As the war on self-indulgence continues, we run into one ungrateful son, who killed the person who loved him the most,his mom. Why do we use that same amount of cash to floss with for charities in our communities. Oh hell, that is not even an option in our community.
Steve Jobs never wore a big gaudy chain, and hurled money in the street. I love the new chains like they gray and black stoned chain my bae wears,it is classier. Oprah never wears a big Gold piece or Brass knuckles that say “HARPO”,gold teeth either. If WE could, WE would get rims on our toilet paper rolls and iced out-door bells.
As we put Chicago Rapper Qawmane, in our thoughts remember he was seen previously at Hadiya Pendelton’s funeral, also he has about at least children no one knew about at all… Now he has time to perfect the “Thong Song.”
HERE you will find a lifetime of terrible acting, pointless plots, and proof that he had way too much time on his hands.Thong Song here, stated that when he received his blood money, he was “giving back to his fans?”
Quamamane seems delusional. I have a web-site, a computer, and a radio and I never SEENT’ or HEARD anything about this delusional little boy. Since he can’t type right now because he has to decorate for the Prison Prom, I will help him. When Quamane said he was “giving back to his fans” I figured out what he was talking about these fans.
Sorry, I thought he assumed he had a career, and he proclaimed to have a career… here is the Soap Opera From The Chicago “alleged actor.”
Yeah, you will NOT watch but 10 minutes of it,unless you enjoy punishment.I would rather watch this mess.
The Death Of Robert “Yummy” Sandifer***messymandella***
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The Story of Robert “Yummy” Sandifer still haunts Chicago.Maybe its because of an 11-year-old life being a killer,and being killed the same week?
However, the killers were the Hardaway Brothers,Derrick 14 Cragg 16.These brothers are still in prison for the murder of Robert “Yummy” Sandifer.However, they were also kids that were told by the leader of Black Gangsta Disciples to get rid of “Yummy.” They told the 11-year-old they were going to take him to a spot, because the local news and the police were looking for “Yummy” was wanted for the murder of Shavon Dean. Cragg and Derrick had to kill him.The murdering boys never had a chance to live,flourish, or contribute anything to society. NOW WE WILL HEAR THEIR STORIES!
“Yummy” was wanted,and he wanted his mommy.He used a phone to call his grandmother Janie Fields, and 2 hours later he was gone, forever. See they were 3 little boys that were influenced by an adult piece of shit, that used them for his own financial needs. There are many Derrick and Cragg’s in prison right now.Everything you do, trust, there are little “Yummy’s”, Cragg’s, and Derrick’s studying your every move. I am convinced love and admiration were the reason “Yummy” trusted them.These brother’s feared death penalty.However, a plea to live was given to these brothers. Who would take it all back if they could?
Poor Janie Fields thought she could get to “Yummy” in time. Her older neighbor told her he was going to wait for her to come get him.Janie packed his clothes up and traveled the neighborhood looking for her grandson. When she reached the house he called from, she thought it was a prank. The lady assured her that “Yummy” was there on her porch. He was waiting for his Grandmother, that he called “mom”. Yes, he was there,but left for his last ride.Not having any positive men in his life, he assumed the Hardaway boys were going to help him.
Instead , they took “Yummy” to a Pedestrian tunnel and shot him in his head twice.There is a noticeable cut on his face at his funeral where the bullet ended his life. The murder was a travesty because of the two lost lives that were also manipulated for gang violence. These boys were also still children.
Now, the question is why did these boys get manipulated into ruining their lives forever? They wanted to belong,and followed by example. All three children lost their lives on that day. Scared little boys admitted they did kill their friend.However, the man who ordered the hit could not be found. Some argue that they knew what they were doing. Well, the decisions you thought were right back in the day,seem stupid now.Life as you know, can change with a blink of an eye. “Yummy” was on a porch, and later riding in the back of the car hiding with his older “BGD” Members,to his own execution. These are the killers of Robert “Yummy” Sandifer” and this can serve as an example.”Yummy” died too soon,but at least his story lives for decades to come. I hope it saves someone’s life.
Derrick didn’t have an education. 2 months out of elementary school, never even entered High School. When asked about the murder Derrick stated, “The 14-year-old was blind…hardheaded know it all that had dreams of becoming a drug dealer.”The gang violence that seems glamourized by some of our favorite rappers,hides the fact of the “Yummy’s”, and lest us not forget Shavon Dean’s,that are collateral damage.
There are parties and events that I won’t go to(They think I anti-social),because of shooting and fighting.It never fails, someone starts shooting.Bullets have no name. If I pack to go somewhere, I don’t pack a gun.Knowing that many shoot outs happen at parties and events I stay away.My life is too precious. Children killing and becoming killers seem to be a cycle in many impoverished and urban neighborhoods.
Why should we care about something that happened so long ago? We’ll it is still happening. Everyone failed these boys in life,and they had the wrong people raising them,and awful examples of men.These children were lost and alone,and it made it easy to manipulate them. I can’t even imagine being in prison since 1996, or 1997.That is not my reality. However, it sadly is, for Cragg and Derrick Hardaway. How can you help save the lives of little children? Let them know the story of “Yummy”.Some mothers took off early for work to see the open casket of Robert”Yummy” Sandifer. They dragged their scared kids by their side to witness what could happen to them. They knew this life was a prime example of what can happen when you join gangs,and lead a life of crime. How long are we going to pretend that every cause does not have an effect?We have to lead by example. We have to stand together,and even if Yummy gives you nightmares.Remember his 11-year-old life on earth was a nightmare. I have pledged to help young men and women know their self-worth. We can start programs, or take 10 minutes, to let a child know we want them to have the best.Ten months before his death during his psychological exam at a state-run shelter for children, Robert “Yummy” Sandifer was asked to complete this sentence: “I am very . . .”
His answer: “sick.”
Here is a small interview from Derrick Hardaway from AP and
OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE: “The Divide” is a thought-provoking and suspenseful drama that explores the personal cost of morality, ambition, ethics, politics, and race in today’s justice system through the eyes of Christine Rosa played by Marin Ireland, an impassioned caseworker with The Innocence Initiative, and Adam Page played by Damon Gupton, an equally passionate district attorney and political rising star. Eleven years ago, the Butler family was attacked in their Philadelphia home and all but the youngest daughter were brutally murdered. The senseless deaths of this affluent African American family, seemingly at the hands of two white construction workers, Terry Kucik (Joe Anderson) and Jared Bankowski (Chris Bauer), threatened to ignite a racial firestorm in the City of Brotherly Love. Adam Page (Gupton), himself an affluent black man and the city’s District Attorney as well as a political rising star, made a name for himself by securing convictions for both men, leading to the death penalty ruling for Bankowski.”
“Now, Christine Rosa (Ireland), a caseworker with the Innocence Initiative, believes Bankowski was wrongly convicted of the heinous murders and struggles to stop his impending execution, while tirelessly working to exonerate Kucik.In her search for the truth, Christine uncovers evidence that puts her at odds with Adam who will do everything in his power to uphold the verdict and keep his reputation intact. His actions put a strain on his marriage to Billie, played by Nia Long, a powerhouse corporate attorney at a crossroads in her personal and professional life. Throughout the journey, all three of their pasts resurface as they are faced with the question of one man’s guilt or innocence intertwined with their own personal histories.”