"It finally hit me that I wanted out, so I returned to God and picked Christian rap back up again. I look back now on the rejection I faced in school, and I can say it was worth it because now God is using me to help other young people who are facing rejection from their peers.
“I perform in parks, churches, and for different events around the city. Before a performance, I prepare by praying and asking God to cover me and be there with me. I don’t just do music; I talk to the audience and let them know why I do what I do. I don’t just rap to them; I minister to them. I let them know they don’t need anybody else’s approval. A famous Christian artist, Lecrae, said something once that stuck with me. He said: ‘If you live for people’s approval, you’ll die from their rejection.’ You don’t have to find your worth in people, because people will let you down. You don’t have to find your worth in things, because things will fail you. But God will never fail you. For the last three years, I've been trying to give people hope. What I do is not about money. That’s not my motivation. I’d rather see lives changed like mine was changed. This city needs more love. It’s been divided by opinions and race and status. It’s heartbreaking. I’m trying to do my part to help people see that there can be a better life.”
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