It's no secret that So Easy has had one heck of a year. From having only 565 followers to now having over 15,000, becoming an Instagram influencer and even receiving respect from very well known people like @Millionaire_Mentor, some members of the comedy sketch group RDC World, Keith Murray, rapper Grafh, the female lead role of Lil Wayne's "How To Love" @IamJessenia and most recently, Detroit's biggest new comedian, Haha Davis.
*Words from So Easy
"I had been emailing him recently in the weeks before I met him in hopes of connecting with him in some way. Then I found out he had a show in Michigan so you just know I had to be there. In all honesty, I really had no clue what I'd say to him or any clue of what that night held. I was just hoping to make some type of, at least somewhat, significant breakthrough compared to the emails I sent with no response in the recent weeks. So I got in the event that night and immediately went over to speak to Haha Davis's manager. Then had a good time LMAO at all the comics at the show. From that point they invited everyone to an after event at Exodus downtown Detroit.
This is where things got pretty cool. I ended up meeting his whole crew and kicking it with almost all of them 1 by 1, including Haha Davis. I even ended up getting followed on Instagram by Comical Tee and Comedian Barry. I thought that was pretty cool because I've been wanting to connect with some people from my home that I believe are of quality. With the entertainment industry being so saturated it's really hard to find people that are actually good at what they do though, shaking my head. I'm glad I got to connect with them. But I really don't know where it will go from here. I hope somewhere nice because I'd love to be another positive face in Detroit sticking together because it is well known that Detroiters tend NOT to do that. And I'm not one to connect with just anyone because I truly believe in quality over quantity and I believe the No Self Doubt Crew are all quality. So I was pretty excited when the leader of their crew gave me a shout out that night.
Guy was like "First time eating with So Easy, this finna be a breeze" (So Easy laughed out loud while saying this). In my head I was like ohhhhh that was dope. I was even lucky enough to get it on film. That happened as I was actually leaving that night so you can trust I left happy. And even though that was dope I'm really hoping to take that start and make it something bigger. Who knows, maybe I'll be a music performance at one of their comedy events in the future. Either way, I came to make connections that night and did better than I expected so I'm proud of myself. At the very least, I know more people see So Easy
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