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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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Marvin Gaye “What’s Going On?” ***messymandella***

Marvin Gaye, talented and loving still could not keep his talent apart  for his inner demons.

 Most artist with vast degree of artistic ability and  inventiveness soon will become “recreational drug users.”

 However, they  ultimately become addicted  to some substance, or toxic that will deplete their talent and finances.

Some even admit, they have a drug weaknesses in their music.
Nothing wrong with that, but addiction is always closely begging you to “Ride With Death.”

The lure, money and class of women will change and cloud your judgement.  

Marvin Gaye, of course murdered by father, lost his ability to function because of recreational drugs.

Marvin finally crossed that line. 

Numerous addicts have told me,”Once you have crossed that line, you are gone forever.You will spend forever trying to get back to that first time high.”

Marvin’s talent and pleas for an end of violence are still appreciated and I this is just how I feel about the endless violence. 

Study the mathematics, and how we evolve 360 degrees.

History WILL ALWAYS repeat itself, but what can WE do differently?  

We have to end the violence, I am pleading now if not for us, at least for our babies.

Sadly, Marvin Gay felt the same way I feel right now. He felt that way over 30 years ago…

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