Confession: I almost wish this book was written from Sincere's perspective. To me he's the more compelling character in this book.
And it hammers home a point that I think a lot of young African American men are pressured to pursue certain career paths without necessarily having room to do much else. Sincere knows he's good at what he does, but he's like "Well, I really wanna do something else." :(
That's really sad, man.