Drakeo the Ruler was stabbed to death at a music festival he headlined in December 2021, and almost everyone thinks they who know was (allegedly) behind it.
- Sam “brother beyah” Christian 🕊 in the middle founder of the Philly black mafia and former Capitan of NOI mosque number 12. He is considered one of the most Violent gangsters in Philly history killing at least 7 people. Some of his most famous hits include killing kingpins major coxson and “Fat ty”.by /u/Exact-Commercial-978 on 27th August 2023 at 5:52 am
- Terrance “Gangsta” Williams claims to have walked free from a life sentence because he “closed cold cases” and “told on dead people”. The reality is that in the feds, “substantial assistance” requires convictions/guilty pleas as a result of cooperation. He did much more than tell on dead peopleby /u/withdrawalsfrommusic on 2nd July 2023 at 12:13 pm
- From the archives: RIP Konrad “Snapz” Hudyka (19)🕊 He was a polish kid born to a loving household but raised in a violent Latino community in Chicago. in 2020 he was shot and killed by a roommate. He had been an active member of an Archer Heights gang called “OTP 500”by /u/withdrawalsfrommusic on 14th June 2023 at 10:17 pm
- From the archives: Christopher “C-Money” Jackson from Chicago (1995-2018). Was a notorious hitman for a large East side gang called “NLMB” and his violent reputation earned him the nickname “Mad Maxx”. Check captions for context + sourcesby /u/withdrawalsfrommusic on 14th June 2023 at 10:12 pm
- [From the archives] Terrifying crime scene photos from 2008 rape and murder of 57 y.o Margie Ortiz, killed by transient satanic killer Apollo Ortega [Tucson, AZ]. He was convicted of 2 murders and rapes + 1 attempted murder/rape that was thwarted by a homeless man. Killed in prison in 2017.by /u/withdrawalsfrommusic on 14th June 2023 at 10:12 pm
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