Last Monday Daily News Court journalist Noah Goldberg did his best to ask Jay-Zin questions.
Rap Megastar testified in an attempt to counter the perfume company, which claims to have broken its promise to promote the product. At one point during his testimony, Goldberg later wrote that Jay-Z became a “wrestler,” calling the company’s work “lazy” and “crazy.” Two nights ago, thanks to Dave Chapele and Barack Obama, they walked into the Rock and Roll of Fam with all smiles. Surrounded by half a dozen security officers and marching out of the New York City Supreme Court, 99 people seem to be in trouble.
That’s when Goldberg chose to throw the question to Gigaman.
“What could be more exciting, the Rock and Roll House of Fam induction or this?” Goldberg said, ignoring the “no comments” that affected the protesters.
For his glory, Jay-Z walked in turn jokingly. On the way out, he gave Goldberg an unmistakable point of view and said, “Pretty,” before releasing the forbidden version of the comic strip.
Goldberg politely asked, “Separation?” He looked better than his partner. Jay-Z quietly increases the distance from the reporter’s block, but both were furious with 11-year-old Jazlin Gurara, who released her interview with the attacker two days later on social media.
“What advice would you give to all children who dream of being as successful as you are?” She asked Jay-Z for Jazi World TV, the popular Q&A TikTok and Instagram pages, which have a hairy stringer with 111,000 and 50,000 users.
“Believe in yourself before anyone else believes in you,” Jay-Z replied, amused by Gera and her microphone. He added: “You have to be as confident as you are and believe only in yourself.
The clip went viral, and Gira’s follower raised it high, saying, “She feels great,” and “very well.”
Talking to uber-famous folk at this time is an old hat for the young Gurage. Growing up – as a recent subject – in Brooklyn, she interviewed Queens-bred rapper Nas, once an enemy of Jay-Z’s oath. In early October, she gave two TikToks for a discussion with New York Yankees legend Derek Jetter. The list of celebrities featured on Jazi World TV is 50 Cent, NFL MVP Lamar Jackson, NBA MVP and world champion Gianis Antetocounpo, New York Giants Saku Barclay, Academy Award-winning actor Denzel Washington and perhaps the most famous member of Congress.
“I love being in front of the cameras and I always like to learn a lot about people, like collecting information and asking people questions and I was very excited,” says Gera. “That’s how we started.”
Jazi World TV started less than two years ago, and the other half of the “us” she mentioned was her stepfather, Louis “Nino” Dehoios. Dehoios, a clinical therapist with experience in music, works as Gera’s manager.
“This feature and this is a natural fit,” DeHoyos says. “Most 11-year-olds don’t have that and I’ve seen it in her since she was a child.”
Guerra teaches Guerra how to approach her interviews, works with her on her words, speeches and expressions and helps her record her interview questions. The results are sometimes very good, with a full-fledged field reporter providing the best possible body language. (For example, while filming Jay-Z’s interview, she appears a little out of the camera and casts her free arm “New York City” to acknowledge the setting around her.)
DeHoyos is also the editor of Jazi World TV, videos, graphics and clips in other settings such as music videos or highlight reels. He called Guara “brave” because she was not afraid to do her interviews in front of the camera. “It does not cool down,” he says.
Considering Oprah Winfrey’s main source of inspiration, Gera said on stage, “She wanted to ask questions that no adult can ask.” She did not receive any formal training, and instead learned the trade under the guidance of her stepfather. Guara says she takes her camera and walks with her gut and tries to be as professional as possible. She is a sweet sixth grader, and she is deeply grateful to her students for asking her how she is doing and for giving her time. According to Jay-Z, she also reflects the self-confidence she follows in following the characters on the Dini Channel Sitcom. Raven’s houseAnd one of her brothers, David, sometimes interviews Jazi World TV.
He is an aspiring actor and, according to DeHoyos, once recorded six consecutive works for the PBS cartoon (the role was redistributed before it finally aired). But there are only so many hours a day, so she is now stopping acting to focus on her homework and street reports.
Her favorite interviews so far are Jay-Z (“Because it inspired me to work hard. [and] He’s from a neighborhood like mine and it’s amazing how successful he is. ”), Okasio-Cortez [and] She knelt down with me to talk to me and I felt very important at that time ”and Lamar Jackson (“ Because he is my favorite athlete and he played with my brothers ”).
“The ultimate goal of the stage is to be the host of my own children’s show,” she says.
“There are a lot of talk that only adults can show. They really do not have children. [and] They don’t have a babysitter, ”she said. “I want to change this and let people know that children also have a voice.”
Eventually, Guerrero says, “if she grows up in a children’s subject,” she plans to talk about “formal subjects,” such as sports, entertainment, and “such things.”
Garyra Demorus was furious at how she managed to record interviews with such celebrities. “This is my secret recipe. All I can tell you is that I’m done and that I’m often there, in the right place, at the right time. ”
DeHoyos confirmed the final statement of courtesy, but indicated that it was related to a number of interviews, and gave a series of speeches to Gera at public events.
“She works hard,” says Dehoios. “People don’t understand how hard you work to get these interviews, how long it takes, where it should be for certain people, how much you work for our journey.
“She likes to do it, so I support her, but more than that,” says Dehoios. “This helps in building a set of skills – public speaking, networking, self-confidence [her] Be successful in whatever field you want to jump on.
Noah Goldberg thought she had a career in journalism. I posted Gira’s interview with Jay-Z on the court reporter on Twitter When he does rounds on the web. His response?
“She’s bigger than me”
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