Freda’s attitude and androgyny made her the perfect character for Bre-Z to play.It also gave Bre-Z, who is gay, the chance to portray a character that is often not seen in the media.“I come from a family of barbers,” she says on the phone from Chicago.Her dad owns a hair salon called Nappy by Nature in East Germantown, and her uncle and grandfather own local barbershops, too. We’ve been, we’re going water skiing, handicapped water skiing this weekend. Show More Go with Maggie, either we have been, took her snow skiing. We’ve been, we’re going water skiing, handicapped water skiing this weekend.
Bre-Z, now 28, left the Greater Philadelphia area in 2008 for Atlanta, where she became a barber and built a roster of celebrity clients.
Freda is a brash, butch battle rapper from Brooklyn’s dangerous Brownsville neighborhood, the daughter of the rose-delivering OG Frank Gatz, played by Chris Rock.
With the cockiness of the offspring of an infamous gangster, Freda’s no BS attitude reflects her confidence in her music and her status on the streets.
Bre-Z went from clipping the heads of famous folks like Ludacris and Akon to LA to pursue a career in music.
It was there that a friend suggested she audition for , despite her lack of acting experience.