On Creating a Movement With Her Music and Message
- "This music is medicine and I'm trying to get it to my sisters. It's so exciting to me to finally be at a level where I have exposure to my Black sisters, my big sisters, my Black trans sisters. It's not about being poppin'. It's not about being famous or fashion. It's about being better and making sure that this world can hear us and respect us."
- "I'm going to become iconic musically. I don't mean in the way all the kids are using it now for everything like, 'Oh, I took a nap. How iconic.' Even though it's valid; naps are iconic. I mean iconic like an icon. Like when you see the go sign or the stop sign, you know what it means."
- "My movement is for everybody. My movement celebrates diversity. It's all about inclusion. It's all about getting our flowers and giving each person their own space to be an individual and speak up for that individuality."
- "I'm really trying to bridge the gap between all of our movements. Allyship is so much deeper than just being cool with someone's life or cool with someone's existence, it's about reaching out a hand and pulling them up and making sure that y'all are walking side by side. And that's what I'm trying to do."