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Valley Mentality with Oscar Miranda

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Oscar Miranda recalls his legendary run on Vine, growing up in the Valley, and Salvadorian slang.
Show transcript
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Can I be honest though?
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Do we need more content creators or do we need more doctors
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No, no, no, no, no.
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Do we need more content creators or do we need more doctors
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And yes, you're getting paid all this money right now, you're
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getting paid all this money.
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But what they're going to use you for is to promote the movie
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What's up everybody?
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Welcome to another episode of three Gs in the pod right now
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We're missing one of our Gs Eric Rivera.
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But you still got the two best Gs here.
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You know what I'm saying?
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Chilling out.
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Um I'm Sasha Mercy.
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It's just a in the building.
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You know what I know what Eric is doing.
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He's going for a job right now because this guy is preparing
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for a 10-K.
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You know, he is with his skin and like my hair.
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He's five in the morning, going for runs doing stories like
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who does a story, who does a story at five in the morning?
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Dude go to sleep.
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He uses on his face is keels.
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I don't know what it is.
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Baby tears.
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I don't know what's going on with him.
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Yeah.
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He do something.
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I don't know what it is.
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But yeah, man.
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But today we got a, we got a special guest in the building.
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I'm super excited.
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Not only is he my friend, but he's going to be our friend for
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the three G at a pod.
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You might, you might recognize him from his like viral videos
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that he's done on social media.
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You also see them on national wide commercials, guys all over
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the place.
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Give it up for Oscar everybody.
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Let's go, let's go.
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Let's go.
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Let's go.
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How you doing?
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He's humble.
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You prefer meat or Miranda you like, depends where I'm at,
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bro.
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I got you.
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I got you.
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I got you a little bit of spice.
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It was like like a meat.
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Yeah.
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Yeah.
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Yeah.
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Yeah.
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That don't matter.
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So you never, when you grew up like you grew up in the valley
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right?
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Is it, is it uh it's not Miranda in the Valley?
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Is it in the valley or?
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No?
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I went by a nickname in the Valley, bro.
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They don't know my last name in the valley.
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Wait, wait, what, what I can say it might be.
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It's probably a nickname.
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That's why he doesn't want to say in suspension once he was
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out here.
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OK.
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So my question is right.
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So you're from the Valley, I'm from New York City, right?
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And I moved to the valley.
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Um and I'm still trying to get familiar with the valley because
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I don't know exactly.
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What is the valley like?
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Is it past the mountain?
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Like, what is the valley like?
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I mean, so the valley is like, if you're coming from like West
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L A on the 405, you obviously go up a little bit and it's the mountains
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The valley is like, surrounded by mountains.
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You know what I mean?
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So, that's, that's the pockets.
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Yeah.
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Yeah.
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Exactly.
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Exactly.
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Yeah, I say, I tell everybody it's like pass, going over the
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Hollywood side when you go over to the Hollywood sign anything
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there, you know, it's crazy like me as a New Yorker.
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I would have never thought that I would move to the valley in
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any way because I would watch movies.
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I would watch TV.
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And it was like valley girls like valley girls, you know.
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You know what's funny about that?
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And I've never, nobody talks like that.
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That's from the valley.
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Ok, bro?
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Like if you're from the valley, you don't talk like none of
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my friends growing up like, like you were, you were, you probably
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grew up in the rough parts, you know what I'm saying?
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You know, come on there some place in the talk like that for
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me.
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It wasn't like, oh my God, it was like, fuck fool, you know.
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Oh yeah, that you can see all the girls, fuck you, fuck you crazy
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You OK?
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You know that he liked you, you're dumb.
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You need to shut up right now because you're being stupid.
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Those are the track, you know, I don't have no idea what you
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guys talk about.
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New York.
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Oh, sorry, I was gonna say, but like I was gonna say, I thought
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that I was gonna be in downtown LA.
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I thought I was gonna move to Los Angeles.
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I'm like, yo, I'm going downtown, there's trains, everything
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you know, it's walking distance.
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And when I saw it was like the walking dead.
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I was like, I moved to the valley and I just remember thinking
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like I liked it.
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Like I always liked the Valley and that's the thing is like
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you have nice buildings and stuff like that.
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I'm not saying that um there's not homeless people, there's
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homeless people everywhere in California, there's an epidemic
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but walking dead in downtown L A.
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They'd be like, why are you here?
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They're like, why are you here, bro?
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A homeless people?
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They are brave.
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They be like, hey man, like I'm not saying that other people
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are more, you know, but their homeless people are just, they
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kind of have like a little weird role where they just like give
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you distance.
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I'm going, I'm going to tell you this.
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I have problems with you.
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If you ain't got manners, I don't care if you're homeless.
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I don't care if you, if you, if you, I don't care if you're homeless
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I don't care if you got money.
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If you don't got manners.
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We have a problem.
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Ok.
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If you don't know how to, uh, uh, uh, respect somebody's personal
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space.
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We got problems in New York City.
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I have yo, I've seen homeless people in New York City and they
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are my respect to be like, oh, like, you know, they be like,
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they know, I mean, I don't know, after the pandemic, let me
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tell you something.
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This homeless dude, so this homeless dude in downtown L A,
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right?
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I'm like I went to go get something.
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He comes up, he was like, can I get some change?
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And I am looking at him and I was like, I don't got nothing.
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He was like, man, come on like you lying and I was like, all right
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you're right.
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I got something because I felt pissed at that moment.
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You know what I'm saying?
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I'm not doing it from the consciousness of my own heart.
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Like, you know what I got checked in downtown homeless guy
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I got checked and I mean, I came out of the park and I met everybody
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I left him at the restaurant.
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You do that move in that way, you do the move where I'll drop
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you off where we're at and I'll go find parking.
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So we don't waste time.
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So I did that and I started walking by myself at night and then
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some girl was like, my man, I'm gonna need to my man, I need you
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to give me some I was like, what can I get you?
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So I'm gonna need you to give me some, some.
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What I'm like, I'm like, first of all, we're in an alley.
