Check out our exclusive interview below!
Q: What brings you out to the VMA's today?
I got invited because I'm one of the "Guy Code" dudes on MTV2 and we're part of the family, so they invited me over to go talk some crap.
Q: So tell me how did you get on to the show? What was the process?
I do standup comedy, so I guess they saw me on a show one night and were like, 'This dude was terrible, let's give him some money, put him on TV,' and that's a wrap. Viacom's been nice to me, I live in a homeless shelter at the moment, at the moment. I'll be fine. I think. But this is not my jacket.
Q: So what's been the highlight of being on "Guy Code"?
Just talking about everything. I can talk. There's no written anything... it's just me, yapping, that' all it is and that's cool.
Q: Tell me a little bit about where you grew up?
Oh I'm from D.C.! My mom and dad, born and raised there. I moved here in 2008 to Brooklyn and I've been there ever since.
Q: What's the key to being a successful standup comedian?
Well starting out, write, write a lot. And then... I guess after that, try to get to know what your voice is. Don't rush anything, but it'll come to you. You know what I mean, all the topics you want to talk about.
Q: How has "Guy Code" helped your career?
It's been opening up doors to a lot of other TV shows and stuff. More notoriety really. I've got a little more clout.
Q: Are you writing for another show?
No! Actually I've been working on a pilot for Comedy Central at the moment and I'm the executive producer of it, one of them. And that's kind of cool, I've never had that much power before.
Q: When can we expect it?
Hopefully they pick it up and air the special by this fall, maybe this winter. Fingers crossed.