Korey King Wise handed out gifts to children in Harlem, New York City, this week.
I wanna be like Korey when I grow up. pic.twitter.com/SRnUU5Fzhq— Ava DuVernay (@ava) December 24, 2019
Wise, whose story was captured in Ava Duvernay’s critically acclaimed Netflix series “When They See Us,” greeted droves of children attending a toy drive at the Lehman Houses in Harlem.
Wise and fellow teenagers Raymond Santana, Yusef Salaam, Kevin Richardson and Antron McCray was falsely charge of the rap and assault on a white woman jogger in Central Park. Years later, ― Matias Reyes ― ultimately confessed to the crime.
On Tuesday,― Wise wore a Santa hat and all ― delivering holiday cheer to children in his former Harlem community. Wise is a great guy with big heart he said “It makes me wanna cry.”