“I was walking and just minding my black-ass business,” burst Kid Fury in a familiar cadence that you can’t believe isn’t coming from your computer screen.
It was late, but Fury was far from sleepy. He was talking about the first time he was recognized in public. “Some girl came up to me like, ‘Umm, don’t you do YouTube videos?”
It happened at Brooklyn Museum’s First Saturday dance party in 2010, when Fury, a Miami native, was just barely Kid Fury. “I was like, yeeeeeeah. She was like, ‘Oh, I’ve seen them, you’re funny!’ I was like, ‘Thank you!’ It was just kinda weird. So I was like, wow, that was cute. Then I went upstairs to the actual party, and it happened four more times. I just was like, maybe all these people are friends. Like, maybe they all just go to the same school and this is just something they do on campus. It didn’t start happening more after that until I did more and more videos.” Read More