Describe yourself, your background and what you do today.
I was born in Kinshasa and grew up between Paris and Brussels. At 16, I discovered Brussels and fell in love with the city. At the moment I work as a bartender at Le Roi des Belges to make a living, however art is where my heart is. I have a passion for music and dance so I decided to combine both by performing while playing music. If I had to talk about myself I’d say I’m a very dynamic, courageous person who likes to party with friends and travel. I’m always eager to meet new people and learn.
How has Brussels shaped you as an individual as well as your professional activities?
“Bruxelles ma belle”; such a true statement. It’s so beautiful that it makes me feel beautiful too. The city has a lot to offer. It’s open and free, which allows you to be yourself. Brussels allowed me to be who I’m today.
List three things you like the most about Brussels.
List three deciding factors that converted you to bicycle use.
- Avoid public transport
- Be eco-responsible
- It’s quick
Brussels allowed me to be who I’m today.
List three favourite bike routes in Brussels.
- Ixelles/Elsene for its African neighbourhood
- Sablon/Zavel for its antiques
- Bois de la Cambre/Ter Kamerenbos for the nature