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BlackMen Digital Interview: Kinyet

Thursday 17th, March 2011

BM:  Why do you think you should be a BlackMen Magazine Model?

K: BlackMen is THE premiere magazine in the urban community. I’m a young, fun-loving, energetic person. It would be a great opportunity if I could project that through the pages of BM Magazine.



BM: Did you market yourself to fans on

K: Yes, I did.



BM: Were you always this amazingly curvy?

K: This is a funny question.  I remember in my younger years being a rail, but once I hit middle school, my body started to fill out. It was something that embarrassed me for a while, but as I got older, I started to embrace it. Now, I’m proud of my curves.



BM: What disadvantages do you feel you have as an urban model?

K: I think the disadvantages are just that being an urban model as opposed to just being a model.



BM: Do you think that having size 40 or more hips inhibits most models?

K: Yes, I do, very much. That is why I think having a magazine such as BlackMen Magazine that can showcase the beauty of curvy women is great.



BM:  Where do you train if you are acting?

K: I do private sessions with and acting coach by the name of Esther April. She’s wonderful.



BM: Do you have a commercial head shot?

K: I do, but not an up-to-date one.



BM: Do you understand that without these things on your resume that your career if any, might be short?

K: However short it may be, I plan to enjoy and make the best of it.



BM: Favorite drink?

K: Water, I’m a heath nut; I do not drink alcohol or soda.



BM:  Favorite food?

K: Sushi is one of my favorite foods.



BM: Mood Music?

K: R&B/Soft listening.



BM: Favorite vacation spot?

K: Costa Rica. The rainforest is beautiful.



BM:  Favorite place to be kissed?

K: The back of my neck.



BM:  Favorite body part on your man?

K: I love a man with nice abs.



BM: Favorite place to kiss him?

K: Softly on the lips.



BM:  How often do you measure yourself?

K: Not often because if the numbers up, I get upset.



BM: Are you proud of your curves?

K: Yes, I am proud of my curves. I wasn’t always, but I’ve learned to embrace them.



BM:  What curvaceous celebrity do you identify with as a role model for success?

K: Marilyn Monroe. What people don’t know is that Marilyn Monroe was a size 10 and a bombshell. I love her.



BM: Have you invested money into your career?

K: I invest in myself and my career regularly.  It costs to be beautiful.



BM: Do you or would you work a 9 to 5 until your career took off?

K: I certainly would work a 9 to 5 if I needed to.  Working is a fact of life.



BM: If you had an agent, would you refer all assignments to them as in your agreement, or do you feel you should take some work without informing them?

K: I consider myself a woman of my word; therefore, I would never compromise my integrity by breaking my agreements.



BM: How do you feel about magazines like Elle and Vogue, do you think they should feature more curvaceous women?

K: I happen to read Elle and Vogue magazines regularly. I enjoy both very much, however, it would be refreshing to see them mix it up and add curvy women to what they already feature. I think that would be fun.



BM: How do you plan to change the game?

K: I want to change the game by making great effort to transition from urban to mainstream by, hopefully, bringing curvaceous models to the forefront of the modeling industry.