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What do you want me to give you?
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Because if you want me, what I think you want me to give you,
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it's gonna be whack it right now.
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It's not that good, it's not that you're not gonna like it,
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dude.
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I have friends that live in downtown L A, right?
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And they, you know, it's a beautiful building.
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She got her car robbed twice inside the garage like it is.
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I mean, the second time it's her.
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No, no, no.
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It's like you're placing it somewhere where you're paying
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for parking, you're thinking that everything's secure and
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it's crazy out there.
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But I just got my car jacked.
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You got, I got, I just got it back though.
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That's what's crazy.
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Jacked your car.
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My car was gone for 2.5 weeks and now and then, and then my uncle
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was like, hey, uh I, at Starbucks, I see a car that looks like
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yours is yours.
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Send me a picture.
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I'm like, that's my, I call my boy Rick.
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I'm like, Rick is just closer to him.
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I'm like Rick, pull up to Starbucks.
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I think that's my car.
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Go check.
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I'm getting ready.
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He pulls out.
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That's your car.
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The license plate don't match.
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I already checked.
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I'm like, I'm on my way.
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Gang stuff, bro.
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It was a homeless dude stole it.
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No.
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Yes.
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That's why it's so funny.
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Like he was like, bro, I got my car back.
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Cops took him whatever I opened, I opened the trunk.
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We got a family in there.
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There's, there's two backpacks, clothes, sandals, there's
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a towel in the glove department.
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There's this deodorant, his champagne toothpaste toothbrush
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I'm done here because I had a detailed like clean, bro.
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Yeah, I had to get it in there and um on the way over here we're
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listening to music and for whatever reason, my heart said
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push the eject button because my car still has a CD player.
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It's a 2021 for you.
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You don't get a twisted.
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He was still playing CD player.
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So, so we're coming right.
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I pressed it and I'm like chilling and I like, I wanna push the
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E button.
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It B A Rick James CD comes out.
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Me and my boy Rick were like, it's not with, if you would have
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said top hits now, I would have been like the ultimate like
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I put it in.
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We like, let's play.
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I put it in just to see, you know what happened.
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I've never used a CD player.
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I was like, oh, I'm like, I respect it.
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I respect that.
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Yeah.
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Yeah.
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Yeah, man.
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I'm just kind of wondering like where he went and like, how
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did that happen?
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And where did he take a shower?
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I tell you what though?
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The car was in really good condition.
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It wasn't dirty, it wasn't damaged it like cigarette but that's
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about it.
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But you see like, yeah, I mean, but you used to like, like where
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you grew up?
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Like you used to cigarettes, no cigarettes, cigarettes,
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being around that environment of like being around homeless
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people that really spooked.
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No, no.
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So like I bring a lot of people want to know this.
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What kind of Latino are you?
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Cause you tricked me when I first met you.
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I thought you were like, and then you were like, no and I'm like
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what, what do you mean?
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What do you mean like, like where my parents are from Salvador
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You're Salvador.
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But like I said, I grew up in the valley.
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So, so you and my friends were Mexican dude, that's, that's
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a trip because I didn't get to be around Salvadorian since
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I moved to L A and they were telling me, oh, you're Salvador
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I thought that was just like a state in Mexico.
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Oh That's what's up.
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So you're Mexican and their slang is different.
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Your sling is totally different than the Mexican sling.
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Yeah, bro.
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Like I went to a Mexican restaurant when I was a kid and I asked
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for a, and they're like, what's that?
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I'm like, I'm like, yeah, that, so growing up, I never thought
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I call it, you know.
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You know.
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Right.
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And that great.
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So you grow up with like, uh, so your, is it your mom or your dad
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or?
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They're both, they're both.
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Ok.
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So, yeah.
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So, yeah, so growing up, bro, all Mexican friends going to
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Mexican households, all my soccer teammates, every sport
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me friend.
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So that's why when I, when I grew up and, and bro, I would listen
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to all Mexican music.
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I would even speak like Mexican slang.
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You know what I'm saying?
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It's like Salvador, the Salvadoran act comes out.
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But yeah, so it's, I mean, that's cool, bro.
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I was probably the only, I was like the token Salvadorian friend
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you know what I'm saying?
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But they never, they never pressed the issue like they never
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said like, oh no, he's solving, you know how they say this,
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always count on each other, the salary, you know, that must
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be a trip that you always have to be defending yourself.
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Not me.
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I mean, like you asses, I was, I never said shit.
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I like the homeless people have to learn how to OK.
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Yeah.
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So you're probably Latino in your school and knew how to dance
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Absolutely.
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I mean, Mexicans at the school, it was always me dancing all
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my friends on the wall like they're chilling, he got a cup pretending
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his beer and that's always me dancing because music is all
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like Latinos, we just got like, but I can dance all that.
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I can make the, I know that like, you know what I mean?
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Like I can dances and stuff.
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He loves to dance.
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You ask me, you look at him like, oh, is he, he comes close to
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like, what was one of the things that influenced you the most
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growing up um influenced me?
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I mean, when I was younger I didn't really have like a goal per
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se.
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I just wanted to play sports when I, once I started playing
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football, I'm like, I think I'm gonna go to the NFL.
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I'm like, I think that's what I'm gonna do.
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You know what I mean?
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So I focused on football and that's what I wanted to do up until
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uh I got my girl pregnant and I had to drop out of college, bro
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I was so focused on football that I didn't even apply to universities
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bro.
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II, I thought that was my out.
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I thought it was my out.
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I'm like, I'm gonna be like Darren Sproles which was like a
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a running back, short or d short running back.
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I'm like, I'm gonna be like that.
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You really thought that was apply to university because in
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my mind, I'm like, I'm gonna go to AJ C play two years to four
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years.
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I'm like, and I'm gonna make it, they're gonna love me.
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And then first season I tried to play football, I got my girl
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pregnant.
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I'm like, shit.
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Damn, the work at the and shit.
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And it was a, I was the kid.
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Yeah, I was the worker.
