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A quick note:

So, I’m pretty sure I’ll be back in college in the summer.  I’m excited about it.  I’m saving money for Ramadan so that I can make Zakat, which is charity.  I want to be able to gie the money to a mosque.  It would mean a lot to be ale to do that.  Of course, as I am limited financially, it is not easy, but I will give what I can.

Am I fat?  Please, Circle.  You know I stay cut.  I’ma have to send you guys a picture.  I’ll take one tomorrow and send it in the next letter.  Am I fat?  Hahahaha.  I don’t really work out, just do pull-ups ad push-ups and stuff like that.  I’m not a big fan of weights.

Okay, I gotta go.

As I am,

Prince

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