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Kent Osbourne lost his parents at a very young age, his dad died when he was 5 and his mom died when he was 9. Kent lived with his aunt until he decided to runaway at 14 because of strict rules. Kent was in and out of jail for the next few years until he was sent to prison for 2 years. Kent was sent to prison for the second time for violation of probation. While Kent was incarcerated he gave his life to God after figuring out it's more to life than coming to prison and that he needed a savior. Kent was tired of the life style he was living which kept landing him in prison. Kent started writing gospel rap music and performing in church in prison, the feedback he was getting was tremendous, everyone enjoyed it and there was certain prophets which was there that told Kent he would travel around the world reaching the youth threw his music. Kent went to work release after 8 months of incarceration and was able to go to church in the community where he found a home at Promiseland Church ran by Pastor Mcclure. Kent started rapping at Promiseland and quickly started to minister at different churches.