Most of the responses were simple but to the point. Before you can do anything in life you must love yourself first. You can try to do a million and one things in life but if you don’t truly believe in you, then it will never stick.
Stevie hit the question right on the nail. We absolutely need our young black men to feel as though they are wanted by their fathers. We need them to spend that quality time that every child needs. Mothers can do a lot but they can’t fill the void of a father. For example a young boy that has only been raised by his mother doesn’t understand certain things his other has been telling him about manhood. It could be that he looking at her like how could you possibly know. Which is normal because girls do it to when their dad tells them something about womanhood.
Social peer pressure is easy to fall in when you are looking to fill a void. When someone feels as though they need comfort not physically but emotionally they can find themselves in the wrong places.
In conclusions father and mothers please be present in your child’s life in order to lessen the number of social peer pressure that is dragging our young black people to the dark side.
Kendrick Lamar’s new single ‘I’ is off his upcoming album, Prince Paul’s Boutique 2000according to reports. Kendrick hasn’t came out with any new music since 2013 when ‘B***h Don’t Kill My Vibe’ came out. His album is one of the most highly anticipated album of this year. Can’t wait!
The song is very positive. I absolutely love the concept and the message he is trying to get across. OnPointCeleb!
Lyrics from the track include:
And I love myself!
The world is a ghetto with guns and picket signs.
I love myself!
But it can do what it want whenever it wants and I don’t mind.
I love myself!
He said I gotta get up, life is more than suicide.