He’s had this hopeless feeling before, and is no stranger to adversity. Because he is a real nigga, he does not fear what the results of said adversity may be.
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Kembe is paranoid about the state of the world, and is willing to give his sanity to save it from it’s impending doom. He feels he’s the only person with this mindset.
Kembe is aware that the worth of the dollar is slowly deteriorating, so he’s trying to get bags of them while they still have some meaning.
Kembe is a Leo (or real nigga) and was raised on Lion King, so he naturally grew up believing that he would be a king.. which he is now.
Kembe is trying to mature and stay focused on his goals although he is more stressed than he’s ever been, and is addicted to prescription medication.
He attempts to explain to his mother that even though she may not see it, he’s working to perfect his craft. But she continues to insist that he needs school to succeed.
He’s able to distinguish right from wrong without favoring opinions. He knows that parents should be guiding their children, especially in emotionally stressful situations.
Her mother scolded and neglected her through her situation instead of helping her.
Her mom wants the best for her, and does a lot to help, but she just wants her mom to listen.
A young girl, around his age that he has affection and appreciation for, who shows signs of vulnerability.