I’m pretty grounded in a lifestyle which disciplines me and gives me a sense of familiarity and comfort.
My family has always had Cape Verdean pride but I don’t think it was something the kids in the family necessarily understood. However, I was very conscious of the fact that both sides of my family were drastically different and my aunts, cousins, and uncles varied in different shades of brown.
The difference lies in the intention behind wanting money. Your reasons for why you want to create more money is typically why you’re ambitious to get it. You’re either genuinely ambitious or selfishly hungry.
I’m just vibrant. I try to bring that to everything I do.
You’re living in a matrix that’s driven by social media. It’s become glorified. You’re suppose to be what you portray on social media, thats the perception.
My hero among heroes is my grandmother, she’s the epitome of strength and I try to mock that strength all the time. She’s a beast.
Life would continue to exist and grow. Cause and effect still exist even where there is no time.
You’re sort of forced to include this aspect of culture into your life whether it be for social reasons or business purposes.
My friends are me and in essence better than me, they help me be better even when they don’t know it.
I feel blessed to have had the accumulation of life experiences that I’ve had, life experience just adds to the depths of a persons richness, as with acting!
I admire many women that have come before me, heavy influencers such as Oprah, such as Beyoncé, and I’m witnessing the fruit of their work and experiencing their legacy now and they’re not even close to the finish line.
There’s very few shows that truly reflect specific ethnic experiences, and when they come and come right, they’re a hit.