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25-year-old Santa Monican Launches “Prophetboy” with Locally Made Merchandise, Music, and Soon, a New Book called “Quarantine Dreams” –

September 18, 2020 8:00 AM

by Erin Taylor

We recently interviewed a variety of Black-owned Business Owners in Santa Monica to hear their unique story and perspectives. This is Part 11 in a series. Read on to hear about business owners throughout our City.  If you are a Santa Monica business, and you’d like to add your story, email

Business Name:  Prophetboy 

Business Owner:  ??Elijah KirklandCuffee 

Brief History:  In my early twenties, my Mom kept asking me what I was hoping to contribute with my life.  I gave a lot of thought to what mattered to me outside of basketball. She gave me the extra support I needed to make my dreams a business and over time I have grown to take the business more seriously,” says Elijah.   

Why did you decide to open a business here in Santa Monica??? 

My Mom raised me in Santa Monica and it felt so safe and securethat I never felt like I needed to get out of Santa Monica to start something. I know this City so well, that It felt like I could make a difference here, and make it better. 

What types of products and services do you offer?   

The Prophetboy brand has multiple layers – merchandise, music, and messaging, where I even wrote a book over quarantine. 

Everything can be found at 

The Merchandise includes Prophetboy Brand T-shirts, Hats, Cell Phone cases and Jewelry. I have always liked unique

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