To his mother, you are the reason these types of guys keep committing crimes. Stop babying your son and being an enabler! Nobody goes to jail for tattoos. Stop with the sob story about the job and kid. If he cared SO MUCH about his job and kid he’d stop committing crimes. Let him serve his time and learn a lesson. You’re being unjust to your son by not letting him pay the consequences for his actions. Let him grow up and take accountability! Raise money for starving kids and stop conning people into posting your criminal sons bail.
Jeremy Meeks’ story is the tragic story about a young man’s life hanging in the balance. It’s a story that has left many American’s clueless about why his mother is asking for donations to pay for her son’s legal expenses. It’s a story that has made women (and probably some men) make fools of themselves in social media settings. But what make this a truly sad story are the cruel words written to a mother that is trying to give her son another chance.
Let me first say this, I’m not supporting the cause but I understand a mother’s love.
I must admit when I saw his picture, I thought he was good-looking! His blueish-gray eyes go well with his caramel skin tone. His facial profile is defined with hard masculine outlines; while his lips are the right size of thickness for kissing all night long. He was indeed blessed by God to be eye-candy for the women. And, let’s just say the young pup took this old and very season woman back to her fun filled days of youth for a moment. But then reality sunk in and said, “Wait! There’s gotta be more to this man than just his looks!”
So, I began to research the newest pretty face to fame. And what I learned about him was this: he had a criminal past, he spent time in prison, he once lived in Washington, he has a tear underneath his left eye, he has all sorts of tats, he is married, he has a son, he got caught in a car with known gang members along with firearms and ammo, his bail was set for $1,000,000, his mom says her son has changed his life, he is innocent and was on his way to work.
Bail! $1,000,000! Wow!
Now why is his bail set for $1,000,000?!!! Don’t you think a million dollar bail is a lot of money for just a nobody that was on his way to work? Why was he driving a car with firearms and ammo knowing his situation? Com’on! This is no kid of teens! Don’t you think a man of 30 that has served time in prison is acquainted with the ways of the world? As why a logic person would ask why were his passengers gang affiliated? Why was he seen leaving a house that was under surveillance? And what was it being surveillance for? Whose car was he was driving? Because if the car belong to another, why didn’t he catch the bus to work? And what’s up with the teardrop underneath the corner of his eye? Why haven’t the name of his employer or his profession been released? I mean a list of questions could go on and on about his arrest. But . . .
What makes people feel justified in judging his mother? Why do people feel she’s the reason for his poor decision making skills at 30 years old? And what does the commenter mean by “these types of guys?”
A mother’s love is a mother’s love. It was created before children were placed into wombs. It has no boundaries on how it will protect its young. It sometimes goes without questioning and often makes mistakes in well doing. Honestly, it throws out logic when caring for its young. But nevertheless it is still a mother’s love.