I’esha GaptoothDiva is a fiery, sassy, curvaceous host and personality dedicated to celebrating the unique and motivational all across the world. On a quest to promote self-acceptance and raw drive, she interviews with the most ambitious and create guest and entrepreneurs in the country. I’esha provides what many refer to as the “Baddest Creative Motivation” due to her candid and spontaneous questions and responses to the diverse array of guest on the show. I’esha GaptoothDiva also contributes hard-hitting and opinionated reviews on serious life issues affecting people today, adding into account her own past personal struggles. She aims to allow her audience an opportunity to understand her perspective by never holding back on her feelings, most of the time being defined as controversial and liberal.
Online Media Personality
Freelance Writer/New Media Journalist
Internet Radio Host/Personality
Social Media Marketer/Brand Manager
Owner, Curator, and Designer of DashA’veri Vintage & Thrifted Redesigns
Host of Internet Radio Show/Podcast “GaptoothDiva Radio” 2009-2012
Host and Co-Founder of Revelationz at Sunset 2009 – 2011
Host of Pevolution: Ladies Showcase (RVA) – 2011
Featured on www.Almost30Something.com, July 2011
Featured on the Vincent Ellis White Show in June 2011 -
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Featured in RVAMag.com’s March 2013 The Women Of RVA Hip Hop/Urban Culture Series (Part 4)
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Why do you call yourself “GaptoothDiva”?
I call myself I’esha GaptoothDiva because I feel far too many people build their images on personality traits that they don’t maintain all of the time, portraying an image that is only part of themselves. I own the fact that I have a gap between my teeth and that I’m still fabulous and chic. Therefore, I call it as I see it; I’m a Diva with a gap. It is what it is.
What is you goal with GaptoothDiva.com?
My goal with the radio show and the website is to promote the qualities that mainstream media tend to ignore, such as raw talent, unique attributes not related to sex or wealth, and the ability to pursue your ambitions without fear of judgment or ridicule from the masses. I want people to remember my movement as being “pro-individuality” and against the typical standard of beauty, entertainment, business and art.
Do you only interview and work with individuals and business in Richmond, Virginia?
Absolutely not! I work with anyone from anywhere, who is serious about his or her craft and willing to work in conjunction with the policy that everything has to be honest and legitimate. There are people all over the country who inquire about participating with my radio show and website. Those inquiries that come to me are evaluated on a first come – first served basis, regardless of geographical location. Richmond is full of talent and drive, my goal is to highlight that to my audience because this is where I reside and where it all started for me.
Are there any limitations to individuals you will not work with?
GaptoothDiva has the right to work with those individuals chosen at a discretionary criterion, however the company has the right to accept or deny inquiries as managers see fit. I personally, choose not to work with anyone who does not take their project(s) seriously or who attempts to utilize our avenue of media to promote negative or hateful remarks toward any race, gender, religious background, or sexual preference. GaptoothDiva is considered an equal opportunity new media group.
What are the current opportunities you are willing to accept?
I am currently interested in hosting, event promotion/planning, acting, guest appearances/guest submissions, social media/brand management consulting and modeling opportunities.
What is the motto you live by?
“Dream as if you’ll live forever, Live as if you’ll die today” – James Dean
& “There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.” – Maya Angelou