Actor Lakeith Stanfield is known for his roles in “Sorry To Bother You” and “Atlanta” goes undercover on social media to set the record straight on a couple of crazy claims connected to him. Stanfield created social media accounts for YouTube, Twitter, and Reddit to answer questions and top-searched inquiries.
Going into YouTube, he watches an online episode of him shopping for collectible sneakers and reveals that he isn’t that big of a sneakerhead. There is a celebrity community of rare sneaker collectors and Stanfield isn’t really apart of the club.
In a video for Vanity Fair, Stanfield imparts some wisdom saying, “What people think about you is in their mind, not yours.” Stanfield reflects that there will be people against other people but it shouldn’t negatively impact someone. He goes onto say that you might have cared about someone judging you when you were younger but as you mature it’s less likely to have an impact when you’re older.
Stanfield might be known for acting but he also has experience as a rapper and is currently working on his first album. He goes onto explain that his first album will reveal more about his personal life and give him the chance to open up more than he has in the past.
Stanfield goes on Twitter to explore possible future role suggestions including playing The Joker in the “Batman” movies and one fan thinks he would be better suited for the role of The Riddler which he totally agrees with. Another fan suggests Stanfield should play the role of young Quincy Jones if he was to film a biopic, in which Stanfield agrees it would be an honor to have a chance to play the role of the iconic musician.
Some fans were also shocked to find Stanfield playing feature roles including Snoop Dogg in “Straight Outta Compton” and Stanfield got the chance to meet Snoop Dogg at the premiere. Snoop Dogg told Stanfield, “Good job nephew,” in regards to playing him in the movie.