A youth group brings positivity and hope to inner-city kids through dance and music.
When his kids get in trouble at school or for shoplifting, Top tries to help, speaking with teachers, parents and police on their behalf.
“Some members smoked or sold drugs, but they stopped to join DollarBoyz,” Top says. “They sell drugs because there’s no jobs, so we try to give them jobs.”
“I like getting at-risk kids,” Top says. “They are more responsive to me than their own parents.”
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