Nano JR, as he is nicknamed on TikTok, has set his example so that others understand what it means to be lower class
A young man from a humble class, who has been forced to work in two different places to help his family, has asked several questions to the upper-class teenagers who, out of fashion, pretend to be “from the neighborhood”: They dress in tracksuits, drop out of school and spend their parents’ money on alcohol.
This boy has sent an important question on TikTok, demonstrating a maturity inappropriate for his age. “If you come from a good family, they have money, they give you your pay, they buy your tracksuit… If you haven’t lacked anything, why do you leave school?”, replies on the social network. “Why do you spend the money that your parents give you, that they really work, on joints, on drinking, on partying? Why, if you don’t lack anything, do you go as if you were from the neighborhood, cousin?” Add.
Nano JR, as he is nicknamed on TikTok, has set his example so that others understand what it means to be lower class: “Don’t go from what “You’re not because you don’t know how hard this life is.”, it states. “I, in a humble family, work two jobs, working hard. For what? The other day my sister was missing some slippers and I bought them for her. Is there a lack of oil at home? I also buy it. And here I am raising my family because it is what it is,” he defends.
This young man reflects in the video on what it really means to be “from the neighborhood.” “And you who have a calmer youth, do things well. You are causing trouble to your parents and you think you are silent.”. Street is not that, street is getting your family ahead. And I’m going to get it. My family will never lack anything,” she concludes.