To be honest, I can't remember a time when you weren't there for me — not only as a father, but as a best friend. I know now that your favorite movie was never really “Cinderella,” and that you would have much rather been watching the game than playing with Barbies.You did those things solely because you loved me; showing me that when you love someone, you do what you can to make them happy.Although you're always willing to help, you showed me that I can solve problems on my own.You also were the one who taught me about sports, books and life lessons in between.“If I ever vote again - when it’s time to vote again, and I feel like voting again - I don’t have to follow the news to know who I’m voting against,” he said.The hip hop icon explained his interest in politics is grounded in how it affects the concrete experience and quotidian reality of people’s lives.Fears over cyber bullying and other abuse – such as sexual harassment – have been increasing in recent years as growing numbers of children have access to smartphones and social media.Ms Alexander did not call for their removal, but said children should be properly guided in using them “responsibly and kindly”.
Pupils dubbed him ‘the most hated person in school’ and even after changing institutions, the mental damage he suffered left him unable to trust people and make friends.From teaching me how to walk or throw a ball, you've showed me ways to stand on my own two feet.A dad's job is not only to protect his little girl, but also to show her how to defend herself when, one day, he is not around.Nas, who announced a joint tour with Lauryn Hill on Tuesday for this Autumn, also said he preferred to address politics via his work than the traditional political sphere. If the people are bothered and want change, I speak on that.” The musician argued art would prosper and flourish what ever political party or President occupied the White House.“My way of addressing these issues is through my work. I don’t give a f*ck.” He continued: “My focus is on what’s happening with real people in their everyday lives. “In reality, art is gonna thrive regardless,” he said.Whatever President may be in office doesn’t affect my work directly. I observe what’s going on and that goes into my creative process. How they behave, the decisions they make, and how that affects families … “Whether it’s affected by who’s in office or not, art thrives.