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The, uh, yeah, and when I played football in high school, I
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had scouts, you know, the scouts, you said you had scouts and
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still looking for you?
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No, I didn't.
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But I say I did this, I was like, yo, what grade are you in?
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Junior?
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Talk to me next year.
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Never happened.
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But I say I did.
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Yeah, let's touch on that.
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So that didn't work out.
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Yeah, obviously.
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Yeah.
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So don't get a high school that didn't work out then.
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What did you do?
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Right after high school then, uh, after high school tried
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to go to college got my girl pregnant and I didn't like college
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anyway, bro.
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College is not for everyone.
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Um, so I just started working, I just work job to, job from,
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to security, to working at warehouses with security.
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Yeah.
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Yeah.
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I work for like, four different security companies.
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Hold on, hold on.
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You, like, fresh out of high school and you were your security
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guard?
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No, no, no.
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I, I was doing like retail first.
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Like, I think my first ever job was Anchor Blue.
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Remember anchor, blue shorts.
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Shorts.
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Anchor Blue was like, uh, it was like Valley, it's Valley.
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Kill me, kill me.
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Yeah.
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It forever 21 I guess at the time it's like an old navy.
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It's like an old navy.
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Yeah.
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Yeah.
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So that, you know, stores and then once I hit, like, 20 or like
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18, 19, I think I started working in security.
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So yeah, I just can't picture as security.
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I'm a grown ass man.
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I get this little guy.
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Hey, you ask me, you look at him like he, he comes close to you
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So how did you become a content creator?
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Um All right.
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So when I, when my son was born, he was, I think two months, I
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thought he was born two months.
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But when he was born is like security card.
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the security security at this time, he was two months now and
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I'm like I told, I told uh my, my girls like I want to act, my dad
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used to do it a little bit before when he was younger.
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Um like extra shit.
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You know what I mean?
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He's in the back.
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Like, I don't know if you've ever seen High School High?
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Yeah.
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So he's in almost every background shot.
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Wait, wait.
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Is he one of those like he puts on the movie and he's just like
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I'm right there.
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That's me right there.
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That's me.
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That's me, bro.
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Like I'll be like, oh and he hates it, bro.
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He's like, yeah, he don't like it because it's like he was like
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in the face.
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So, so um yeah, man, I was, I was like, I'm gonna act, you know
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I think, I think I've always been funny like in class to class
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client, I've always been a very uh uh charismatic, very, very
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you know.
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So I was like, I want I want to act, right?
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So I was like, well, how do I do it?
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So I'm like trying to figure it out and I am like, what if I start
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a youtube channel?
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Do skits, do funny videos, grow a following millions of people
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right?
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And then somebody's gonna see me like, yo, this shit is good
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and then I'm gonna be in TV, shows and movies.
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That was my plan from the job.
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I wanted to use social media.
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Did you, was there anybody you were watching that?
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You were like, oh I want to do that or it was like youtube a thing
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at that time like I think who was I watching?
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I want to say I was watching uh my boy, he's one of my boys now
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Uh Jimmy Tatro on life according to Jimmy on youtube, a lot
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of skin, bro.
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A lot of people I don't remember, you remember Super, super
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like everybody that I used to watch like I wanna do that like
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we're all friends now.
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So it's like, it's crazy like, yeah, so yeah, and then I'm like
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OK and then this is when I heard about Vine, Vine was barely
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barely coming out and I'm like, what's Vine?
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Oh It's a six second app.
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Got you, you post videos, you know what I mean?
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And I'm just like, that's crazy.
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So I transitioned to that.
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I just went straight into the video.
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So, so what was the, so you So you start doing some clips.
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How many did you start doing it until like it popped uh Vine
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Yes.
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How many vines were you putting out to?
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We were filming every day.
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We were filming multiple day by myself when I first started
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and I didn't really see got tunnel vision.
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He said I'm going in, I remember I would tell my brother like
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hey, can you feel me doing this?
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And he'd be like, bro, this is so stupid.
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What are you doing?
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This is so stupid.
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What are you doing up a kid?
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And then I was like, hey, can you?
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No, but I would have him help me, you know, so he would even be
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in them sometimes too.
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Um And it wasn't until like I started collaborating with other
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creators, other other Viner that I started seeing like, oh
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shit, you know what I mean?
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Like this go down.
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Those are numbers.
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Yes.
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That they gave you hope to be like, oh there is a Yeah to this
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Yeah, that's crazy.
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So my thing is like, were you trying, you knew that this could
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be possibly be a job?
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Yeah, I know.
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II I knew you could make money off of it with like brand deals
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or whatever.
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So, yeah, I was like, I'm, I'm gonna do it and I'm gonna use this
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as a, as a, as a vehicle, bro.
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That's crazy because to me it's like you've, you, that's a
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wild story because you have a kid and then some people, some
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people would say, you know what, I'm going back to school.
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I gotta, you know, I gotta get my shit together.
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I gotta get a real job.
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I gotta get a 41 K, I gotta start and you said I'm gonna double
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down this vine.
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I'm gonna pull all my chips into this vine and it's like, bro
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like you have to have some confidence and just be like this
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is gonna work like it was plan A Never plan B or C.
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That was it.
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It was always plan a, bro.
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Damn.
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Plan a damn.
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Your girl must really love you to be like, you know what?
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We just gonna see what happens to Vine.
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I don't know because I would have been like, fuck that.
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So when you, you know, first started doing Vine, you weren't
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working in security or were you were doing both?
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I was working in security.
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Yeah, that was my latest job before, before I started focusing
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on working security.
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You're dropping little clips and this and that.
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What was that first clip that just went boom.
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Just took off like you would like you that you told yourself
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oh I think I'm going viral.
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Like um it was a, a video where like I'm dunking a cookie into
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milk and I would pick it up.
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Let me see if that's the one.
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Yeah, that was it.
20:37
Oh my God.
20:40
And for whatever reason.
20:45
It's the music and everything.
20:48
Yeah.
20:49
Yeah.
