Emily gives a shelter from unquenchable mean-young lady fans and shows him residential community high school life. They bowl, and talk about innovativeness, Banksy (O.K., that is great), heeding your gut feelings and taking risks. He says “hell” rather than “hellfire,” and coexists astonishingly with Emily’s folks. (“I’m a guardian sort of fellow.”) And the two spend a night shower painting pictures and a rousing message on the dividers of Emily’s secondary school, before he rejoins his visit.
Amid his time among the basic society, Jordan is not above utilizing his VIP to jumble Emily’s judgmental companions or, in one case, displaying his riches to demonstrate his dedication. The crowd ejected with stunning joy.
“Be Somebody” is appraised PG (Parental direction proposed), probably for a brief, cavalier reference to “getting squandered.”