LJ: Before the pandemic, I was a full time actor and rapper.
It was pretty difficult to find anyone to take on new clients, and I had little faith that I would be able to afford any lawyer.
AFRO: When did you begin serving as an essential worker and if it was after the pandemic, what particularly inspired you to begin working in that field?
AFRO: What are some of the concerns you have (if any) about your work in the arts or current employment with the state of the pandemic?
Imagine TV with no new shows or films, no new music videos or concerts, no after-school arts programs.