*Originally ran 10/22/09 repost because trailer dropped.*
First, I have to give a birthday shout out to my son Gaston. I love you son. I’m very proud of you.
Doing what I do, you come across like minds in the field. Branson Wright is one of those good brothas who has a passion for his writing. He’s shopping around the story of Dwight Anderson. This interview is a cautionary tale for those young and old who are on the fast track to squandering their talent–whatever that talent may be. Fathers, please get a hold of your sons and give them the support they need to survive in a world ready to stroke their ego, watch them fall and then spit them out with no remorse. Don’t think it won’t happen to your kid. Snakes come in all shapes, sexes, races and sizes. Kids must learn accountability at a very young age or they will fall off the cliff and never be heard from again. Things happen, but hopefully they’ll live to tell about it. I could sense the passion in Branson’s voice when doing this interview. Dwight Anderson affected him. He speaks sadly of his early and very unfortunate demise, but is also very happy that Dwight Anderson is alive to share his story. The trailer for “The Blur” is added at the bottom.
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