Jarielle Tasha Nettles

Born, raised, and currently residing in Flint, Jarielle Tasha Nettles has been involved in the arts of Flint for as long as she can remember, having attended Flint Institute of Music and participating in local art-related programs and organizations. She currently majors in Creative Writing and wears many hats such as songstress, writer, ardent expresser of love, self-healing, and culture. She enjoys curating the phases of her life, alongside her Dachshund, Remy.

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Feature Story Flint native Victoria McKenze sits with Flintside's Jarielle Nettles for an interview at her home.
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