A Talk With Orlanzo Graham

OVP: What was the best memory from your childhood? OG: I don't have any good memories. OVP: Really nothing? OG: None OVP: So what moment stands out as one of the most tragic? OG: It all was bad.

OVP: What was the best memory from your childhood? OG: I don't have any good memories. OVP: Really nothing? OG: None OVP: So what moment stands out as one of the most tragic? OG: It all was bad.

OVP: Uh so what's the best thing that has ever happened to you? OG: My son, he's my everything OVP: How so? OG: He changed my way of thinking.  

OVP: Uh so what's the best thing that has ever happened to you? OG: My son, he's my everything OVP: How so? OG: He changed my way of thinking.  

OVP: How do you feel about not having a father in your life and the affect it has on you raising your son? OG: I don't think about it I just live my life. I talked to him about a year ago and it seems like he just vanished off the planet.

OVP: How do you feel about not having a father in your life and the affect it has on you raising your son? OG: I don't think about it I just live my life. I talked to him about a year ago and it seems like he just vanished off the planet.

 OG: Growing up I was never happy yeah I smiled and played but it was a coverup. When I went home I was put back into a harsh reality. Playing was my escape  I don't want that for my son.

 OG: Growing up I was never happy yeah I smiled and played but it was a coverup. When I went home I was put back into a harsh reality. Playing was my escape  I don't want that for my son.

OVP: If you could give advice to your younger self what would you say? OG: Stay focused, positive, faithful and stay away from women haha.

OVP: If you could give advice to your younger self what would you say? OG: Stay focused, positive, faithful and stay away from women haha.