La La La Anthony: A Role Model

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La La Anthony was born Alani Nicole Vazquez on June 25, 1979 in Brooklyn, New York. Alani along with her family is of a Puerto Rican descent. Her parents were both born and raised in Puerto Rico. Alani parents moved to New York City were they started their family. Alani is the oldest child of four. He has two younger sisters whose name is Aviana and Solana Vazquez. She also has one bother whose name is Christian Vazquez. Alani family moved from New York to Atlanta, Georgia. When her family moved to Georgia, she slowly started her career. She debuted her radio career at the young age 16 at WHTA radio. Before Alani received her big break as a radio personality, she started as a programming assistant at the radio station. She debuted her first radio show along with Ludacris named Future Flavas. …show more content…
She is a wonderful example of what it is to be a hard working woman. She shows that no one should take the word no. If it is possible, she believe you should take on any challenges the world will bring. She is the type of individual that encourages people to be all they can be and to follow their dream. Alani is a person that loves to let others know that it is okay to be knocked down as long as you get back up and dust yourself off and keep working towards your dream. She also encourages education to people and let them know that education is the key to success. She believes that everyone should have the chance of being great whether someone is from a low income family or if someone s from a middle class family. She is a great role model for people because she is mild mannered and not quick to anger. She have a sweet spirit that draws people to her for advice and support. She tries to help anyone in need including family, friends, or strangers. She loves to assistant other in anyways possible. If more individuals in the world was as nearly as kind and generous Alani Anthony, the world would be a better society to live

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