@djmosprecious- Featured Artist of the Week #17: @kingdseals #FAOTW
After a long fight of being a black men in a society that is designed to belittle and bully the black community, Darren "King D" Seals stood proud and strong for what he believed in. No man is wrong for their views or opinions. Especially if these views and opinions have a strong factual standings. He only spoke about situations that have a strong fact to support it. I am so numb about the death of my middle and high school graduating class mate. I refuse to shining lights on the negative that the media chose to show. The systematic approach of painting the picture of a black men mistakes or life decisions to survive seems to be the mean focus. Instead of all the good he tried to do for people. He was a revolutionary, activist, a proud man filled with knowledge. All the memories of us interacting were pleasant and will remain. If I had to chance I would hit him up like I normally do. I formed a bond with DOA, Ron Gee, Tank The Machine and King D that will not be forgotten.
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Letter to Darren
The world around us, eyes are opening up more because of all the facts you placed in the Universe, Darren. You have the entire world shocked and demanding answers for what happened. You stood for equality amongst the black community, which will help the generations to come. Your actions became a story for us to tell. I am lost for words right now but as I try to continue typing all my thoughts and showing you a great appreciation, I write this in hopes that justice will be served. Us as black people are waking up and are speaking out, including me. I have been speaking at women conference's to empower women. As I looked up to the clouds and envision you smile, Darren i make the promise to fight even harder for whats right and protect the youth. I will forever miss you and all the positive additions you brought my way.
To Be continued!!!!
MORE TO COME!