On the morning of Monday August 21, 1989 around 9ish, I exited the womb of a 13 year old girl weighing 8 lbs 9 oz. My Dad was ghost. I was then given the last name Willis. My grandma’s name.
At the age of 13, juvenile court ordered me to change my last name from Willis to either Davis, which is my mother’s name, or Chavers, my dad’s name. There was no way, I was choosing to carry a man’s name who didn’t exemplify responsibility, leadership, integrity, love, and respect. My Legacy was then created because I wanted my name to hold true value. It was when I was 13 years old, when I understood the importance of education (not just academically) and how it will help shape the life I desire. Learn more in my book, How Success Became My Focus.
It is truly an honor to share my legacy with Nat Turner, once an enslaved African WARRIOR who led a rebellion of slaves and free blacks in Southampton County, Virginia on August 21, 1831. The largest and deadliest slave uprising in U.S. history.
AUGUST 21st is the MOST HISTORIC DAY IN U.S. BLACK HISTORY, MY FAVORITE HOLIDAY!!
I am honored to be here with you all another year. I’ve accomplished so much and have helped so many people over the years. As the days move forward, I will continue to be the best man I can be, achieving new goals, while inspiring and encouraging others to achieve theirs. I would like to thank each and everyone of you for helping me shape my destiny.
Happy Anniversary of Life ♌️🦁 To Me!