A Collection of Cultures: An Interview with Osi // Guest Post (1)

Hey everyone,

Here’s the first part of my interview done by the lovely Sophia. If you want to know me on a deeper level you should defo check it out 🙂

Sophia Ismaa

We’re not voiceless. Pass the mic.”

I don’t know how other POC bloggers feel, but I’ve always felt that there is a shortage of our stories and perspectives… especially given that our stories are many and unique. So, towards the end of 2018, I decided that I would begin sharing the stories of many talented and wonderful diverse bloggers.

Today, we have Osi @ OUKASnation (a nation dedicated to anybody who feels or who has ever felt like an outcast). I’ve been following Osi’s blog for a long time now. Talented doesn’t even begin to describe him – he can rap, make music, and he’s a wonderful poet to boot. Osi covers a lot of topics on his blog from black love (his dating app, Berry, celebrating black love is out now!), his childhood, school years, family, mental health, being a millennial Brit, and gaming. My favourite posts…

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3 Comments Add yours

  1. Sophia Ismaa says:

    Once again, thank you so much for being a wonderful person to interview. I consider part one the foundation of your life and the second part is your now and after. 🌟

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    1. officialosi says:

      I didn’t even think of it like that, I like that!

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      1. Sophia Ismaa says:

        That’s good! If you ever need to talk, I’m here. I’ve been where you are, I know how terrifying it can be.

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