Tyrone couldn’t handle it and everything went blurry, then black. Conflicting
Note: moral compass
Throwing perfectly good food away was wrong, and Plincer didn’t want that on his conscience.
“Do you know what you are Tyrone? Sticking your chest out, trying to act tough? You’re a stereotype. Poor African American kid, no father, grows up on the mean streets and joins a gang. Would you like to know why you never hear any stories about gangbangers who grow up to be happy, productive members of society? Because there aren’t any.” “You wouldn’t last two minutes in my hood.” “That’s because I wouldn’t ever go to your hood, Tyrone. It’s full of losers. That’s what you are. Born a loser, die a loser. You’re a statistic, Tyrone. And you know what else? You’re not...
Thug life was all about frontin’, and representin’, and bein’ some bullshit stereotype just like Martin said. Tyrone wasn’t a thug no more. He was just a man. Men didn’t need to be strong 24/7. Not in front of the woman they loved.