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Sheck Wes Shares A Little-Known Story About The Emigration To United States

Sheck Wes Shares A Little-Known Story About The Emigration To United States

Khadimou Rassoul Cheikh Fall, known professionally as Sheck Wes, is a Senegalese-American rapper and songwriter. He is known widely for his 2017 song “Mo Bamba”, which went viral in 2018.

Sheck Jesus has shared an untold story about his family’s migration from Senegal to the U.S. with a heart-melting letter in a recent Instagram post.

Here’s the life story of Sheck Wes.

“My mother came to America in 91 and left her 3 kids back home in Senegal , she would cook meals and sell them to all the Senegalese and West Africans in New York till she hustled and stacked enough to pay for my pops to come in 93 , she had my sister in 97 and me in 98 in Harlem ,

In about bout 2006 my brother went missing in Senegal, no one knew why , but he sacrificed his life and everything to make it and help his family even more and and crossed the oceans on the fishing boats where only few survive , i never got to meet my older brother when i last went to Africa he was in Spain , when i came to perform there for the first time we met for the first and i can thank nothing but Allah and give him the most praises , my mother ain’t been home since and ain’t seen her 3 other kids since …

immigration one of the hardest and realest things to handle but i understand it best and it’s real it’s not fake , many people cant see their children , loved ones and many are desperate to live and flee the situations where they are just to live a better life , I thank god for my blessings and blessing my family with all this because i never imagined when or where i would ever see all of mines 🇸🇳”

See the Instagram post below.

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My mother came to America in 91 and left her 3 kids back home in Senegal , she would cook meals and sell them to all the Senegalese and West Africans in New York till she hustled and stacked enough to pay for my pops to come in 93 , she had my sister in 97 and me in 98 in Harlem , In about bout 2006 my brother went missing in Senegal, no one knew why , but he sacrificed his life and everything to make it and help his family even more and and crossed the oceans on the fishing boats where only few survive , i never got to meet my older brother when i last went to Africa he was in Spain , when i came to perform there for the first time we met for the first and i can thank nothing but Allah and give him the most praises , my mother ain’t been home since and ain’t seen her 3 other kids since …immigration one of the hardest and realest things to handle but i understand it best and it’s real it’s not fake , many people cant see their children , loved ones and many are desperate to live and flee the situations where they are just to live a better life , I thank god for my blessings and blessing my family with all this because i never imagined when or where i would ever see all of mines 🇸🇳

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