To Brother Jesse,
I have to say — whenever I think about the dedication, resolve, steadfastness and love that a disciple of the Jesus physically among us has to have to effectively represent his teacher, you always pop into my mind, Uncle Jesse.
I remember the first time I heard your name. It was during one of the classes that our then study group in Austin held for the juniors. Sister Fudia was teaching us, and she wrote your name on the board and asked us if we knew who you were.
You delivered a message to the believers in Austin that following weekend. You had us lit the whole meeting, and you shared with us how we can help the Minister via digital warfare — spreading the truth on the airwaves. I don’t think I had my phone yet, but I knew then that I wanted to help. I finally got to tweet for the first time during the tweet-up in Tuskegee.
Ever since I met you, you have always been a magnetically inspirational Brother: always humble, always quick to open the door of opportunity for others and always focused on consistently helping our Minister Farrakhan. You have made many of us become much more enthusiastic with our studies and fervent in improving our lives. We love you and thank you for all the work you do. We thank Allah for you. You take it from the tweets to the streets!
I’m over the word count limit that Sister Anisah had given us, ahaha…but I have to let you know this: Because of the work you’ve done with the Social Media Army, helping arm the believers with the tools to properly represent the Minister, as our Father said, he’s been freed from a prison without walls. And even though his accounts are being locked up, the Word of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad is already in the hearts of our people and those who sympathize with the cause and who disagree with the unjust banning.
In my eyes, you’re the best helper our Minister has. All Praise is due to Allah.