” centers this show on the personal and professional lives of five successful, glamorous boss women who are redefining what it means to be a southern belle in Jackson, Mississippi. These dynamic women represent Mississippi’s finest Black female entrepreneurs, determined to break ceilings – glass and otherwise – while shredding long-held stereotypes of the South. They must set aside their differences to redevelop a struggling mid-twentieth century historic district that was once known as the hub for Black-owned businesses.