Here’s Romeo’s manifesto on the back if you can’t read it:
"As a child all I dreamed of was being a top athlete and getting a scholarship to a D1 college. I was always told to follow my dreams and even though I’ve had success at an early age and had a (sic) everything but normal childhood, I still put aside a life of promising money and fame to go to college and be a normal kid. With people like Obama, and my dad I’ve realized that they had to give up something in order to reach their goals and that with their education anything was possible. My education is my life. As you grow up, people will push you away from your dreams…my message to our future (the kids) is to keep dreaming, just look at what Martin Luther King did."
Amazing. Besides the fact that it leaves the reader hanging about the accomplishments of Martin Luther King, I don’t know anybody who reads potato chip bags as a source of inspiration through tough times. Give Romeo credit though, at least he is trying…unlike that weed-smoking cheetah who endorses Cheetos.
In case anyone was curious, Romeo played basketball at University of Southern California and dropped out during his junior year. That’s okay though, he’s still talented as an actor and musician, and the rest of the time he spends “Bar-b-quin with his honey.”