CHRONICLES OF A KING: Part 1

I think everyone knows who this kid is. He goes by the name Poppa Purp. He hosts great parties at Moomia, and other venues. And, he is also a very dope photographer. I had the opportunity to photograph him today at my studio in Brooklyn. Of course, one of the things I love doing is telling other people’s stories. No matter how grotesque, real, or extreme the story is — it has to be told. I remember growing up in East New York, and being exposed to a lot. Most of those things, I shouldn’t have been exposed to at a young age, but it’s not a perfect world. Since, this city is developing we often forget how dangerous some parts are and how protection is needed. One thing I learned in Guyana is as easy as it is to judge, we all have to have a clear understanding that people weren’t raised in the same environments that we were raised in. Everyone is different. There really isn’t any room to judge.

Check out Purp’s Blog

“Judgements prevent us from seeing the good that lies beyond appearances.”

1 comment

  1. Good work Tejas. Impactful!

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