How Did Najee Wilson Die?
Najee Wilson has been isolated in his Crown Heights apartment for nine years now, without work or the chance to connect with friends – leaving him wondering what will become of his life in the coming months and years.
He’s currently focused on modeling, but his mind widens to anything creative or inspiring that allows him to express himself artistically and inspire others. Additionally, he is looking into finding new means of supporting his rent strike.
Wilson enjoys spending his free time running or walking through parks with his pup. He longs for spring flowers and dreams of riding roller coasters again someday.
He’s been searching for work he can do from home while remaining an artist; modeling would be his ideal career choice; however, something which allows him to stay engaged with art community would also be useful.
As his journey continues, he remains true to himself as an artist and model; during this period, he’s also come to consider what it means to be an activist.
One way he stays connected with his work during quarantining is by creating videos. He documents his thoughts with hopes of inspiring others while providing an outlet to share his stories.
His video project explores what it means to be an artist’s muse in the city, exploring how art and body positivity are powerful forces that can alter lives for good.
Wilson was immediately struck by the vibrancy and people of New York City when he first arrived. Although initially working as a product designer, soon enough Wilson realized his true calling lay in modeling.
He initially weighed nearly 150 pounds when he moved to New York, but managed to shed those pounds by adopting a fitness and wellness lifestyle, such as yoga and running. This ultimately led him into yoga and running classes.
But recent weeks haven’t been kind to Wilson; neither he nor the Patriots are scoring many points and Wilson isn’t performing particularly well.
Due to his poor concentration and inattention on defense, he’s missing many tackles – an average of just over five per game and 15 percent of his defensive snaps have gone by without being covered – nearly twice as bad as Ja’Whaun Bentley (who leads Patriots in tackles with four missed), who has played 237 snaps but only missed four tackles overall.
Wilson is a critical piece of the team and must remain healthy enough to play in Week 7. Without his presence on the field, this issue becomes even more concerning for the Titans.
Wilson may miss some games due to tackling issues, leading to his suspension or even being released once healthy again. This could prove particularly problematic given Cleveland Browns have one of the NFL’s premier backfield duos in Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt who could cause havoc when next on schedule.