In the beginning, I wasn't relaxed on Twitter – I guess that came with maturity. I thought all of my opinions on music, TV shows, and even just Tweeting about the VMAs were right. I'm a little bit more reserved now, and I actually listen to people and what they’ve got to say.
During my sophomore year of high school, I [made] Hood Vogue my screen name, and though I’ve considered changing it, but it's my brand now, so it’s hard. I Tweeted about changing it [recently] and people was like, “No Keyon, don't do it!” and now I'm too scared to change it.
Recently, I created my TikTok, and I talk about what I Tweet about. People will be in my comments, like, “Oh my god you stole that from Twitter”, but I'm the one that Tweeted it! That's when I really knew my Twitter platform is actually kind of something.