In attempts to be positive, Kembe is working with everything he has; A dollar, a dream, and a One Day CTA Bus Pass.
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He’s going to obtain money by any means necessary, and doesn’t comprehend boundaries.
He’s sacrificing being important to his peers to fend for his family and close friends in hard times.
The depression that spreads like the plague when someone has passed hurts the rapper even more, because all he needs is a smile to ease the pain.
He’s seen enough random acts of violence to convince him to buy a gun, although he knows it can help make him part of the problem.
Each member of The Village is going through their own personal turmoil, which Kembe is taking as a bad omen and having nightmares about.
Signifying the paranoia that followed soon after his cousin passed away, that his time may be coming sooner than he thinks.
He’s not worried about what God or Satan is doing, he feels whatever happens is based on what he chooses to do.
Kembe’s situation is much different than most people think, so much so that they’re left speechless when he reveals what’s going on in his life.
Young middle class citizens are well known for spending money frivolously. Kembe is suggesting that maybe they don’t deserve homes for their lack of good judgement… dumb niggas.