And then she got very proficient at it. Before we knew it, other people were asking her to book them, and it just became a thing. So, we had to form an entity to respond to the demand.
So you “volun-told” her to be your manager?
Akintunde: Well, I would say, “volun-coerced.”
Eunissa: Yeah, like, “If you want to eat, you’d better do this.”
Akintunde: I had the knowledge, but I knew I couldn't do it myself. We had days where she was on the phone and I would be right beside her saying, “Say this…no, not that.” I’m sliding her notes on paper—
Eunissa: Holding up signs—
Akintunde: I mean, it’s some really funny stuff.
You were touring and appearing on television. Why did you leave all of that?
Eunissa: He found Jesus Christ and committed his life to Christianity. And so, you know, his set at the time was, uh, R-rated. A solid R.
Akintunde: Everybody doesn't have to do this, but I personally had to leave the club system totally because of the material that I was doing at the time.