“Dear Babbzy,
I have to talk to someone about what I am currently going through.
I was born in Jamaica.  I never knew my dad until I was 16 years old.  Before then I was told he was dead.
At first he came into my life it was strange.  He lived in the States.  My mom tried the best she could to help us with our education.  But she did not have the most money in the world. 
My dad said he would sponsor me so I could become and American which I thought was the best thing at that point in time.
Little did I know that my dad had plans for me.
I got to America at almost age 18.  My dad told me that I have to work and get a job and that school is not important that it is about money right now.  I had dreams of going to university and I was accepted to the University of the West Indies.  I left that behind to become an American.
What I could not figure out is why my dad was forcing me to work.  He has money.  He lives extremely well, but yet he kept harassing me for money.
One day he told me that I have an outstanding debt and it needed to be paid off or he would send me back to Jamaica.  I had no clue what to do or how to get out of this debt. He told me my option was to have sex with his friends and him to clear my outstanding bills.
Babbzy, I felt like I had no choice because I really did not want to go back to Jamaica to add pressure on my mom.  Things seemed to be so much better with me in America. My dad now had all his friends come to sleep with me over and over and over and over again.  They would take turns while playing dominoes in our house.  And every time I ask my dad when it will stop he says when my debt is cleared.
I have not told anyone about this.  But I am scared because my dad has a gun and he has threatened me with it before.  My mom will not take this well if I tell her.  I do not know now if I can run away and go back to America because I now have my green card even though my dad won’t let me have it.  I feel doomed, depressed and lost.  I have no one here.  What should I do?”



But what de RASTAMAN ah hearing?