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Why you should party with Ifé Moore

Charlotte radio personality Ifé Moore can be heard rocking the mic every day on Q92.7; she can also be seen rocking parties around Charlotte — at spots like Tempo and many more — several times per week. So now that CIAA has blasted into town, will the statuesque self-proclaimed “hustler” be taking a weeklong break? Well, according to her, hell no! 

During all the official and unofficial CIAA events, Moore will be hosting a trio or more of parties, and she thinks everyone should make plans to come hang with her.

Here's the what and why:

"First off I'm hosting a Ladies Lockup Thursday and Friday from noon to 1 p.m. at Club Onyx [5300 Old Pineville Road]. Ladies Lockup presents male entertainers for women hosting bachelorette parties or ladies who just want to get out and enjoy themselves. I hosted this event this past Sunday, and it was packed! I saw things I never saw before! The women were wildin'!" says Moore. "It's definitely a place to be if you and your girls are looking to do something during the day."

But wait, there's Moore (Get it? Moore?):

"I'm also hosting a party Friday [party starts at 9 p.m.] at Woods on South [2100 South Boulevard] with Keith Sweat [The Sweat Hotel]. It'll definitely be a 'grown folks' party, but it's gonna be one of the biggest parties of the year. And if anyone has seen me at Tempo, you know I can hype a party. And on top of that, more than hosting I'm gonna party with my people," she says.

"I'll be back at Woods on South on Saturday night from 10 p.m. until 3 in the morning, rocking the Digital Divas/Tiffany Jones party. And anybody who's anybody is usually at Tiffany's parties. The Fuzz Band will be performing and DJ Polo will be spinning. You can't knock this party. [For more info, visit]"

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