“My personal life outside of work, I play some basketball, spend time with my family, my nieces and nephews. I don’t have any kids of my own, so I look at my nieces and nephews as if they’re mine. I go on a couple dates here and there, go out to eat, I mainly hang out at ballpark village."

“Family means a lot man, I grew up in a single parent home. In the African American community that is very common, father’s not there, you grew up with mom, she raised you. So when you get to a certain age, when you’re 13, 14, or 15, you have to learn how to become a man on your own, your mom can’t teach you that. It was rough at times, and my father was on drugs, it was an abusive relationship…I haven’t seen my father in about twelve years."

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