20:49
Another thing about, like, doing sketches that people didn't
20:52
understand because, like, there's a whole entire formula
21:02
There's a series right there.
21:03
Watch, like, 20 minutes.
21:08
Some people were like, oh, that's just a six second video.
21:10
Right.
21:11
Like, even right now we look at it and we're like, that's it
21:13
But it was the song.
21:14
It was your reaction.
21:16
It was, it was just, it was just the right moment and a lot of
21:21
people, they were trying to like, probably emulate that and
21:24
they couldn't because it was like, it was so authentic at that
21:26
moment that you can't replicate it, right?
21:30
But, but people that don't know, Vine used to be a fucking like
21:33
a tiktok, you know, uh social media outlet that was like only
21:37
six seconds you can only do and people were very creative in
21:39
those six seconds.
21:40
And you were one of the people that popped real big on Vine and
21:45
thing to do though.
21:47
No.
21:48
So when I saw the video, I remember thinking like, oh that,
21:51
that was really funny.
21:51
But for you, when you posted it, like goes, I wanna, I wanna
21:55
know through the process.
21:56
This is what I like to know.
21:56
Like, tell me that the moment that you posted it and what happened
21:59
after that?
22:00
You just like said it, you know, I, I posted it because it had
22:03
just happened to me like 10 minutes prior and I'm like, and
22:06
it would always happen.
22:07
It just happened that moment and I was, I was already doing
22:09
videos.
22:10
Right.
22:10
So I'm like, oh, that's funny.
22:11
Right.
22:12
And I was like, no, come back and I'm like, it just hit me.
22:14
I'm like, oh, that'll be funny.
22:15
Like, if I do that and add the Titanic song.
22:17
And so I, I did it, I think it was one take too.
22:20
I only did it one time and I'm like, oh that's cool.
22:21
Let me try it again.
22:22
It wasn't, nothing was hitting like that first take.
22:23
So I just let it go and from one night to the next, bro, I had like
22:27
millions of views or loops and I'm like, that's crazy.
22:31
So, so did you get alerts and stuff or what happened?
22:33
No, I had everything turned off like, because like even Instagram
22:36
I don't have any alerts turned off because it's like then
22:38
it would be like non stop.
22:39
So when did you know, I think when did you know like damn, I think
22:42
I think I'm, I think I'm going viral.
22:45
Yeah.
22:45
Or like, I think I'm famous because it's like, you know, going
22:48
viral is very different because like people say like a one
22:50
time, yeah, but like, I like I'm famous, like I'm walking down
22:54
the street and people know who I am.
22:56
Like when did that happen?
22:58
Uh probably when I started shooting videos of like king badge
23:01
and like the and all them Yeah, bro.
23:04
Like once I started messing with them and shooting with them
23:07
and having them in my shit like, oh you're from the videos?
23:10
Yeah.
23:10
Yeah.
23:10
And I remember one time, the first time I ever got recognized
23:13
was from um uh a youtube video that I did and we were at Lake Balboa
23:17
It was me, my girl, my son, he was maybe four or five months at
23:20
this point and um he was walking like, yo, you're from youtube
23:24
and I'm like, yeah, yeah.
23:27
Yes, sir.
23:28
I'm, I'm from, he's like, yeah, you do.
23:29
You do the, the funny thing.
23:30
He's like, bro, you're funny.
23:31
He's like, he's like, keep it up like, thanks and I was with
23:34
my son by the water and I look back on my grandma is happy.
23:40
So, so the, the vines and stuff like that.
23:43
But you're meeting creators, you're meeting content creators
23:46
So who did you meet first that got you in the game that you're
23:48
so like rolling with?
23:49
So at this point, uh uh Batch was like at the top of his game,
23:53
I think he had like a couple, a few million and I'm like, oh,
23:55
this dude is funny.
23:56
That's when he did that.
23:57
But that back flip though, you know.
23:59
So I was like, oh, that's funny.
24:00
And then I came across his account, I'm like, oh this dude,
24:02
he's funny.
24:03
He has a lot of followers and I'm like, so I, I go to Insta, this
24:06
is before Instagram had videos and I'm like, I think I commented
24:09
on this video because they have DMZ like, what's up, bro?
24:11
Let's shoot.
24:12
I shoot Vines thinking he's gonna respond, right?
24:14
And um he wouldn't, so I hit up everybody in that circle and
24:17
nobody would respond until one dude named Giovanni Watson
24:20
I hit him.
24:21
I was like, yo, I love you guys as a group, bro.
24:23
You're funny too.
24:24
Like your videos are he had this pimp character that I thought
24:26
was funny.
24:27
Um And I am like, let, let shoot, right?
24:30
And I think that's like, let's shoot and he goes, I'm guessing
24:36
like that group that you were introduced to, you guys were
24:39
just shooting fines.
24:40
There was like 10, 15 people in, in whatever house we were shooting
24:44
for 6 to 8 hours, bro, nonstop.
24:46
Everybody would get 3 to 4 videos, bro.
24:48
Let's touch on that because a lot of people don't understand
24:51
like the grind that it takes to create people that watch these
24:54
videos think that all these guys are just doing but talk about
24:57
like the behind the scenes grind of it all like the whole hangout
25:01
So like, like what it looked like.
25:02
So let's just say it's us, right?
25:03
And I was like, oh I got a video idea.
25:05
OK.
25:05
What is it?
25:05
Did this?
25:06
OK, cool.
25:07
Let's shoot it.
25:07
I remember it was six seconds.
25:08
So we had to get that all in six seconds.
25:11
Who's next?
25:12
You OK, let's go.
25:13
And sometimes it's like your turn is like, I don't got nothing
25:15
And then you're like, what about this?
25:17
And then everybody would be like, what if you do that?
25:18
What if you do this?
25:19
What if you, so everybody starts to tweak it.
25:20
So they would work as a unit, bro.
25:22
And that's why they were all so successful on buying it because
25:24
it looked like it was its own little team own group because
25:27
you guys were just like being in each other's videos.
