JASMINE: I haven’t seen anyone like me. I’m not saying that to be cocky…well maybe a tiny bit [laughs].
No need to be coy—be proud of your confidence.But I feel all women should view themselves as “the baddest.”
Before you start a self-help group for all up and coming models, what makes you the baddest?
Just my personality, in general. I love to have fun all the time but I’m also very professional. I’m very focused on my career.
Heard that one before. Have you always had this self-assurance growing up?
It definitely took time for me to blossom into the young confident woman I am today. When I was younger I was very shy and a little insecure. No matter how many people told me I was beautiful it still didn’t help. With time my confidence grew.
Sounds like a premise for an ABC Family dramedy. We speak for the male gender when we say we’re glad you made that growth.
It’s all part of confidence. Most models I see my height are doing high fashion. Myself, on the other hand, has the height of a fashion model but the body of a video vixen so I’m the best of both worlds.
Agreed, but what made you decide to flaunt your Double Ds as a profession?
They’re 36D’s and I love them.
We’ll suspend our Female Body Inspector license for that faux paux, so our apologies.
That tends to happen when your boobs are big. Some days they can pass for Double D’s because they sit up pretty.
But is it safe to say when you sashay down the block the fellas gravitate to your sitting pretties.
Honestly, I can’t think of just of one body part men focus on because every day it’s something different. Men stop me and tell me that I’m beautiful, but when having a
conversation I’ll notice their eyes wander down to my boobs…
Speaking of showing timidness, let’s give kudos to you doing a good job on your first photo shoot for a nationally published magazine.
I was excited, then my excitement turned into nerves. Whenever something is important to me I can’t help but to feel a little nervous I had a great time on set though