At thirteen years old, many of us were endangered with impressing a child we were abrasive on and perplexing to get ourselves by that ungainly proviso in a appearance. Clearly, a priorities were nowhere nearby those of Mo’ne Davis.
At thirteen, she’s already done story in a Little League World Series and lonesome Sports Illustrated, all while perfecting her 70 mph killer fastball pitch. While her immature age would make this considerable enough, the fact that she’s a lady kicking boundary in a male-dominated competition is what’s unequivocally removing people’s attention.
“Some contend we should play softball since I’m a girl, though that doesn’t worry me,” she says.
In the November emanate of Teen Vogue, a tween sports phenom shows us she not usually has talent, she’s got character and smarts too. Decked out in Marc Jacobs and Victoria Beckham, Davis talked to a mag about her change on other immature girls:
“It’s a large shortcoming meaningful that other kids are examination what we do. But, if we can enthuse girls to strech their goals, afterwards I’m happy.”
Keep killin’ em, Mo’ne. #GirlPower.
PHOTO CREDIT SOURCE: Teen Vogue