25:29
So that's what it was all hanging out and you guys were just
25:31
like collab in each other's ideas.
25:33
But we would just chilling like the people that were in this
25:35
group that you were like hanging out with uh Batch, they storm
25:39
a uh uh Lean V uh Paige Kennedy, a bunch of other people.
25:46
And then like right now are like the biggest, that's crazy
25:50
Like you got to see them when they're starting out, bro, they
25:53
own multi million dollar companies.
25:55
Batch is doing movie producing his own movies like, like everybody's
25:58
doing crazy right now.
26:00
That's crazy.
26:01
So when you got to see this is interesting to me because like
26:04
so you got to see that you got to see the blow up, you got to see
26:07
the people grinding.
26:08
You're also like, I call you like a pioneer with this whole
26:12
social media cause you got to see people's like normal people
26:16
become famous and you got to see like that world.
26:19
Like that was a, not a lot of people were becoming famous like
26:22
on social media.
26:22
You were, you were, you guys weren't one of the first ones that
26:25
are becoming this famous and with that came like this gold
26:28
rush of brands.
26:29
Like how was that?
26:31
Like people don't know it was cool, bro.
26:32
I remember I would see them get brand deals and oh I got this
26:35
brand deal for, I don't know Coke or something, you know what
26:38
I'm saying?
26:39
And I'm like in my mind, I'm like, damn, how do I get a brand new
26:41
for Coke?
26:42
Right?
26:42
You know, I remember the first time I went to Storm's House
26:44
my my uh Giovanni, he was like, yeah, it's my boy.
26:46
You know, we just uh we just started shooting uh he's on vine
26:49
and he goes, how many followers do you have?
26:50
I go 0 22 he goes 1000.
26:52
I go no 22 just 22 and he's like, and we all start there and yeah
27:02
I'm gonna give you a light.
27:03
You got 23 23.
27:06
Stay tuned and check out what's next after this commercial
27:09
break, but what's your available budget?
27:14
They're like, well, we could, we could do 5000 if that's ok
27:17
with you.
27:17
And I'm like, yeah, yeah, I can imagine like you being in this
27:22
room with all these people who are like all about content content
27:25
and you're like, you don't really want to be like, yo, tag me
27:28
you'll put me like, because you just feel very thirsty even
27:31
when you first start, bro.
27:32
Like, unless it's a video like for me, because I was the only
27:36
Hispanic dude in that group.
27:37
If it was a Hispanic video, they'd want me in it.
27:40
It's like, oh let's do this where you tell him something or
27:43
translate it but it's not what it means or something like that
27:45
you know what I mean?
27:45
Um But yeah, like when you, when I first started, I was like
27:48
most of the time I was like observing but I was shooting a lot
27:52
of shit.
27:53
So it's like you got almost like, you know what I mean?
27:55
Uh uh making your bones type shit like you're just, you know
27:58
behind the scene, figuring it out this OK?
28:00
But at the same time that taught me how to shoot that taughtt
28:03
me how to like how they cut or how they do little video tricks
28:06
or whatever, like just observing.
28:08
And eventually I started doing that in my videos.
28:11
And no, I think at that time, bro, I was the only one doing the
28:16
only Hispanic doing short form videos at that time aside from
28:19
maybe Laquan James you two at the time because I remember,
28:24
I just remember you being the, the main one, like I just saw
28:28
you everywhere and I was like, oh this guy is representing
28:30
Latinos right now.
28:32
But it goes to like it was Juan James and maybe, maybe if I can't
28:36
think of any until I linked with Jay Jay Mendoza.
28:40
And we just started rocking together for, for years.
28:42
And we just kind of like boom, boom, boom, boom, boom, you know
28:44
um like for me, like my thing is like when you got your first
28:49
brand deal, it was nice, I guess it was a nice check for, for
28:54
me.
28:54
My first time ever getting a brand deal was for a dating app
28:57
called, which was like, it was like a tinder kind of.
29:05
Did you do, do we swipe swipe or did you, what did you do?
29:19
So you got a nice little, yeah, I think it was like for 500 bucks
29:22
for me at that point.
29:24
I'm not making anything.
29:25
I'm like, oh shit for 100 bucks.
29:27
My first big one was for the Latin Grammys and I was like $5000
29:30
and I'm like, yeah, I remember I told my girl was like, hey,
29:33
they hit me for the La Grammy.
29:34
So what, what, what number should I say?
29:36
And they're like, I don't know.
29:36
And I'm like, ok, um, well, what's your available budget?
29:41
Well, we could, we could do 5000 if that's ok with you.
29:44
And I'm like, yeah, yeah.
29:48
Yeah, that was, I was so hyped.
29:50
Like, did you ever do any like stupid?
29:52
Like did you do some, like I spend that you were like, so yeah
29:55
I, I used to spend money on shoes and clothes that I don't even
29:57
have now.
29:58
Like, yeah, you have it.
30:00
I didn't have that growing up.
30:01
I wasn't able to go.
30:02
You were in your twenties?
30:03
You like, I'm like, I'm like buying dumb shit.
30:06
You know what I mean?
30:06
So my question is like the brand deals from Vine, were they
30:10
more than the brand deals in Instagram or was it it gradually
30:14
get bigger or was it similar because I know that till this day
30:18
like I am living off of the money I've made on Instagram.
30:21
Yeah.
30:22
Yeah.
30:22
Um I mean Vine, Vine was cool.
30:25
Uh But a lot of times they just package Vine and Instagram.
30:28
So and Facebook.
30:29
So I would have to post on three to get a number that I would like
30:34
to get as opposed to like a batch was like, oh Vine is fucking
30:37
a million dollars or something.
30:39
You know, if you, if you could do that, I remember one time uh
30:44
uh uh one of my friends, she, she, she was pretty popping on
30:48
Vine too.
30:48
She was like one of the biggest creators.
30:50
They hit her up for a brand, bro and they're like, we would like
30:52
you to post on Instagram.
30:54
Uh She also had a million dollars and she goes one story for
30:58
75,000 and she turned it down and I'm like, that's great that
31:02
is crazy.
