He walked around school the entire week, showing off in front of everyone, telling them how good he was, trying so hard to be everyone's friend, but we made sure nobody liked him. We were part of a Clan I started called Clan-X. My gang members were: Rene, Grant, Mark, Trent, Tim, Daimien and myself, Cameron. We basically just pushed people around for kicks. Usually people that were half our size and walked around by themselves.
An event that not just changed my life, but as well as my father was his journey to sobriety. As a child, I always noticed something different about my dad. His physical appearance showed a man high with a beer in his hand and slurring his words. I knew Inside that this couldn 't be a person,but a lost soul, a person so bitter about the miserable past in which he couldn 't forget.My father 's life began in the Bronx. Boring into an Irish household where his 2 parents were always on the run, food had always was a question if going to be had, and drugs and alcohol were always in sight.
During his young childhood, Marshall moved back and forth between his mothers home town of St. Joseph, MO and the Detroit area, where he was often beat up by bullies because he was always the new kid. Because of his frequent moving, Marshall didn’t make many friends. His only true companion was his uncle, Ronnie, who was the same age as Marshall. The two, big fans of rap music, which was quickly becoming popular, began rapping together. At age 12, Marshall was forced to grow up quickly when his uncle, who was a very troubled boy, committed suicide.
that didn 't last long between the two of us and we quickly decided this is it ,it 's over 2013 you filed for divorce for the first time. I was happy but he didn 't want me to stay in the house he wanted me to be there all day and take care of the kids and then leave at night but he never stayed home with the kids at night he left them home alone . later found out through DCFS and the therapist that he the lock Lexi in the garage while he hosted sex parties in our home and she would tattle to me . my son had flushed drugs down the toilet for Eric while I was at work trying to get money for a family we have police report of that. Jay and I started dating and he had been taking care of us since.
Even though he got into a lot of trouble, I was scot free, and so was Sise. My parents didn't find out till my senior year when were shooting the word about paintball gun crimes in our area. Chris and I were there and stated that we made the precedent of the Lehighton Paintball Militia. We then explained what and when we did it. Still the troubling question of how Mrs. Everett found out was on all our minds.
When he got arrested he kept denying it like it would somehow change what had already happened. Even the first time he was arrested for shooting someone he immediately started selling drugs as soon as he got out. Both of them lived in the same city and they barely had a relationship with their father’s. The lack of a role model for each of them had a huge impact on their lives. The other Wes Moore had Tony to look up to, but he was just one drug deal short of ending up dead or in a cell.
He recalls the time when he first moved to Union Ave and he was trapped inside his apartment because he hadn’t established himself in the neighborhood. He would sit up in his 3rd floor apartment and jealously looked on, as all the other kids would play in the streets. One day his older brother John had enough and walked outside to face his fate. The rest of his brothers followed and eventually each got beat up as a pass to the streets. None of them showed their fears or their pain, a lesson that they first learned from their mother.
He was constantly staying with his relatives while his mom was jobless or too into her pill habits to take care of him. When Eminem was twelve, his mother finally settled down in Detroit, Michigan. As a teenager, Eminem mainly found himself on streets by his high school, Osburne High, listening to rap music by LL Cool J and Run DMC. At school he would start fighting with other school mates, and he quickly received the reputation of a witty free styled writer ... ... middle of paper ... ...p> “Lyrics.” The Eminem Show. 4 Nov. 2004.
Even though he divorced his mother and remarried, his father forced the two live with his own mother and came by to abuse Lil Wayne’s mother on a consistent basis.This situation went on for three years until Lil Wayne’s mother eventually remarried and relocated to a different part of town. Growing up he did very well in school. He was actually enrolled in his school’s gifted program at a point and received top grades. He got into music at a very young age and wrote his first rap song at the age of eight. Lil Wayne had the drive to be the best and successful at his craft since he first began.
Be it road trips, camping trips, playing pool—he was just always out. If he was ever home at all, I can only recall him either sprawled out on the couch in from of the TV or on the phone with his friends or his girlfriend. When I was younger, it didn’t take me long to see all of this as unfair treatment. For me, it was very difficult to have any freedom with my social life. I had a 9’o clock curfew and could only go out with friends whose parents my parents had to know personally.