Me and the Wubz matching… WE LOVE OREOS! Swerve.
THANK YOU ALFREDO was trending today. Coincidentally, I received a scrapbook today entitled “Thank You Alfredo.” Crazy. It’s about 3am and I am in the bunk of the bus. I think we are already in Washington, D.C. because the bus is not moving. Furthermore, I just turned on the AC because it is hot. Anyway, I read through the entire scrapbook tonight. I don’t know what else to say but Thank You. Everyday people fight for their dreams or to work doing something they’ve always wanted to do and it happened for me. For some reason, God chose me. I moved to LA and made my dreams come true and now I sit in a bunk in the middle of tour reading letters from people all around the world who tell me that I have changed their lives, that I saved them from killing themselves, that I made them change their college majors so they can come walk in my footsteps. It is all so surreal. I don’t really know how to take it. Why did God put me in this position. I never thought I would be here. I truly appreciate every single one of you. I can’t believe I make an impact on your life but that means so much to me and I am so thankful that I am able to do that. Truly. I am in awe right now and the words aren’t coming out as easily as I would have hoped. Just know that I truly appreciate all of you and I will continue to do the best that I can to prove to you that anything is possible.
Friendship is the hardest thing in the world to explain. It’s not something you learn in school. But if you haven’t learned the meaning of friendship, you really haven’t learned anything.
you ain’t never toldddd no lieeeee
He’s not that tall.
Hitting the gym lately?
Umm… I guess.
Awful tan job.
#MovesLikeFredo #Frequincy SLOWW DOWWWNNNN!
Clyde Clarkson - Slow Down.
Life is such a beautiful thing and the way you choose to live your life speaks volumes about your character. A few weeks ago I went to Africa where I was able to see things I thought I’d only see on TV. I was able to experience a culture I knew very little about and meet people who changed the way I view my own life. Quincy and I went through villages where we saw the happiest kids ever. What were they doing? Playing with tires, wire and a make-shift ball. Simple things. Nothing special but they were happy. We walked through and said hello.
Tried to play with them but they were all a little scared. I can just imagine; two strange dudes walking up to me in my home. I would be scared too. We managed to get a fun game of jump rope in with a few girls. It was fun. They were laughing.
The currency in Botswana is called Pular so I had about $300 that I converted when we arrived. When I tell you that 300 covered my entire weeks stay, I kid you not. Crazy.
We took a small plane from Gaborone to Manu. A smaller village where Safari’s are very popular. Here we stayed in huts; no wifi, minimal electricity, no cell reception, no soap or clean towels, mosquito Nets over the beds! It was in the cut.
We stayed here for two nights. Two nights I won’t ever forget. Such a humbling experience. Then we hit the safari! POW POW! Lion King swagg in full effect. The drive to the safari was MAD COLD! We had to bundle up! Blankets and alll dat!
I’m not going to talk too much about the safari because below all this you will find our safari video! But checkout the sunset!
Doing something like this truly shows us how blessed we are. Our showers, computers, cell phones, lifestyles — everything we are so accustomed to — is such a luxury many people do not have. Most kids in the village ran around with no shoes, dirty water to bathe in, rashions for food. Such an experience. Such an adventure. Sharing it with my best friend was the best of it all.
SAFARI VIDEO BELOW!! CLICK THE LINK!
I tweeted that we weren’t going to the VMA’s and you all replied back like “i know you’re lieing” “you’re trying to suprise us” “yeah right” blah blah blahhh and I’m just sitting back like…
but you just had hope…
but I had the last laugh!! MUAHAHAHA