In the Press: Woodbridge man finds salvation in Christian rap
The logic was that by selling crack cocaine to his mother Woodbridge resident Christian Love would keep her off the streets and safe. “Streetwise, I’ve sold drugs since I was 9,” said Love, who was raised in Washington, D.C. His mother, Melody Love, who now lives in Capitol Heights, Md., has been a crack addict since he was a child, Love said.
The story has a happy ending.
On March 2, Love, now a full-time Christian rapper, celebrated the release of his first album, “The Awakening.” It was also his birthday and marked the first year his mother has been off drugs.
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