AZ Rapper Honorary Guest At White House
Sen. Martha McSally announced Monday that 19-year-old Phoenix rapper Isaiah Acosta will be her guest at President Trump’s State of the Union on Tuesday. The teen was born without a lower jaw. Although he is mute, the talented young man found his voice through song writing. Acosta does work on behalf of the Phoenix Children’s Hospital and Children’s Miracle Networks Hospitals.
“His music and his story have inspired people around the world to embrace their differences, and those of others, and to see beyond their challenges and barriers in life,” said McSally. “Isaiah’s vision and resilience are absolutely humbling. I hope that his trip to the Capitol will inform and inspire him as he continues to be a leader in the Arizona community and beyond.”
Tikey Patterson also know as Trap House, is a hip hop artist based from Arizona and voiced Acosta’s lyrics. Mr. Hate Is For The Weak died last month after along battle with cancer.