Ariel Part 1 of 3
Ariel: In 2005 my mother passed away. I was fourteen. My father has been serving a life sentence in prison since I was sixteen. I left in 2007 and went to Milwaukee, Wisconsin and met my baby daddy. I now have three kids and I’m pregnant with twins now. They’re all by the same man. I’m very proud to say that. Most women can’t.
I spent seven years with him and tried to build a foundation. Do things different. Try to change. I left him. He made me no good. He’s become a deranged lunatic.
When my daughter needs pampers and her daddy’s not doing what he’s supposed to be doing as a man, than I do what I do because I’m an independent woman and I don’t need him. I hustle and I work on Fulton Industrial. It’s how I make ends meet. It’s how I provide and how I eat. I don’t do this for a drug habit. I do this because most men that look at me like to have sex with me so I just charge them. I’m not a prostitute. I’m a hustler. Sex isn’t the only thing I sell. Hell, I sell anything that’s sell-able.
BW: What was the hardest sell you ever made?
Ariel: Well… this lifestyle I live now. This sex part is the most difficult because I’m a real woman. You know… I do relationships. I don’t bounce from man to man. You learn a lot about men when you live this kind of life because most of the men I work with, they’re all married. Their wives are at home. I know how it feels to be stepped out on, it bothers me because they simply don’t give a damn.
God said he would rather we acknowledge him and be who we are whether it’s negative or good and try to change. As long as you repent and you mean it from the heart and you try to change, that’s what’s most important. I go to church every Sunday and I pray over people and then I come right out here and go to work. That’s probably the reason I’ve made it so far without too much drama or death. I have a personal relationship [with God]. He’s brought me through a lot.