those words rang true twice this year so far. Both Jay Bowdy and Nakia Venant committed suicide on FB LIVE as family, friends and lurkers sat and watched, helpless. Unaware that there was even an issue.
I was deeply saddened by the events because I had written “One Last Cry”, but never recorded it. I keep wondering what if I had released it … maybe they could’ve stumbled across it on Facebook or youtube or spotify before they made that final, fatal decision. Maybe the lyrics would resonate with them and help them continue to fight for their lives.
Well I won’t sit by and wait any longer. I hope and pray this song will help at least one person continue to fight for their lives and happiness.
“If you hear me, screaming. Help me! I’m pleading” …
Please talk to someone if you’re having suicidal thoughts or mental health issues. God 1st. A friend or family member 2nd. Facebook or suicide Hotline 1(800)273-8255 (TALK) or text “GO” to 741741
I think by now you know that I write about the good, the bad, and the ugly!
I wrote “To Kill A Baby” after the ‘Sandy Hook’ crisis, but when I initially released the audio on my P.ublic S.ervice A.nnouncement EP, people had a completely different interpretation of the record … waaaaaay left field. The song took on a whole new meaning and that’s the beauty of art.
There’s no right or wrong answer, but I think it’s time we have this much needed discussion. Watch my new video “To Kill A Baby” and let me know if you agree / disagree with the message, how it makes you feel, whether you’re pro-life or pro-choice, and any other feedback. #BubbleOnDeck
T-Mobile is pretty trifling! I’m not a customer, but wanted to put all T-Mobile customers on notice
about this brand new charge they rolled out while making FREE conference calls and broadcast (internet radio) and blogtalkradio calls on a T-Mobile phone plan.
Maybe T-Mobile blew their budget by doing commercials with Ariana Grande, Drake, and Nicki Minaj and are now trying to figure out a way to raise some more money … and then BAM!!! Here comes a big, stupid idea: let’s charge our customers a fee to use free conference call lines and we will have customer service randomly notify them … hmmm
Watch #BubbleOnDeck Episode 22: T-Mobile Customers Beware: New Charge for Free Conference Calls