- A young man has shared his motivating story after being jailed and becoming homeless
- Identified as @Ty__glizzyy on Twitter, he was also kicked out of school for a year
- In spite of the odds, Ty__glizzyy, reveals he is set to graduate with a degree in Mathematics and Engineering in December 2020
Despite becoming homeless after his release from jail, a young man identified on Twitter as @Ty__glizzyy, has motivated many with his rise from his terrifying realities to a path set to earn him a university degree.
@Ty__glizzyy, had a difficult childhood and problems in school which had led to him being ''kicked out of school for a year.''
From the United States and an ex-convict, he has reignited the reality of second chances after spending time in jail and experience homelessness.
At the time, @Ty__glizzyy, was still very young and ended up being sentenced to Chesterfield County Jail, a reality he didn’t want to face.
After his release from prison, little did he know he was about to face even harsher moments of life’s bitter lemons on the streets.
As a young man hoping for a fresh beginning, no place would receive him except the streets.
In spite of the daunting challenges he faced growing up and the unpleasant experiences as a teenager, he is set to graduate in 2020 with a degree in Electrical Engineering and Mathematics.
@Ty__glizzyy, is using his story to create a pathway of hope and has inspired many after he shared his story on social media.
''Kicked out of school for a year got locked up in Chesterfield County Jail got out spent many of nights on the street. Became a drunkie and a pill popper. Now I will Graduate next December with a double major in Electrical Engineering and Mathematics,'' @Ty__glizzyy said in a post on Twitter.
Recall that Legit.ng reported how a young mum identified as Rachel Campey graduated with a degree in psychology at the age of 21.
Campey who hails from Cross Gates, England, had to drop out of school at the age of 14 after she got pregnant, however, she never gave up on her dreams.
On December 4, the hardworking single mother bagged a degree with her daughter by her side.
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