Kuto’s life was filled with disdain. He was born in Seychelles and raised in a white beanie hat. His hair color was rusted red, and he wore oversized round black eyeglasses. He had a shaved face and a diamond earring. Kuto always wore a black bomber jacket, even when it wasn’t necessary.
One day, Kuto went to the local grocery store to buy some food. The store was empty, except for the cashier. The cashier looked at Kuto with disgust and said, “We don’t serve your kind here.” Kuto didn’t know what she meant, but he left the store without buying anything.
The next day, Kuto went to the same store again. This time, there were other people in the store staring at him as if he were an alien. The cashier said nothing to him this time, but she gave him an evil look before he left empty-handed once again.
Kuto soon realized that wherever he went in town, people were looking at him with hatred or fear – as if he were some sort of monster. He had no idea what he had done to deserve this treatment from his fellow humans beings; all be wantedwas just some simple groceries!