Moreno (Noel G) 🗣️
You’re fuckin’s stupid ese, why don’t you take your medication or somethin’s holmes? Seriously eh? Hey, I know I’m number one. See why we don’t play for money holmes? Cuz of this vato eh? That’s nice eh? Let’s see your guerta right there. … Hey c’mon what is it? Like a .380? Stainless? … Like, like, like this one here? … Is that right. Well see here here’s where the problem comes into play. I seen this one. I wanna see yours. Come on ese, I ain’t gonna shoot nobody. Hehe, queno. C’mon holmes. Let me check it out eh. … Hehe queno otra vey … Hoo damn, learn that in the academy or what? Neat little trick. This is nice holmes. Nice right here. Fuck a vato up with this huh queno, hell yea holmes, hehe. You know what you do is aim kinda like that … Aaaahhehehe, I just playin’ with you dog. … Hey white boy. Hey white boy. You ask me holmes, that’s just of course if you ask, think Alonzo played you for a fool ese..
@actornoelg (Actor) 🇲🇽🇺🇸🇮🇹
🇺🇸American born with Mexican roots 🇲🇽 | Mis raíces de Zacatecas
My roots are very important to me. I feel a strong emotional connection to the land of my ancestors, but particularly the one where my mom grew up. My mom was born and raised in a very small town in the state of Zacatecas, Mexico. She migrated to the United States at 28 years old with 4 children and her husband. A few years later, she met my father and I was her first born in Chicago.
My ties to Zacatecas started at an early age. I learned to say “¡Arriba Zacatecasnn!” and proudly answered the “¿de donde eres?” question with “Zacatecas”. Spanish was my first language, but I was in full English instruction by first grade. What kept the ties strong were the various times my mom took me to visit her hometown where my grandfather lived until he passed away in 2020. I enjoyed those trips as a child so much. I have wonderful memories of hanging out with my grandfather and my uncles and cousins.
Now, when I visit as an adult, I see my mom’s hometown with a new perspective. It’s more than a place I’d often visit in the summertime. It’s where my ancestors built their grit, their strength and perseverance, and then, they passed that down to me.
In our latest vlog, I attempt to capture the essence of the gifts my ancestors left me. I try to honor these roots with a video I dedicate to my family. I encourage you to check it out and explore my roots with me. I hope you enjoy it!