Ke’Andrea “Kiki” Ayers is an Entertainment Journalist and Producer. Growing up in a single parent household, Ayers uses the struggles of her past to motivate her future. From growing up poor, she reflects on a time when she lived in a 1996 white Ford Taurus with her mom, sister and brother at the age of 16. Ayers said that didn’t stop her from making honors in high school but pushed her to take her education to the next level.
At the age of 16 she started attending a community college and graduated with both
her high school diploma and Associates Degree in Communications. In 2008, Ayers
transferred to Howard University in Washington, DC where she graduated with a
degree in Broadcast Journalism.She got her start in the entertainment industry by interning in the Promotions Department with DC’s #1 radio station WPGC 95.5 FM.  It didn’t take Ayers long
before she made her mark within the company and earned the nickname “super
She continued to land internships with notable companies such as MTV, Atlantic Records and NBC News.In January of 2010, Ayers started interning with BET and just 3 weeks
into the internship she was employed as a Production Assistant. Ayers started
working major productions in college and to date her production credits include but
are not limited to the MTVU Sun Music Festival, WPGC Birthday Bash, BET Awards, BET Hip-Hop Awards, MTV Video Music Awards, Super Bowl XLV, BET Rip The
Runway, and The Grammy’s.Ayers moved to New York After graduation to pursue her career in television. While
in New York, she worked on the Jerry Springer show. She also worked on shows
such as Guy Code, Girl Code and Wild N Out at MTV2 while freelancing with MTV
News.Ayers quit her job at MTV2, packed her bags and moved to Atlanta. After just
2 days in the ATL, she landed a job as an Associate Producer, working on a reality
show on BBC America. After just 3 weeks in Atlanta, she moved to LA after getting a
job offer to work with Entertainment Mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs as a Music
Programming Coordinator at REVOLT TV. In addition to working at REVOLT, Ayers is a freelance host and journalist for XXL, EURweb and Global Grind.