31:03
Yeah, those are numbers that like, I just, I don't know.
31:05
That's and that's the thing about that that I want to like start
31:09
getting into, right?
31:10
Like, you know, I started off with Instagram, right?
31:13
So I, I remember like when you were looking at pretty much like
31:16
the same kind of sentiment of like when you were looking at
31:19
youtube and like, oh I want to do this but then you got on Vine
31:21
and I was like, that's what gave you your start for me.
31:24
It was like Instagram, right?
31:26
And um I just remember kind of like doing like the New York kind
31:32
of thing and like, you know, trying to find peers and like,
31:36
I was able to grow because it's like, you can't do it without
31:38
your peers.
31:39
Like I was, it was me nasty Ken stars, you know, we were doing
31:42
our thing.
31:44
Yeah.
31:44
So it's like, you know, that's how we did it.
31:46
And we were like the, I would say at that point, the essential
31:49
like New York crew like that people were like, yeah, people
31:54
were seeing us and stuff but there was like this burnout after
31:58
a while because it's like this constant like you have to post
32:03
and stuff like that.
32:03
But you know, then there's money coming in, right?
32:06
So it's just like, oh, like you have your creative integrity
32:10
and then you have this voice that you want to be authentic to
32:13
But then you get a, a brand deal for freaking dove and you can't
32:18
say or like, no, you can't be like, I mean, how does that burnt
32:24
out work?
32:25
You just don't want to do it.
32:26
Like it's crazy because there's been moments where the check
32:29
will be good, but I'm fucking dragging my feet, do it.
32:34
Like I'm like, oh because it's like, yeah, mentally, it's
32:37
just like, so what I want to get to that is when Tik Tok started
32:42
I was kind of um I was kind of reluctant to get into tiktok because
32:48
I'm like, I don't want to be in the same hamster wheel you over
32:52
and over again.
32:55
I mean, that, no, but that's what it sounds like.
32:57
That's what it sounds like.
32:58
And, and that's another thing that I want to give all your kudos
33:01
to you because it's like, not only did you start in vine, you
33:04
still doing it?
33:05
You know what I'm saying?
33:06
And it's just like you have like this amazing, amazing, amazing
33:09
amazing, amazing work ethic that is, that is undeniable
33:13
you know what I'm saying?
33:14
And, and that's another thing too is like, yeah, you have that
33:17
stuff and then you're able to create your own brand to where
33:21
now you could create your own stuff.
33:23
You know, and I think that that's important because it's like
33:26
it's so hard to even go to like a channel to see like Latino
33:30
content.
33:31
So you are legit a Latino channel that people have to look to
33:36
and see and, and be like, OK, what is he up to?
33:38
How, you know, like I relate to him.
33:40
Like, what is he saying?
33:41
What is he doing?
33:41
You know what I'm saying?
33:42
So it's just like, yeah, I know what you're saying.
33:47
And you are like pretty much your Instagram is like a Latino
33:50
channel.
33:51
Everything that you post is like people are gonna follow you
33:53
and stuff.
33:53
But you got to, the thing is right now the way people are creating
33:56
content, like I feel like back in the day it's like a wild, wild
34:00
west right now when it comes to like creating content, like
34:03
people, I'm guessing like back in the day it seemed like there
34:07
was an unspoken agreement, right?
34:09
Of things you can't touch.
34:11
Like if you do a version of a character, you're like, oh I can't
34:14
do that version because he's already got it.
34:16
We're gonna respect that.
34:17
We're gonna let him live with that.
34:19
But now I feel like you do like a, a clown character and people
34:23
are like, oh you see a bunch of clown characters all over the
34:25
place?
34:26
It's like, yo, is that like a, I, I feel like are people can step
34:29
on each other's toes now and it's cool.
34:31
Yeah, bro.
34:31
They were, they were very uh like if somebody took somebody's
34:35
video or concept or whatever, they'll, they'll, they'll
34:37
get caught out on it.
34:38
Right?
34:39
Yeah.
34:39
For sure.
34:40
So, so, so you don't like uh back in the day you weren't able
34:44
to touch on people's stuff.
34:45
I mean, and I always like to try to be, but it was hard, bro, because
34:49
it was already starting to get a little bigger.
34:51
So if you did come up with an idea that you thought was dope,
34:54
somebody might have already done it.
34:56
So you unknowingly and then he was like, yo, I did this first
35:00
and you're like you did and you go to their page and then he's
35:02
like, oh fuck you guys out content.
35:05
It might just overstep and then, and then you got to repost
35:09
or, or I don't think you could edit captions.
35:11
I don't remember if you did, you just put, now you gotta put
35:14
remake blah, blah, blah, even though you came up with the idea
35:18
of respect like I got you, you know, because nowadays it feels
35:21
like everybody's just biting each other.
35:24
Yeah, it's just, yeah, it's not even and it's just no creative
35:29
Um There's no creative input.
35:31
It's just kind of like, yo, there's this couple sketch and
35:34
then 50,000 couples are doing the same sketch and they're
35:38
getting views and they're getting followers and they're
35:39
getting all this stuff.
35:40
And you're kind of like, you know, you caught in the middle
35:43
as a creative because it's like, do I come up with new stuff
35:46
or do I just follow this kind of trend to stay relevant like
35:49
this, this relevancy that is like, I, I feel like I feel like
35:53
a lot of people don't understand though, like the difference
35:56
between a trend and taking someone's video or someone's sound
36:01
if you take someone's sound and redo it, as I, I would say,
36:05
as long as your sound is there and they click on the sound and
36:07
you're the first video.
36:08
Cool.
36:08
That's what you want as a creator because then that's a good
36:10
shot.
36:10
They go to the sound, they go to the first one and yeah, yeah
36:14
But if somebody takes your video rips your sound does it as
36:17
their own and doesn't cause I've seen videos where I'm like
36:20
oh this shit is funny and they're like in the comments, give
36:24
credit to the original.
