Kuto’s life was filled with disdain. He was born in Equatorial Guinea and his family was very poor. When Kuto was five, his father died of a disease that was common in the country. Kuto’s mother did her best to care for him, but she could not afford to send him to school. When Kuto turned ten, he began working at a local market stall selling fruit and vegetables. He worked long hours and barely made enough money to support himself.

As Kuto got older, he began to resent the fact that he was living in such poverty while others around him seemed to be doing so well. He became angry and bitter, and his outlook on life grew increasingly negative.

One day, when Kuto was sixteen, he came across a group of boys who were laughing and joking together. They were all well-dressed and looked like they came from wealthy families. One of the boys had a quiff haircut that caught Kuto’s attention. His hair color was dark golden brown, and he wore a grey and green t-shirt with designer jeans. The boy looked like he had everything that Kuto wanted in life – money, popularity, good looks – and it made him even more angry than before.”Why should I have to work hard just to get by while this rich boy gets everything handed to him on a silver platter?” thought Kudo bitterly as he walked away from the group of boys