R.J. Prince doesn’t let anything get to him


walks through town, flipping his dreadlocks off of his face, and a group doing yoga in an outdoor patio stops and stares. He smiles and nods; he’s used to it. He’s 6-foot-6, weighs over 300 pounds and is sporting Pittsburgh Steelers gear from head-to-toe. A behemoth of a man, coming home from the big city for a couple of weeks – easy to spot. (Triangle Tribune)

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