After the Teyana Taylor party, I couldn’t stop thinking about the success of Roach TV. People were asking me about it left and right, and I felt a newfound sense of pride knowing that I had created something that people were excited about. The camera on a stick had become my trademark, and I loved the attention it brought me. But at the same time, I couldn’t ignore the pull towards my other passions. Bud and Roach Show had been my baby for years, but it had yet to fully transfer into the video market. I knew that if I wanted to make it big, people needed to see me. I couldn’t continue hiding myself and expect to see any significant success. I spent hours thinking about my future, weighing the pros and cons of each path. I thought “I’m attractive and talented. I should be seen, not just heard.” And thus began the tug of war within myself as to which direction I wanted to take my future. It wasn’t until I sat down with Brenna and talked through my options that I finally came to a decision. I realized that I didn’t have to choose between the two. I could use Roach TV as a platform to promote the Bud and Roach Show, and vice versa. It was the perfect solution, and I couldn’t believe I hadn’t thought of it sooner. But tensions with the Bud and Roach group were increasing, and the presence of my ego was becoming apparent in the way I was moving.

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