“I miss my job. I miss my work…”
It’s been really tough. I’ve been an entertainer all my life. So for me it’s been really hard because I’m an energetic kind of guy that loves working with people that are celebrating. I put my heart in my work. I love what I do. I mean, I started when I was nine years old as a dancer.
For me personally, it’s very difficult, but you get through it, you do side hustles, you do different things that keep you busy. Right now I work in a department store. I need to keep myself busy and energized and keep it going and have a have a positive outlook.
I miss my job. I miss my work. I can’t wait to be back on the dance floor, all the kids out there, all the event planners that I worked with I can’t wait to work with you guys again. A shout out to all the DJ companies, I feel your pain.
I think it’s going to be such a huge boom when things start to get back to normal, huge because people want to celebrate with each other, people want to be together. They want to hang out. They want to be a part of something. I think we’re going to be working nonstop.