Capea’donnna

2 Jan

I lived there for 14 years only seeing my biological mother  on weekends.

Finally my mom took me away from these people and I lived with her , she fell short and got hooked on crack and everything fell apart.

I was never introduced to rap ,in fact I never liked rap in the retrospect; I was giggly  and some sort gay in a way.

 I guess I was just young  and school became a means to get love instead of learning, it  was  a place to forget my problems.

One day I was handed the Slim Shady LP and instantly became hooked to his music. He became my parent and mentor as there was no supervision nor boundaries at the time.

This meant  that I had to be responsible as well as hold my feelings and handle shit by myself as my mom was running wild .

 My hatred towards my situation had grown and I had become black inside ,  I was lost and broken.

 It didn’t take much for me to realize that I had issues, I started getting into rap from the age of 14.

I rapped and wrote  and kept cheesy journals where I layed a giggled at bland and vague punch lines. I also received the occasional ( keep your bek .. fucking rapping like a fucking idiot ) from the mother.

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One Response to “Capea’donnna”

  1. David August 31, 2011 at 2:19 pm #

    Feeling this cats music. Wanna see him on stage one day gripping people from the inside out.

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