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Dejiavu Ferguson



Last night I had the opportunity to be amongst so many amazing talented Mother effers!!! Grateful! When someone talks about who they Know, this is my face! Getting bronzed Thank you @tixebyjames for letting me style your piece #TIxE Goddess. Mood. Thank you queen @rachelbalzarini Why you fake look like me? I always wondered why people say that @dianifergie When dancers with good energy come together. My skin glowing or no? Giving you new way. You taught me self love, the goddess within myself and how not to work for the devil. You the smartest and most knowledgeable man I know. I thank god for you. Got caught feeding the brain. @lukemarcusrosen thank you! Yes someone sent me this from an article! So happy to be apart of something beyond me that is a legacy that lives through me. Ancestors paved the way for me to be able to live through this moment. Thank you ancestors Free as the wind. And you can not tame me. Sorry, do not try do not make me feel bad for being free. I am who I am and you can't change that. When @iconicprincemag7481.la_pouch__  is on the mic. Gets me so hyped lmao My Sunday!!!! #museumofsex Mood Tonight! Don't ever get it twisted! This Sunday catch me Voguing Down At the Museum of Sex! Come get your Life! I talk about how beautiful i look with make up off and still put it on. Smh

Dejiavu Ferguson Born and Raised in Harlem New York, At the Age of 5 her parents enrolled her in the Uptown Dance Academy Where she Studied Ballet, Tap, Gymnastics, Modern, Jazz, West African and More. Soon she understood her True Passion for Dance Performing For the off Broadway Musical "Once on this Island" and Dance Instrustion Movie "The Hip Hop shop". This prepared her for Professional Performing Arts High school, Studying at Alvin Wiley School from 2004-2008. Over the Time Dejia Performed for the "Nutcracker", Movies, And Music Videos. 

Now she understands her Purpose for the Arts expanded her Horizons Modeling and Dancing for Rip the Runway, music videos "Asap Ferg Work" "Marcus Canty" "Teyana Taylor" Balmain Fashion Show, and More Underground artist. She is now the Face of Bandier Campaign on 5th avenue and Internationally, Acting in the Get Down Netflix Series and Featured on Vogue Fall 2016 for DKNY, furthering her talents in voguing, women's vogue Champion competition. Dejiavu gives back to the community while Teaching 2 Charter schools and ages 3-16 at the Uptown Dance Academy Where she first Began her Journey.