Twenty-three-year-old Kenny is from South Jersey. Kenny used to work as a mechanic in garage. When his mom got sick, he wanted to cut back on his hours to take care of her but his boss wouldn't allow it, so he quit. His mom is dead, and Kenny hasn't found another job since, thus he's been on the streets for two years. Sleeping on cardboard, he put weight on his wrist and damaged the radial nerve on his left wrist, hence the bandaged hand.
"You can’t really pin it on him, but he’s the leader, he has ways of making choices of how things should be, and he’s not saying that this is wrong or anything like that, and he’s not going to the poor places where he should visit and actually see, go to the places where he can actually give hope to. I have friends in North Philly and they’re like, ‘Why isn’t he coming here?’ Why doesn’t he come and see what it’s actually really like? Why be downtown where it’s all upscale? Where it’s completely upscale?
He’s a politician. He addressed Congress. I never thought in a million years a Pope would do something like that.
I’m a Methodist. I’m not going to lie to you… I only go to church on occasions, on holidays, but I’m a believer. Absolutely."