Your Spirit***messymandella***Jamie Woon

When you ready to say the last rights to that past life, you will mature. 

Every think you do in the dark comes to light; and you can wear your sin on your sleeve. Why put yourself in harm’s way? We all assume we will beat the odds. NO ONE WINS THE GAME. Alpo Martinez. Rich Porter, Pistol Pete, Wayne Perry, Griselda Blanco, and Karlton Hines found that out and are either 6 feet deep or behind bars. 

You are never smarter than Karma. You  challenge morality everyday, and you get messages and signs to change, but those evil spirits around you are too strong to fight. You can ignore your morality,but not your karma 

T.I. said in “Live Your Life.”

Unhappy with the riches ’cause you’re piss poor morally. Ignorin’ all prior advice and forewarnin’ And we mighty full of ourselves all of a sudden, aren’t we?

Message for us all. We have to ask ourselves can you accomplish both? You can! You do not have to be piss poor morally, just to  gain riches. You can’t enjoy your riches, if you are always looking over your shoulders in fear, and the thought of revenge.

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Since We Didn’t Listen The First Damn Time,Here Are More “Jewels” From Pee Wee Kirkland’s Life!***messymandella***


Once again, Let us revisit these jewels.It is mandatory that I  show love to our “Street Legends.” I am not bigging up the game, because you can’t win from it; but you can learn from it!

            Pee-Wee Kirkland‘s life unfolded but only a few of those moments are on film. Pee Wee’s life and other street stars like Karlton Hines, and Earl “The Goat” Manigault  have their own underworld tragedy’s and decisions that solidified their future.  

               One thing undebatable in the culture is that every man who serves a prison system  could tell you when and where they “got caught slipping.” What  you choose  is the most important factor at that moment, but  short-term gratification will always derail a “Street Legend.”

                Pee-Wee was in “The Game”  and told the Chicago Bulls recruiter that he had more money in his pocket right now than that $15,000 they were offering.

Pee-Wee   played in prison from 1981 to 1988 in La Tuna, Texas. In the Anthracite Basketball League of central Pennsylvania he scored 100 and 135 points in one game.

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