On Thursday in a post on Instagram, Walker revealed that he was sexually assaulted when he was young.
“The real truth of why I started doing this fifth grade early, was my anonymity,” said Walker.
“During the summer of my fifth year, I was near more family members. Some of those names would be left on my own. I was near more. I was sexually harassed, raped, and assaulted, so I got used to it because at this age I don’t do it.” Walker wrote: “I know what He”.
He said, “He has a mindset that my hair is something I can control. My hair is what I can create and create and be mine. It has given my confidence.”
Walker added that he had not been at his best recently and had recently started “really looking at myself in the mirror.”
“The short long story found peace and inner happiness through this journey, God willing. I forgave everyone, even people who did not deserve it. Why? Because its weight is dead. Time is not waiting for anyone, so why waste my time on it?”
Walker said his hair loss was more than just a haircut, describing his hair as a mask to mask insecurity.
“I go out with the old, with the new,” he wrote. “I removed my skin mentally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually.” “Life will always be difficult. You must play with the paper you deal with and try to make a profit. If you lose. It will never be (a loss). It is a lesson.”