R.I.P. The “King Of New York” Died Of March 9! ***messymandella***

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Can you remember where you were when Christopher Wallace (May 21, 1972 – March 9, 1997) was Murdered?

I remember seeing all that glass, and that Suburban Truck riddled with bullets.

Conspiracy after conspiracy will always plaque his demise and haunt his fans.

We may never knew who took his life!

He will forever be quoted as 1 of the Top 5.

The King of New York died on March 9!

Kendrick Lamar needs to “Control” himself and go somewhere and sit down!

How in the Google Map Hell, can you be “The King Of New York” and you from Compton, California?

Christopher Wallace, we celebrate the music and your dreamed deferred and complicated life in film and in music.

Legends may die, but the legacy will only educate us and guide us in our lives, to not share his fate.

Christopher’s rap impact will never be duplicated, he wasn’t an Angel but he lived with knowledge of self!

Hip Hop  Lives Forever, even if “The King Of New York” died 20 years ago! 

“We can’t change the world, unless we change ourselves.” – Biggie Smalls 

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Cancer Issues: What Happens When You Donate Your Hair? ***messymandella***

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LOCKS OF LOVE
 
Mission Statement

 
“Our mission is to return a sense of self, confidence and normalcy to children suffering from hair loss by utilizing donated ponytails to provide the highest quality hair prosthetics to financially disadvantaged children. The children receive hair prostheses free of charge or on a sliding scale, based on financial need.”
 

         Women of all ages should have the opportunity  to feel attractive and witness positive glances from onlookers.
 
Sadly, it is imperative to regain courage when we are faced with illness, and love those that depend on us to facilitate in the fight of Cancer.
 
In this world a little girl with hair loss will observe the glances and stares at people of all ages, but even without that hair she is still beautiful.
 
Can you envision one day having  long flowing pony tails and the prettiest dresses, and happiness until you visit the hospital?
 
Some little girls decide to wear headbands, but other women and little girls yearn to look as similar to themselves before their body chemistry changed and the hair loss results are usually observed through the deficiency of hair growth and tone of the skin.

 
If you can’t grow it, the world has given us so many options for  hair growth, but with the souls of  generous people, those layers of hair swept up on the salon floor, can go to a cause instead of being swept up and thrown away in a trash bin. Those locks bring smiles to tear-stained faces that are fighting a battle we can’t comprehend but sadly witness.

 
The locks that are donated to the cause bring happiness in a little girl’s life and are helpful to her well being and self-love. Thankfully Locks Of Love gives the little courageous princess a chance to have her crown back.
 

 
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Len Bias vs David Robinson NCAA 1985 Maryland vs Navy ***messymandella***

Len Bias (November 18, 1963 – June 19, 1986)his tragic life still haunts basketball players and coaches,29 years later after his death.

Our community and the Boston Celtics can only estimate his accomplishments, since he never even enjoyed his new-found fame and wealth.

Now we can only marvel over the games and his statistics and wonder what would have occurred if it wasn’t for that party,that tragic night?

How would Len Bias’s legacy compare with NBA Athletes such as Kobe Bryant,Scottie Pippen,  Kareem, and of course Magic Johnson, Charles Barkley, Larry Bird, and even Lebron James and D.Wade?

We revisit Len’s game in this 1985 clip uploaded that was filmed the year before he died.

We are still captivated and admire him in amazement and regret, and sadness at all these highlights, that never will tell his intentions and what he would contributed to the entire world, and in and off the professional court.

Len Bias was second pick in the 1986 NBA draft.

Did Len Bias have  a promising legacy? Of course he did, and that is why he is still discussed.

Would he be on Sports Center now discussing the drafting possibilities and have a family of his on, or maybe be a coach or owner of  his own basketball  team? 

Some NBA historians think he could have rivaled Michael Jordan?

We unfortunately we will never know,but there is a Len Bias in every neighborhood with talent that loses it to their outside surroundings.

Lin Bias left dinner,in his newly leased car and headed to the local dorm to hang out and enjoy his promising new life.

That night he snorted cocaine 2 days after being drafted and had a seizure and died before anyone even witnessed his highly anticipated year.

The world was anticipating an event that would never come…


The Sports World assumed that they would watch the soon to be legend score points and run up and down the court in his rightfully owned, Celtics Jersey.

Truthfully,Len became a legend, but not how he planned it, or the rest of the world envisioned..

Len Bias never began his NBA career and technically lost everything that he worked for in one night, because of lines of Cocaine.

Len also signed a $3,000,000 contract to endorse Reebok, that he never even had a chance to advertise for, and he never even modeled the shoe.


He died, and now we have his documentary, but I found a game of the legend as well.

Now, we can all ponder on what the Basketball world will never forget, Mr.Len Bias. The world is also left examining how much did the game lose, and why did it end up this way, “With Out Bias” all we have is the “What If?s”

 

According to writer Richard JT, “Bias was way more advanced than Jordan while in college.”

His “childhood friend” Brian Tribble (known drug dealer) was convicted of supplying the cocaine that tragic night and I am sure he lives with that haunting truth, every day. He didn’t Kill Bias, but imagine if you were the one that supplied that dose.

That has to be a haunting that never goes away.

I have friends and family members that chose selling and doing drugs over their talent, and they regret it every day.

Now they watch the games!

However, some of them should be on that same damn court, getting the attention.

At times, it saddens you to see these men doing nothing with their talent and letting their boys bring them down.

It happened, and it will always happen.

Unlike talent destroyed as in the case of Len Bias, Michael Jordan kept perfecting his game.

Jordan is the Best NBA Player of all time, and that is a fact.

Len Bias should be an NBA Legacy, instead he is a NBA Tragedy.

Len Bias will always haunt the Basketball Community, anytime he is mentioned in conversations.

We still think about his potential now.

He has been gone for 29 years, so we must  demonstrate and teach the youth  how talent can be lost within a minute, and one minute you are living your dream, and the next minute you aren’t living at all…

Len’s story should be told and never forgotten,  so these young men and women don’t waste their talent, and never get to even celebrate all of their overcoming of adversity , earned awards, and their recognition for their professional dedication.

This story was important 29 years ago, and it is important now.

If only …

 

 

dr nebru hebru discusses visiting with space crafts and aliens!***messymandella***I couldn’t make this up iF I tried!


 

 

 

 
 

L’A CAPONE -RONDO#9 Interview. 1 In The Ground And 1 Behind Bars***messymandella***


 
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.
 

Cougar Chronicles: Lala Anthony***messymandella***