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French sold his soul for max b
Dont anybody think its funny anyone would sign with diddy. Obviously..............................its not obvious if u dont get it.
Real n*ggas movin!!!!!!!
From the book "The rise and fall of Big Meech and the Black Mafia Family"
their drug ring hummed along for a year or so until, in 1999, the two partners needed a bigger supplier. This time, it was kiki who found him: A major cocainetrafficker named jerry “j-rock” davis. (j-rock’s girlfriend, who lived in the same atlanta apartment building as kiki’s girlfriend, had introduced them.) though only ayear older than kiki, j-rock was well ahead of him in the drug game. He’d been born in columbus, georgia, and his family later moved to a seedy suburb, phenix city,alabama, just across the chattahoochee river. The small town was infamous for its lawless past—so much so that it had been dubbed “sin city” by the soldiersstationed at fort benning, on the other side of the chattahoochee. In the 1940s and 1950s, phenix city was in the tight grip of a crime syndicate run by good old boysturned bad. Under their reign, the town had morphed into a western-styled outpost of freewheeling drug dealing, open-air prostitution, blatant gambling, and rampantviolence. Among the syndicate’s victims was attorney general–elect albert patterson, who’d run in 1954 on the promise of rooting out the city’s organized crimenetwork, which included countless cops and politicians. One day not long before patterson’s inauguration, he was a.ssassinated in front of his downtown law office.by the ’90s, the city had tried to overcome its unsavory history. But even among a population of a mere thirty thousand, phenix city remained fertile ground for theregion’s drug trade. J-rock, who birthed a crew called the sin city mafia, was resurrecting phenix city’s ignoble past. The feds estimated that the sin city mafiaeventually would traffic as much cocaine as the black mafia family, an organization with whom j-rock built a lucrative alliance. The two crews each moved truckloadsof cocaine, and authorities surmised that they relied on the same l.a. Supplier