A former member of a Croydon gang whose teenage years were swallowed up by crime and violence has become an inspiration on the right side of the law.
Kevin Munga saw his only role models as footballers, rappers and drug dealers, as life became a “fight for survival”.
He grew up fast on the streets of Paris and London where drugs and deprivation were rife.
Not wanting to become the victim of a gang when he was 16 the West Croydon youth decided “if you can’t beat them join them”.
He spent years with the wrong crowd using scams and drug deals to gain the cash he wanted to impress women and gain the respect of others.
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