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High School Kid Gets Accepted Into All 8 Ivy League Schools! Black Boys Rock!  (Video)

High School Kid Gets Accepted Into All 8 Ivy League Schools! Black Boys Rock! (Video)

by April 7, 2015 5 comments

He Is So Crispy Black & Intelligent!!!

By: Tommy “Tj” Sotomayor

Yeah, you can guess the things this young man from Long Island NY probably heard throughout his life from his so called fellow black people.  Crispy, Blacky, Smoke, Midnite, Blue Black, Blurple, well I could go on and on with this but that would just make me more sad about my childhood around niggaz so lets put a positive spin on this shall we:)

A young man by the name of Harold Ekeh today set the bar high for not just black kids but for kids in america period by getting accepted into not one prestigeous Ivy Leagure College but all 8.  He doesn’t need any special treatment, no rooney rule (which I actually like by the way) no reparations, no affirmative action, no nothing just his hard work to be judged against other students of his age and he blew the whole country of them away… Just watch.

I love this story because you can see a black boy being raised by a black family with a black father and I know that a lot of people like Tariq Nasheed doesnt like to see people this color succeeding so look out for your next Crispy video series about maybe Crispy going to college or something with ashy lips and nappy hair because thats what a real pro black does is make fun of blacks.

This young man deserves praise but hes not getting it.  The people who hate me arent talking about this and you have to ask yourself why?  Why are they not all over this?  Because they have more fun trying to tell me that Im cooning.

The boy graduated with 105!  Hell many of you never got that on one test and he had this as an average grade which is insane.  He also had it with parents that didnt speak the language very well.  He also had it with parents who didnt slang or hustle but parents that stayed together and worked to give him all of the love and discipline he needed!  Funny how black females in America dont think this is worth having as a black kid!

Do you understand that this boy sent out letters to 13 colleges and got accepted by all 13.. SMH This is praiseworthy!  Hell, the only thing I can be proud of from school is that I was put in the LongFellows Program in highschool,, but it had nothing to do with my grades 🙂

Oh & PS… He wasn’t even born in the US, he came when he was 8 Years OLD!!! Take that white supremacy victimologist!

Long Island High Schooler Accepted by All 8 Ivy League Colleges

A high school senior on Long Island has a big decision to make: He has been accepted to all 13 colleges he applied to, including all eight Ivy League schools.

On March 31, when the official college decisions were posted online, Harold Ekeh logged onto his computer in Elmont, New York. The 17-year-old was shocked to discover he was accepted to all eight Ivies, as well as the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Johns Hopkins, Vanderbilt, New York University and SUNY Stony Brook.

His mother was with him when the great news came in.

“Everyone was so excited and surprised,” he said. “The hard work paid off.”

Ekeh’s impressive high school resume spans from conducting scientific research, to starting a college prep mentoring program, to serving as editor-in-chief of the newspaper and vice president of Model United Nations.

But Ekeh’s true passion is medicine. He says he plans to attend medical school and specialize in neurosurgery.

“I knew I wanted to go to a really good school that would allow me to get into a great medical school,” he said.

Ekeh said he didn’t have a certain college in mind until he visited Yale with his high school’s Model United Nations team.

“I got to see how passionate people are at Yale,” he said. “That skewed me to start leaning towards Yale in my junior year.”

Wherever he ends up, Ekeh says he’s looking forward to college courses that “spark my intellectual curiosity.”

“And I want to learn things outside the classroom,” he said. “I’m looking forward to hands-on internships and travel abroad opportunities.”

“And definitely the student life,” he added. “The new friends that I’ll meet. I’m sure I’ll meet long-lasting friends there.”

So how will the high schooler make his big decision?

“I still have to make visits to other schools like Harvard, Princeton and MIT,” he said today. “That’s what I’ll do in the upcoming weeks.”

He has until May 1 to decide.

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  1. Fareed
    #1 Fareed 7 April, 2015, 22:03

    Great story! Congratulations young man. Tommy, all I can say is “preach”.

  2. happyblack
    #2 happyblack 8 April, 2015, 06:29

    Hi Tommy,

    Not sure if you already did the story, but last year there was another one who accomplished the same feat.

    Kwasi Enin – the first-generation son of immigrants (FATHER & mother) from Ghana


    Updated story:

    Thank you, this really has inspired me to do more and be the best (strict) parent I can be; “hard work never disappoints”


  3. ceej313
    #3 ceej313 9 April, 2015, 00:57

    Way to go, young man! Let this be an example to other black people!

  4. StylesRomero
    #4 StylesRomero 12 April, 2015, 07:38

    I’m stumped on this one too Tommy but it relates to something you have wrote before. Where are all the Black folks praising this young man? I’ll tell you where they are…Cooning!!! Most Blacks born here in America are bigots.He is a Black man like you and I, but because he speaks another language, although he’s a Black man, he’s an outcast to them. Like you Tommy, I was born in this country, I am a Black Man, however my parents and grand-parents are originating to America from the West Indies.We were teased moving into the Projects in NY. My. I was always made fun of because I made a good impression on my instructors and I enjoyed my studies. I was made fun of, beaten, and often ostracized by my own people!! The kids parents seemed to condone them jumping on a kid that did nothing but respect all people. I wasn’t dating either! LOL Now some 40 years later with the power of Facebook, guess who i SEE? The haters that found me through school reunions and my name. I am well preserved and those people are…..well just people. I tried to entertain them but I could not for long, so I closed my Facebook page.I hope Harold Ekeh fulfills ALL of his dreams and desires and never forget his way of being raised up proper.. JAH Bless!

  5. Kippereast
    #5 Kippereast 17 January, 2016, 23:39

    Congratulations to the young man, who not showed black youth what they can do, but also showed white youth and youth from all communities around America.
    Great story Tommy

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