September 29, 2016
Twenty-one-year-old Nick graduated high school with honors, trained to join the Special Forces, and even completed a semester of pre-med. Then, this former college hockey player dropped out of school, stopped working, and – three months ago – says he hitchhiked over 2,300 miles to L.A. to follow what he says is his true calling: becoming a rap star.
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There is no doubt in my mind that I’m going to be successful on a scale that Hollywood has not seen in a very long time,” says Nick.
The aspiring superstar, who is currently homeless, says he walks everywhere, sleeps on sidewalks or at the beach, smokes marijuana every day, and, occasionally resorts to stealing food from convenience stores when he gets hungry.
“I love the rush of trying to survive,” says Nick. “I truly realize how keen my survival instinct really is.”
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