Everyone misses a cousin or friend that was gunned down in the game, and had their life stolen.
This song is over 20 years old but we are still living it out the disastrous situation , every day.
Tupac discussed this, and so did Biggie, Big L, Mac Dre, Freaky Tah and others have suffered the same fate.
Sometimes those memories bring tears to your eyes, but mostly we get angry about the lost of our loved ones, and the children they left behind to carry on through the pain.
I always say that history repeats itself…
Now we are witnessing it happening to children of the parents, that were teenagers when this song was released, in 1993.
We have a new class of young black rappers in their caskets, before they reached their intended destiny.
This is for you men that lost your life to gun violence.
I don’t know why you were in this situation?
I pray for your families and you to remind their children the positive components of their now deceased dad.
That is all we can do until the wars in our hoods cease!
We just need to pray we ourselves are not caught up in the gunfire.