The saddest thing is knowing that men abandon their children…regularly. But, what’s even sadder is the essay that you are going to read from Al. B. Sure’s son Quincy to us and his father. The absence has weighed so heavily on him that he has lashed out in a letter so profoundly illustrating his pain that your heart truly goes out to him.
He makes note of the fact that P. Diddy was the only father he ever knew. It’s evident that he has been a major influence in his life because while the letter is moving, he also uses the opportunity, while he has your rapt attention, to promote his newest single that plays while you read. Leave it to Puff Daddy to turn misery into profit.
Why not, right? No use in the boy going without his father and an opportunity. I mean, if you never remember his name, you can look at him and know exactly who his father is and not only that, he’s obviously got hip-hop royalty behind him. The site that the letter is published on, the Global Grind, is a creation of none other than Russell Simmons. Go for it Q…you deserve it. Your letter is an inspiration to others in the same situation. Read it here.