London Milani who is she really? I’m the realist chick you ever wanna meet… not about hurting anyone. Birth in Park-Slope Brooklyn New York where dreams aren’t just made they are created however someone forgot me. Spent three years living out of my car on the streets of New York but that was easy compare to all my other struggles. Given away at the age of three by my mother then lived in 8 different foster cares homes under inhumane conditions but survived,, gang raped at 12 by three individuals whom I trusted, two-year later conceive a child at 14 whom I gave away later regain custody. Can’t explain how many time I’ve wanted to die, tried so many times but survived. After 8 years of living with a crack addicted husband who refuses to admit he had a problem, “My ‘SECOND CHANCE’ was removing myself away from him; my prayers had been answered. In 2002 after being beaten to almost near death by the man I truly loved my husband, I told myself either leave or he’s gonna kill you, so I found refuge in a shelter. Looking back as I often do to remind me where I came from, I can still close my eyes and see blood staining the concrete as I ran.
My career began by re-evaluating my past mistakes thru counseling; I was able to release everything by first forgiving self. Using all that hate as closure and inspiration for writing my book titled, “Can Anyone Here Me Crying (not publish). Thatswhatsupnow.com blog site was created as a healing process, a way to release pain with laughter, to describing my personality one would say I’m mysterious, funny-down to earth and far from modest, as all aspects of my life & career has been nothing but a fight to survive. For years my family issues began to haunt me personally, causing me to become addicted to some drugs, “Thank God I hadn’t become entrenched because I would still be addicted today. Homelessness and living out of my car believe it or not became my saving grace? After finishing college majoring in communication just wasn’t ready to step out and take control… now I am. “Passionate about being artistic and letting creativity flow but you won’t catch me bragging as I’m extremely confident today more so now than ever….” God has shown me tremendous favor and for that I will always be eternally grateful!!