David Adefeso tells its fans and followers to always focus on the price. Check out his post below.
“Before any great success come a dozen failures.” To avoid being put off by the ups and downs of life, it is important to focus on your long-term goal. #jackma #alibaba #china, “he wrote under the caption to his video.
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Someone said, ‘Thank you for all the advice you give us!’ and several fans and followers agreed in the comments section.
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David also shared a photo with himself on social media, and fans made sure to praise his appearance.
In other news, David Adefeso praises the NBA stars who give back to the community. Check out his message below.
‘Had a great time at @Chap || @sootchyapp college activation event in #ChesterCity PA with former University of Arizona #Wildcat & @brooklynnets star, Rondae Hollis-Jefferson and his crew. It’s so good to see @nba stars line up and give to the communities they left behind, David said.
He continued: ‘Like many young black men in America, Rondae and his brother, Rahlir, were raised in the inner city by Chester by their single mother, Rylanda, who worked two jobs to put food on the table and give Rondae and Rahlir a chance in life. With a super high crime rate, mainly black and Hispanic populations, a poverty rate 3 times higher than the US average and a literacy rate 4 times lower than the national average, Chester has long been considered one of the cities America left behind. ‘
He also said: ‘But Rondae did not forget Chester. As a prominent athlete in high school and college, Rondae was inducted into the NBA team #TrailBlazers in 2015 and signed his rookie contract with #BrooklynNets the same year through a draft-right trade. ‘
‘Throughout his time in the NBA, with the help of his non-profit organization, the RHJ Foundation, Rondae has returned to help the Chester Community through dozens of endeavors, including free summer camps, weekend festivals, setting up a charter school, basketball tournaments, picnics, popup ‘shows, charity events that have raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for the city, and now outreach through Sootchy to ensure that all children in Chester have the opportunity to go to college and achieve the American dream that he did,’ he said.
Apart from this, David is living his best life these days.