Kofi Siriboe is more than the handsome actor from Will Packer-produced Girls Trip and OWN’s “Queen Sugar.” The 27-year-old has been dabbling in the world of technology while integrating his love for 2000s nostalgia — a time of Sidekicks, Usher’s Confessions album and “The Flavor of Love.” What started as the star’s interest in financial literacy transformed into We’re Not Kids Anymore, Siriboe’s new media and lifestyle brand.
“In 2016, I came out to New Orleans to start working on ‘Queen Sugar,’ and that was a big transition for me. I was 21 when I moved out here and looking back, I was mad young,” he admitted to REVOLT. “I’d never made that much money in my life, and it’s been a shift ever since. Girls Tripcame out 2017, and there were a lot of ups and downs in that transition. Mentally and financially, I had to adjust and learn a lot about being independent.”