(GOSPEL HERALD) -- As a teen, "Transformers" actor Remi Adeleke lived life in the fast lane.
"Living in the Bronx in the 90's, I got involved in some pretty bad activities," Remi told The Gospel Herald in an exclusive interview. "I was stealing from jobs, running scams, selling drugs, hanging out with a rough crowd. By the time I was 19, I had a ton of money from the stuff I was doing. I had it all in my eyes."
But God had other plans for Remi: Today, he's a former Navy SEAL and an up-and-coming actor who appears in the recently-released "Transformers: The Last Knight". He's also starring in Jockey's "Show 'Em What's Underneath" campaign, which encourages customers to embrace their true selves.
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