“However, when one man came across the two boys brawling, he stepped in. During the video he addresses the crowd of teens:
“Y’all are almost men … You aren’t kids no more. Y’all are men. 14, 15, 16, y’all are men. Start acting like it.”…
His friend Ramal Ford wasn’t surprised when he saw what Miller did and claimed it couldn’t have been a more timely message because in the last month, Atlantic City has seen “a lot of deaths.”
While the night was supposed to be about him, he turned the attention to someone else — his mom….
The Atlantic-City native admitted he “grew up in the projects” and described the type of punishments his mother gave him:
“When I would get on punishment she would make me read books and after that I’d have to write a short story or a poem. I’m crying because this whole situation deeply saddens me. The fact that it’s unbelievable. This should be very believable. This should be a norm and it should be regular.”
His mother Sabrina Winters told 6 ABC that while raising her children she reminded them of the responsibility of making choices.”