Yo what up tha dons good morning yall however HAPPY THANKSGIVING GUYS make sure to have fun and do what you got to do for real also to give back to the need of others we cant just stand there let them suffer and die NO DESERVES THAT NOBODY thats why we need to get this community spread the word and people that have money can buy flyers that way it it will catch there attention and be like yeah we have to help because if not then its going to be to late there is no more chances take this opportunity for once in a life time which will make us better but stronger people physically and mentally Enjoy your thanksgiving with others is what im saying if others dont want to do that and be selfish well thats not right you teach them how to do certain things anyway have fun guys!
November 22, 2008: #MCBreed reportedly died in his sleep while at a friend's home in Ypsilanti, Michigan. He was 37 years.
2 months earlier, on September 5, 2008 the rapper was hospitalized and placed on life-support after he collapsed when his kidneys failed during a game of pickup basketball.
Eric Tyrone Breed, better known as MC Breed, was a rapper best known for his singles "Ain't No Future in Yo Frontin", which peaked at #66 on the Billboard Hot 100, and "Gotta Get Mine", featuring 2Pac, that made it to #6 on the Hot Rap Singles.
Before his sudden passing, Breed was preparing to release a DVD documentary about his life titled, Where Is MC Breed?. He was also working on a new album, titled The Original Breed: Swag Heavy, which was intended to be released through his former label, Ichiban Records. Although the project was still in development, Breed had reached out to many of his friends to help create the album, such as producers Erotic D, Ant Banks, Jazze Pha, Sonji Mickey, and Colin Wolfe, as well as rappers The D.O.C., Spice 1, and Too Short.
Breed stated the album was half finished in September 2008 when he was released from the hospital after being on life support for two days. According to MLive.com, Breed had recorded his last song two days before his death. It's called "Everyday I Wait" and features #Outlawz .
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Tupac, Kadafi, Fatal, and Kastro. 1995.
Kadafi and Fatal visiting Pac in prison, in the few months before he signed to Death Row, making sure Pac is still in good spirits. Pac had alot of love in Jersey and New York. He didnt like a few people but deep down he still loved the East Coast. He had alot of people who was gonna ride for him, but unfortunately he got caught up with the wrong folks. Rest In Peace to Tupac, Fatal, and Kadafi. #Tupac#2Pac#Outlawz#OldNewYork
Pasaron super rápido estos 6 años. En este colegio pasé pena, rabia, pero por sobre todo alegría. Se extrañarán las risas, las tontas pichangas, las enseñanzas de los profes y las buenas durmas:(
Gracias a todas esas personas que me acompañaron en este trayecto, sin duda lo mejor que me llevo son los amigos.
Ahora cabros, a volar alto perros culiaosss:')