The name "Homies Ain't Homies" reflects the reality that many of our relationships that we thought were going to last a lifetime have ended up being disappointing. Greed, envy, ulterior motives, and manipulation have made us realize that these people were never truly our friends. We take comfort in the fact that even Jesus had a friend who betrayed him (Judas), and we acknowledge that we cannot expect any different. As we pursue success, the dynamics of our friendships change, and this can alter the very foundation of our relationships. We have experienced the pain of severed ties and lost time, but we have also gained valuable life experience.
Homies Ain't Homies