36:25
I'm like, this isn't the original because it matches the how
36:27
you know, and she like, yeah, that's crazy.
36:29
But you know what my favorite is when they do the, the, the acting
36:32
trends on tiktok and they're like, and they're like, how can
36:37
I be?
36:38
And you know, it's like, bro, you suck, you're over active
36:42
or they're just mimicking what the movie did.
36:44
But those were not your choices.
36:48
You get, it's like you're in the blue and they're like, and
36:52
they be like, this is me smiling at this part and then frowning
36:55
in this part and like, no, I would, I think I may have done it
37:02
once because it was a but yeah.
37:08
No, that is not ringing.
37:10
I'm telling you, bro.
37:13
No mam is.
37:17
Yeah, dude, this is like, has anybody but they, they probably
37:23
get some followers off of it but then they'll be used to promotion
37:26
But there, there are some that I'm like, oh, you're pretty
37:28
good.
37:29
There's some people that I seen that movie.
37:37
No, get out of here.
37:43
She, she missed avatar.
37:44
Let me see.
37:45
Hold on, let me see what I murder your entire family.
37:47
She has to react to it.
37:49
Oh I'm the blue line.
37:53
I murdered your entire family.
37:57
You heard me burn down your house with everyone in it.
38:00
Yep.
38:01
Never heard anyone scream louder.
38:03
Yes.
38:05
Yes.
38:11
Shit.
38:12
She played us, she played us but I would, I mean not trying to
38:19
be serious but you know, I get it though like like we said, bro
38:23
like there's so many creators now that are trying to find
38:25
their way in, they're gonna take anything they can to get in
38:28
So like if doing that can is is gonna help them I guess, reach
38:33
their acting goal, do it because somebody might see and be
38:36
like, oh you're cool.
38:36
Can I be honest though?
38:37
Do we need more content creators or do we need more doctors
38:41
Do we need more content creators or do we need more doctors
38:44
Do we need more people that do we need more nurses?
38:48
We need more people that like I'm just saying you go to like
38:51
a school and you tell them, what do you guys want to be when you
38:53
grow urban?
38:53
It's like I want to be a youtuber.
38:54
I want to be a youtuber and I think it's so easy.
38:57
I mean, unless you're going to be a youtube doctor who's going
39:00
to teach us how to become a surgeon like on, like on tiktok.
39:04
And this pisses me off about this generation, goddamn it.
39:07
And I'm a say that's how you know you're old.
39:10
I'm gonna touch on that after this and how I realized fuck I'm
39:16
getting there, bro.
39:17
Like this is what pissed me off.
39:20
And did these kids will say these words that to me meant some
39:24
mean something and they use it so freely like, oh he's a goat
39:28
It was like you not everybody say go every other freaking time
39:34
Like you have to say go once or twice and that's it.
39:38
But did you do something stupid?
39:39
Yo, that was epic.
39:40
That was so crazy.
39:41
And it's like it wasn't that crazy.
39:44
It wasn't epic.
39:45
Yeah, it was like go oh my dude, my, my brothers and his friends
39:48
are like, yo, that, yeah, he's go oh no, no.
39:50
Yeah, he's a go, no go like, yo, you go to the, go to, it's the
39:53
greatest of all time.
39:55
Like you can't give multiple goats out of all time.
39:59
I can't.
40:00
That's like, and then people were just like the way that they
40:04
compliment themselves is like, yo, you're doing the king
40:07
you're the wonk and it's like, bro, like maybe, maybe it's
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because of my upbringing and I got, you know, was told you ain't
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shit multiple times.
40:16
You hate when I say I'm like, when I see encouragement, I hate
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it, I just don't believe in toxic encouragement.
40:28
You know what I'm saying?
40:29
Like some people you shouldn't be encouraging.
40:31
Yeah, like, yeah.
40:31
Instead of being a goat, like just be like you, you a GFN like
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you now you, you know what I saying?
40:39
Keep killing it.
40:40
How do you have fun?
40:41
You know, shit, bro.
40:42
Just little things, dog like unnecessary noise.
40:44
Like my son don't have his phone like Nathan that shit down
40:48
noise or like or like we're watching TV and he's eating and
40:51
he's just, I'm like me like I just irritate you or like we're
40:55
driving and we see a bunch of kids riding their bikes on the
40:58
street fucking wheeling and I'm like fucking kids fucking
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or like cars that I used to be in the car scene.
41:05
So I used to have the loud car, the intake, bro.
41:08
I hear that shit now I'm like he goes by me, I'm like fucking
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nothing makes me want to be more of a Republican in a fucking
41:16
loud car.
41:18
What I'm like, do something about these cars, these kids,
41:23
we gotta get the hell out of here like I send them back for some
41:28
reason for some days I just feel like a goddamn Republican
41:32
for everything.
41:32
You know what I mean?
41:33
Check out what's coming up next.
41:35
A little come to you at an interrogation table, you're gonna
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laugh, you're gonna say, oh shit.
41:42
So like what would be your ultimate goal of like after social
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media or, or just not in life?
41:48
I mean, for sure.
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Uh TV.
41:50
Film uh before I just, I would just say you seen, have you seen
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before?
41:56
You're like a one Disney movie you're like, you about to be
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a Disney movie.
42:02
We're gonna see him in Disney films.
42:04
I, I always say it only, you only need one.
42:07
It takes one.
42:08
That's one thing, bro.
42:10
Yeah, one thing to do it and somebody sees you as like, oh you'd
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be good for this, you know, you're gonna do it the way you hustle
42:15
and grind and you just force yourself in you, you gonna get
42:18
in the way.
42:19
So do you feel like social media is like a vehicle to get to the
42:22
goal that you want to get to for, for me?
42:24
Yeah, because I mean, like I said, you, you, you build the following
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you get eyes on you.
42:29
You never know who's watching.
42:30
That's why my, my thing is always if you post something, don't
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delete it because it might have, you might have posted a video
42:37
the day before that got 20 million views and then you post this
42:40
video that only has 50 but there's like four people that saw
42:44
it.
