Leaving implies a permanent movement. Getting out, is exactly what the context of the my statement said, having the agency to transcend your circumstances/environment.
You’re original question was why was he locked up if he “got out” and I explained that, which you still haven’t disproved.
> it’s not semantics when you’re the one who switched ya wording that i revisited to outline my point, dude. thas on you.
regarding my original question, you can’t answer a question with a question…as you did. so as far as the discussion getting derailed…thas also on you. i ain tryna read about societal ills & shit i already know of when the topic was the lil nigga ain ‘get out’ nor ‘left’ englewood physically or mentally because he wasn’t being PERSONALLY responsible.
“it’s not where ya from it’s where ya at…e’en the ghetto.”-the 18th letter