Brandon says he’s been rapping since he was 13 and has written 2,000 songs that he says he knows are hits.

“I know that I’m on the level with many people I admire. I’m on the level with Kanye, with [Eminem], with all the greats,” says Brandon.

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He says he created an alter ego rap star persona named Ceeza Caprice when he was growing up, and even had a record deal.

“What I wanted to be when I was 21 and growing up in Vegas was have a car that was sleek, and I wanted to dress a certain way, and that was when Ceeza Caprice was born,” he says.

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However, Brandon’s father, Jim, says the 35-year-old sabotaged his rap career.

“Brandon’s contract was terminated due to the fact that he didn’t live up to his end of the agreement which was just to write songs and record full time,” Jim says. “But daily, he just got sidetracked with other things.”

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Jim and his wife, Cindy, also say Brandon is a lazy moocher who likes to wear superhero costumes and go on vigilante missions. Watch more of their story here. And on Thursday’s episode of Dr. Phil, hear more from Brandon and why he says he feels misunderstood. Check here to see where you can watch.

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