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How XXXTENTACION’s Younger Brother, Aiden Kerr, is Following in His Footsteps and Giving Back to His Community

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At just 11 years old, Aiden Kerr is already making an impact on this world. Coming from a close-knit family that loves and supports one another, Aiden has understood how fortunate he is since he was a young boy. The younger brother of late rapper XXXTENTACION, Aiden is following in his brother’s footsteps while simultaneously working to better his community.

Aiden lost his big brother in 2018, when famed musician “X” was fatally shot in their home state of Florida. Ever since, Aiden has worked to be the best version of himself possible after enduring such tragedy at a young age. Aiden is a talented musician as well and enjoys playing the piano. In addition to playing the piano, Aiden also practices MMA and self-defense, which he shares with his followers on his popular YouTube channel.

Perhaps one of the most important parts of Aiden’s life is his big heart and desire to give back to others. Aiden’s mother, Cleopatra, taught him the value of hard work and giving back to others when he was very little, and it has stuck with him ever since. Aiden primarily works with two organizations: SOS Children’s Villages and the XXXTENTACION Foundation.

The SOS Children’s Villages is a non-profit that helps build families for children in need, shaping their futures and the development of their communities. This organization is important to Aiden because he realizes how fortunate he is to have a loving home environment and supportive family. Aiden works with the organization year-round and naturally connects with the children through his involvement in SOS. 

A few months ago, Aiden helped put together a Christmas carnival for the children of SOS. The carnival included various activities and gift-giving, and ultimately provided the children with a safe space to have fun together and celebrate the holiday, which they may not have been able to without the carnival.

The other non-profit that Aiden works with is the XXXTENTACION Foundation, which works to honor the memory of “X” by working with different charities and individuals. Aiden feels that working with the foundation helps him feel connected to his brother while utilizing his strong family values and helping those in need.

Though Aiden may be young, he is sure to be one to watch for years to come.

Stanley Gatero is a writer at Disrupt Magazine. He covers topics concerning technology, entrepreneurship, news, and sports. He is an avid traveler.

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