Rob Evans Talks Violent Past, ‘America’s Next Top Model’ And The Importance Of Education

Published: Thursday 24th Apr 2014 by David

After doing his part to help the show’s last season pull in around 1.2 million viewers every week, former ‘America’s Next Top Model Judge’ Rob Evans stepped away from the catwalk and into the lives of many an impressionable teen recently, when visited the UK’s ‘The Warriner School.’

His mission? To inspire the school’s students by detailing his journey from troubled teen to world renown supermodel, celebrated by the likes of Givenchy, Madonna and ‘Top Model‘ mastermind Tyra Banks.

His story after the jump…

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  1. SugaMama305 April 24, 2014

    Absolutely loved watching this. Sometimes I feel like black folk from different countries have a better mentality than African Americans.

    • BeySting April 24, 2014

      It’s because of the s**** mentality some of us still have, we still think that nice things aren’t for us so cling to poverty/the hood because we think it’s where we belong.

  2. BaddieBey April 24, 2014

    Handsome AND intelligent.

  3. WestCoastDelRey April 24, 2014

    KiII, Tyra fired him as soon as they broke up.

  4. BeyWhoUWanna April 24, 2014

    Love what he said about school because my cousins have the same problem. They act a fool to impress their friends but I keep telling them that they’re hurting themselves because those friends won’t be there to pay your rent when you can’t get a decent job.

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