After a misunderstanding I decided to jokingly get a shirt made stating, “I’m A Public Figure.” Little did I know what started off as a joke, became a sensation throughout the city of Jackson, MS. From this mishap grew a brand that would later help mold and influence positivity across the United States & abroad. As a kid, I was never the most popular nor most fashionable. Quite frankly, I was very insecure with my appearance. Overtime, I accepted my flaws and gained the confidence I have today. It’s not a cocky confidence; it’s the development of love and appreciation for self. Through Public Figure, I want to give self-identity to people of all ages and let them know that it is okay to be yourself regardless of what others may say.