What have we done to our culture?
Who did they watch on television,that gave them the swag and the attitude that violence is the only way we survive in Hip Hop?
If 600 has his back, why didn’t anyone pay Rondo’s bail?
I was flabbergasted of how some people on Social media said Rondo beat his case.
How can you beat a case when you haven’t went to trial? If he beat his case,wouldn’t he back in Chiraq? In life you look inside someone’s eyes and when you see destitute and pure emptiness, you see Rondo. I have no idea what happened in Rondo’s life, but he terrifies me.
Rondo has the same lost look in his eyes, as Robert Yummy Sandifer, the 11 year old boy that still gives me chills. Where are the parents of Chiraq? Why do they not have YouTube?
If your son has videos, and bragging about his gang, how do you not know?
If he has expensive clothes and no job, why wouldn’t you ask? When I watch the different homicides of these young boys, I feel our culture is part of it.
Yes, little boys immolate what they see.
Their heroes can be zeros with no future, or morals and they want you to be just like them, lost. I won’t blame LA Capone for our demise, but we watching our babies die. Mike Brown died and shot by a person of another race,but these men are murdered by people that look like them.
The message is clear, we can’t help our own because as a culture we have given up.
30 year old men acting like they 17 and everyone younger will follow the same pattern.
Look at the interview, they WANTED the viewers to watch them smoke weed.
Most adults won’t incriminate themselves but these boys didn’t know better. DO we?
We must disrespect women and anything family oriented,to become rappers?
We must think women are a conquest to take pictures of them naked, and laugh about it with their friends?
The Problem is that this video was uploaded on August 2013.
Now LA Capone is sleeping forever, and the Rondo #9 little boy ruined his life.
WHY DIDN’t 600 go get him out? They are not broke,but the loyalty ended when he was arrested.