Kaaya: Let's see, I think BK is the main one.
Kaaya: Los Angeles, California.
If a Lions fan were to come to your hometown, the first place you would take them would be ...?
Kaaya: LA's so big. I'd probably take them to Roscoe's Chicken and Waffles. That's the cliche LA spot you've got to take everyone to.
Kaaya: My college major was communications, PR.
Favorite movie or TV show?
Kaaya: I have a lot of favorite movies. I'd say Django for favorite movie and TV series would have to be Walking Dead. I'm really into zombies and stuff.
Kaaya: I've got such a wide variety of favorites. Whatever's available is my favorite food.
What would your entrance music be?
Kaaya: Magnolia by Playboi Carti.
Do you have any hidden talents?
Kaaya: I used to be very good at playing the piano. And I'm very good at every video game known to man.
If you weren't playing football, what would you be doing?
Kaaya: If I wasn't playing football, I'd either be interning at a scouting office or being a GA as a coach somewhere.
One person you'd like to meet?
Kaaya: I can't say NFL quarterbacks because I am one now, so it's kind of weird. I can't say Matthew Stafford because he's my teammate. This is a tough one. I'd probably have to go with John Lennon.
Favorite athlete of all time?
Kaaya: Warren Moon.
Best player in the NFL at your position?
Kaaya: Matthew Stafford. I've seen him every day. I see how he works. I see what goes on behind the scenes. He makes it happen, even when things suggest that he shouldn't.
Favorite thing about Detroit so far?
Kaaya: The plethora of Greek food and Mediterranean food everywhere is what I've really enjoyed so far. There's more to discover, of course, but that's a benefit right now.
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