Most people remember Chris “Drama” Pfaff as the cousin who Rob Dyrdrek and Christopher “Big Black” Boykin played jokes on, dressed up and all-around criticized during the duo’s hit MTV show “Rob & Big.” Over the seasons, Dyrdrek tried to help shape the absent-minded, no-direction teen into a knowledgeable businessman, and somehow, it worked.
More recently, Pfaff has been making a name for himself within the urban clothing realm thanks to his brand, Young & Reckless. Pfaff is not only the founder and CEO of the clothing line, but he’s also moved on to accessories, shoes and hats to continue to grow his empire – a true Jay-Z in the making. The young entrepreneur spoke with the Huffington Post about his path to success. Pfaff credits Dyrdrek with helping him go in the right direction.
“All in all, I would say the most meaningful thing is simply work ethic,” Pfaff told the news outlet. “That’s something that I originally learned from Rob and I kind of saw from the people that he’s around. Learning that you truly have to dedicate your life to whatever your passion or dream is – that’s what it takes.”
Fans of the brand can visit Jimmy Jazz locations or JimmyJazz.com to support Pfaff and pick up some fresh Young & Reckless gear.
Are you a fan of Young & Reckless? Did you know Pfaff ran the company?