I found viral success while keeping my brother's memory alive

Andrew "Biggie" Morris, AKA ABM, says his status as a viral social media star has given him the confidence he has always lacked. He says he was bullied and picked on at school and always "felt like the odd one out". When Biggie's brother Steven took his own life last year, ABM says it really affected him. Now he tries to keep his brother's memory alive by focussing on "making it" for Steven.

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