I shall become a mother, but I wanted to serve my purpose to help others and give my future children a sense of self and determination.
I want my sons to look in the eyes of their dad and see courage and mischief, but also rest in the home knowing everyone in our household will remain safe.
I want my son to want to strive and have wisdom. Their dad must instill values regarding the dangers and mistakes.
I want a daughter that knows she is beautiful, but will
use her mind and spirit to lead.
She will always respect her man or woman. Her partner should always respect her.
I don’t want my daughter’s visiting their baby daddy behind bars, or her husband to have an inmate number for life.
I want to build pride, unification, and self-love within our world.
We as a world can become financial wealth, but spiritual wealth is just as beneficial.
Salute to you mothers that have divinity and life goals for empowerment within ourselves and the youth.
You mom’s are the reason I believe in love and a career with strong foundation.
“Nneka’s passionate sense of social consciousness also led her to co-found a charity called The Rope Foundation, in 2012, with Sierra Leonean MC Ahmed Nyeie [aka Genda].
The Rope Foundation serves as a platform for young men and women to express themselves through art.” –Quote retrieved from her biography on her official website.
Nigerian singer-songwriter Nneka is back – with a captivating, reggae-tinged fourth album “My Fairy Tales” entered the world on February 25, 2015.
HIP-HOP LEGEND Nas calls her “amazing” and “an incredible artist.”
The Sunday Times hailed her as the new Lauryn Hill and said her debut album was “as good as The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill.”
“If the roots are rotten the branches and the flowers will never grow.”-nneka