Differently

“I am a naturalised Italian, but I’m from Ghana. I was abandoned by my parents and adopted by two angels. I suffer with racism every day. I am the first black to wear the jersey of Italy. I’m not angry, but my life experiences make me act differently from other people. People say about me that I’m a black boy who has fun, earns money and has girls. It’s not like that. It’s too easy to judge people through what you see,”

– Mario Balotelli said in an interview with France Football magazine

 

Such an amazing word from Mario Balotelli, especially the one that I give a bold sign on it. Well, It reminds me on my own.

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