42:44
They're like, yo, this could be great for the show that we're
42:45
doing to some executive or something.
42:48
You know I'm saying?
42:48
Like, you never know.
42:49
There has there been, has there been like a follow that?
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Like you found out for, you're like, oh shit, they told me um
42:56
that just kind of like threw you off like maybe at the end of
42:58
you're like, whoa, probably like athletes and shit like athletes
43:02
of teams that I like, you know, um uh maybe, maybe a few actors
43:08
nobody, nobody like big, big but uh or other social media
43:11
people like, oh he follows me.
43:12
That's dope.
43:12
That's cool.
43:14
Yeah, but you're right.
43:14
I mean that is, that will generate more attention on you and
43:19
will get you to the job that you want.
43:21
I always say I always tell my girl like, bro, I'm surrounded
43:24
I'm always surrounded by the people that are doing what I
43:26
want to do.
43:27
So it's like I got to just figure out how to like, but I always
43:30
say for me it's just, it's the way I look, bro.
43:32
Like I, I have such a unique look that I like, you know what I
43:35
mean?
43:35
Unless it's a comedy like I'm pretty sure I'm not gonna get
43:38
casted as a fucking detective.
43:39
You know, you never know, you never know a funny detective
43:43
but a serious, you know, with a serious crime in his head, you
43:46
know what I mean?
43:47
It might be funny, you know, but you see a little detective
43:51
come to you at an interrogation table, you gonna laugh, you're
43:53
gonna say, oh shit game of, come on.
44:00
I just hear a door open.
44:01
I'm like, who, who's in here?
44:03
And then you see someone pop into the chair.
44:05
But I think that that's dope.
44:09
I mean, I wanna, I, I think we should just give him a round of
44:11
applause for being like, you know what I mean?
44:13
One of the first ones to put out for you.
44:18
Now we're coming into like uh at the end of the show.
44:20
But before we get to the end of the show, man, I like to give to
44:22
the segment that I really love.
44:24
It's my favorite segment.
44:25
I want to see if you know uh we're getting into the silver tooth
44:28
uh kit of the weed.
44:38
Yeah.
44:38
Come on.
44:39
So we're about to see this kid and what we have here we have.
44:44
That's already scary.
44:46
So they're coming up, dude, I'm a dick.
44:48
He runs out, she grabs him and fucks them up.
44:52
This is like, I hope this is the right video because it get it
44:56
get dark real quick.
44:57
Is that a puddle or?
44:59
It's a, it's a puddle of water?
45:02
Yeah.
45:02
Yeah.
45:04
No, wait to do.
45:11
Oh, absolutely not.
45:16
Let me find out those are the deadly boys when they were kids
45:20
who told them to do that.
45:23
You told them to do that.
45:26
That's not OK.
45:28
Look at that, you know that, that had to be planned Oscar as
45:34
a parent.
45:34
You whooping that ass or not?
45:36
No, because I ain't falling.
45:37
I'm athletic.
45:37
I could, they see they, it oh dude, dude, dude, my son's getting
45:50
his ass.
45:50
Me also now that you're here, do we want to put you in the segment
45:55
also?
45:55
That we have uh a nice cool segment.
45:58
It's uh right.
46:15
All right.
46:17
And this is like uh this is pretty much fan questions that they
46:21
want to know about you and stuff.
46:23
This one is for advice.
46:26
So for some advice, open your heart, let see if we can help them
46:29
out, open your, open your heart, your heart.
46:33
I need some advice.
46:34
I used to date this girl for seven years.
46:37
We ended our relationship a year ago because we grew apart
46:40
and didn't love each other anymore.
46:42
We ended things on good terms and remained friends.
46:44
Fast forward to this past holiday season.
46:46
I found my best friend and my ex kissing each other in public
46:51
They didn't see me because I was away.
46:53
I'm not jealous, but I feel betrayed by my best friend.
46:56
There are hundreds of thousands of girls in our city, Miami
46:59
and he chooses my ex.
47:01
I am lost for words and I don't know what to do.
47:03
Should I confront him?
47:04
Should I tell my mutual friends?
47:06
Should I shame him for being a snake.
47:12
I feel like you gotta just let him know like, hey, let me talk
47:14
to you.
47:14
Let's take a walk.
47:17
What's up?
47:18
It's just, it's just weird because there's so much history
47:21
and like, you're just kind of come in between that.
47:24
That makes you think though like that, he always, he always
47:29
on that also.
47:31
She must be bad.
47:33
You know what I'm saying?
47:34
Like give the guy a fucking break.
47:36
She must be bad for him to be like, I'm going to give up.
47:41
But this bitch must be bad.
47:43
I think I like damn.
47:45
What is he like the only good girl in Miami?
47:47
Like because there's some Instagram models that I would be
47:50
like I leave my family for a joke.
47:54
That's a joke.
47:55
That was a joke.
47:56
That was a joke.
47:58
I don't want to make him smile, his smile.
48:00
No, anyways but but I had some friends that had some baddies
48:06
that I was just like I, I would never, but then when they, when
48:10
they leave, they're just like, oh look at you looking cute
48:12
today.
48:13
I'm like, bitch don't play with me.
48:14
I will leave that friendship right now.
48:18
I don't.
48:20
Exactly.
48:21
You know what I'm saying?
48:23
So I don't know, I don't know, I could ever date a friend, a friend
48:26
a unless it was like on Oscar if she is bad.
48:35
But ok, so you're talking about you're talking about if she's
48:39
bad, right?
48:42
I'm not trying to put you logically, you got to think about
48:45
it, right?
48:45
You say she's bad, right?
48:47
Then you smash and then you hate her because she's not funny
48:50
or she's not like she's just like she's just a body.
48:53
So now you smash somebody for no reason.
48:56
Now you lost a friend.
48:58
So now you got, you jerk off and get, no, I don't know.
49:06
Yeah, I don't have a Yeah, exactly.
49:10
So, anyway, guys, this is our episode.
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Um This is our episode.
49:17
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