[INTRO] Erm yeah I'm just frustrated with him, you know, I don't know what to do. I'm scared that he's not gonna have a future, you what I mean. Thanks, Veronica for sharing that with us, erm... Suli, would you like to speak? [Suli] Yeah, I would like to add something. You act as though you were never like me before Like you were never young and foolish and far from a model student Did you forget that you once walked in my shoes When you would fall into your stupidity, toes and feet first Play with life although, many times you were told to rehearse Jumped into relationships and chose to f** all the research Like you ain't been there done that and bought the t-shirt Like you never had a dream that you would strive For one that you were willing to dedicate life for? You act as though you were perfect When you "parler" your knowledge around as though You were born equipped with it I'll say it straight, most parents are hypocrites! Because, you can forget that you were once exactly like me Except when it's time to remind me that you know better And close the argument with experience is the best teacher We see that doesn't always work because Just because you spent years in a cla**room That doesn't mean that you always learn And just because you experience something That doesn't mean that we have to infer That you were the best student either And I will openly admit in most instances parents are right But it's not about our decisions being right or wrong It's more about using your experience to sympathise And let us at least know you understand where we're coming from At least that we can take that in all seriousness and then decide But instead it's "I'm big, you're small", "I'm right, you're wrong" And "There's nothing you can do about it" You make our decisions sound irrational, impractical, when I'm sure, Was a time, when you had the exact same thought When you probably didn't know what you wanted to do with your life by the time you were 18 And had not already achieved by 25 and when it came to everything else it was all about Patience and timing, right? But when it came to me, in my life those things no longer apply Because I had to be great tomorrow, my plans have to work out today If I'm not a millionaire right now all my efforts have been in vain We look up to you as our teachers and our leaders How are we supposed to achieve success If the person that is supposed to be our biggest fan is never been in the bleachers It's like chasing a dream with the coach that has no faith in the team To the parents who's son spends all day playing football games On that XBox and that PS3 you spent too much money on just to shut him up on his birthday Well did you know that there are thousands of people on Youtube making money from doing exactly the same And millions of more opportunities in industries related to game Have you ever tried to cultivate that interest? Have you ever touch the controller? Except when he left it on the floor and you broke it accidentally by stepping on it Withering in pain, watching him complain as you told him that you're not gonna buy him a new one And it shouldn't have been on the floor in the first place And every time he slipped in a grade or stayed out too late, you locked it away I know a girl who according to her parents spends too much time at singing recitals So they tell her to shut up so they can watch American Idol I know a child who is trying to start a business Which his parents have never shown interest in or have a penny invested But still encourage him to sit with them and watch the Apprentice What about the ones that are constantly emphasising the importance of having a back-up plan? The kicker is the back-up plan concept and I don't even need to explain it Because everyone knows what I'm refering to But let me put it like this, how comfortable would you feel standing on the front line With a general who keeps emphasising your role and it's importance But spends his whole time investing his efforts in the reinforcements? Just think for a second, because if you show more interest in a person'S back-up plan Than the actual plan, then you're actually accurately fractionally factually Impractically tactfully didactically drastically Showing where your faith in his plan actually stands Put yourself in our sneakers for a bit, because Statistics show that between 16 and 18 your feet no longer grow... So it's not that they don't fit, it's just that since you started walking on water You forgotten it, and stop, tryna overshadow, but understand us kids Eventually when they become adults any success they have rather than just contributing I bet you'd rather say that you were actually a part of it Peace... No! Actually wait because apparently I'm a patron of confusion I've never offer any solutions to fairly obvious conclusions Simply because I feel it's not my place to say that my opinion works for everyone But just in this instance here is a simple one, talk to your little one Because no matter how much you like to believe it's 2013 and no one is really a kid anymore With access to clips at our fingertips we're exposed to the world without having to open the front door So ask them what their dream is, how and what we, not they, we can do to achieve it You're children are your biggest a**et, so invest time in speaking, invest time in listening! Invest time in hearing, invest time in learning how to play Pro Evolution Soccer And fashion trends and sing Beyonce. Invest time in not just being a responsible adult And I agree, you spoil the child if you spare the rod But ultimately we just want you to believe in us, Because the family is the strongest cooperation that you can have Yeah, Peace!