Bags – Dis Dat Whip | @ BAGS1365


Bags – Dis Dat Whip | @ BAGS1365
The first American-born Eritrean in his family, which included 5 older siblings, Kibrom Endirias has always been different. The elder Endirias moved the household from their war-torn East African country to Indiana before finally settling in the Atlanta suburb of Decatur, GA when Kibrom was a month old to start a ministry. As the son of a preacher, Kibrom grew up in a deeply spiritual family and spent a lot of time in church listening to sermons and occasionally singing in the choir. <-

->At the age of 14, he began penning novels, poems and raps while in high school adopting the moniker Money Bags for the cash he received from classmates that paid for his rhymes. During his teenage years, Kibrom dealt with temptations that were contrary to his strict religious upbringing and as he grew older he began to rebel against the life prescribed to him by his parents. A line was drawn. Money Bags was unwilling to abandon his musical ambitions, while his family refused to compromise their religious roots. The path they had charted for their son didn’t include a career in the entertainment business, which caused another kind of war. ([read full bio here](

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