Growing up in a home of abuse, you struggle with the notion that you can love a person you hate, or hate a person you love. It’s a strange feeling.
Comedy is a great tool. We are trying to find ways to use humor to enlighten people without preaching to them.
If this comedy thing doesn’t work out, I’ve always got poverty to fall back on.
Often, people who can do, don’t because they’re afraid of what people that can’t do will say about them doing.
Progression, in my opinion, is often identifying shortcomings – whether it’s views or the things you’re doing in your life, your relationships – and trying to find the places where you improve on those.
The first thing I learned about having money was that it gives you choices. People don’t want to be rich. They want to be able to choose. The richer you are, the more choices you have. That is the freedom of money.
But the real world doesn’t go away. Racism exists. People are getting hurt. And just because it’s not happening to you, doesn’t mean it’s not happening.
I don’t think I have thick skin, but I heal fast. It’s easy to break through, but I heal fast.
You want to live in a world where someone is good or bad. Where you either hate them or love them. But that’s not how people are.
Being chosen is the greatest gift you can give to another human being.
That awkward moment when you are sitting next to people who gossip too much that you are even scared of leaving them cause you know that you are next.
You’ll have a few bruises and they’ll remind you of what happened and that’s okay. But after a while, the bruises fade and they fade for a reason. Because now, it’s time to get up to some s**t again.
You have to work a bit harder to offend me because I’m from the home of some of the best racism in the world. I’m a snob when it comes to racism.
We live in a world where we don’t see the ramifications of what we do to others because we don’t live with them.
Love, unfortunately, sometimes gives you the ability to forgive somebody and blind yourself to the truth.
As an outsider myself, I always mixed myself with different groups…I’ve never been afraid to go into a different space and relate to those people, because I don’t have a place where I belong and that means I belong everywhere.
We spend so much time being afraid of failure, afraid of rejection. But regret is the thing we should fear most.