It’s all gone… all of it…
Dunno what God has in store, but whatever it is, I hope He delivers it soon.
The Boogie & The Barber Show: Jay Z & Jaz O 2/25/96
Rewind… it’s February 1996. New York radio station named “Hot 97” has given two underground deejays named “Stretch Armstrong” and “Bobbitto” a radio show. Around the 1:08 mark, they bring on a local duo named “The Originators” comprised of 2 respected yet relatively still unknown MCs named Jaz-O and Jay-Z.
They’re on the show to promote a single from a hot artist they call “Fox Boogie” but is nationally known as “Foxy Brown”.
After kicking some freestyles, the guy named Jay-Z mentions that he has a new solo album dropping in April called “Reasonable DOubt.”
Stay confident. Stay faithful. it ain’t over yet!
Co-sign this 100%. Shouts to Gradient Lair!
Man Who Made 911 Call That Led to John Crawford's Death Admits He Lied - Atlanta Blackstar
this story is unreal… and yet, it’s true.
Ronald Ritchie, the moron who claimed that John Crawford had a gun in a Beavercreek, Ohio WalMart and was terrorizing and threatening people now admits that he lied.
Seems that Crawford’s family and friends were right—Crawford DID NOT HAVE A GUN. He was not threatening people. Instead, he was in the toy department on the phone with his girlfriend and unarmed when he was gunned down.
Check the Link for more. Ritchie changes his story multiple times. Here’s one version he gives HERE and a different account HERE. And again, Ritchie is the ONLY person who said Crawford was armed and aiming a gun at people.
This Ritchie guy makes me sick! He should be charged for false witness and calling in a false crime and the police who killed Crawford should be charged with manslaughter. John Crawford would still be alive were it not for the "OMG, a Black Guy—kill him be fore he gets us!" mentality that Ritchie and the police had.
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