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Beauty And The Beast Feat. G-Ride Feat. Baller Of The Year. Smoke On Feat. Murder Outro Feat. Saatavuus: Loppuunmyyty. Ain't Nothing Like Pimpin'. He played football and baseball in his community college days and for four decades worked as a coach trying to show kids "there was another way than the streets.
Since his childhood, the community has changed greatly. In the last decade, the African American population dwindled from 62 percent to 48 percent of the area's 35, residents. On the streets, life has taken on a more violent edge. Guns have replaced fists as a means of settling scores.
Illegal drug sales have flourished. Lolita Sims , Layne's year-old ex-wife and the mother of Curtis, also knew her son was selling drugs. Sims, the daughter of a construction worker and a teacher in a family she described as loving, was familiar with the drug world: Her father had died in his late 50s, she said, after years of cocaine use, and her sister's death was also "behind drugs.
Sims, who works as an assistant teacher at a day care center, said that with the money Curtis brought in, he "practically took care of me. He'd give me gas money, extra money to put in my pocket, beautiful gifts. I couldn't tell him what to do. He was a little man. If a person gives you presents and takes care of you, how can you treat him like a child?
Lynn Westry, who knew Curtis' family, once saw him alone on a corner late at night and she recalled how wide open his eyes were. She said, "I thought, 'Oh my God, this child standing by himself,' and my heart broke for him. He looked innocent, which I know he wasn't. He looked like what he was -- a kid who needed to be home. Cops tried to run Curtis off the streets.
You'll end up dead. One April day last year, Curtis Layne did something that helped make him a target: He shot two young men who had robbed him. The victims, allegedly affiliated with Westmob, survived. After that, Sims said, "We talked about Curtis going some place, but actually there's no place to run or hide. Every day he walked out of the house he had to look around.
Thomas Layne tried to do what he could to protect his son. One day Layne ran into the older brother of one of Curtis' victims. Layne had coached the man years before and Layne said he told him, "You know, it was my son" who did the shooting. He gave me a big hug. I was hoping there was a chance nothing would be done to my son. Last New Year's Eve, Sims was at home when she heard bursts of gunfire a few blocks away -- sounding, she said, like brrrrrr-pow-pow.
She called Curtis' cell phone again and again. There was no answer. Several blocks away, Thomas Layne was playing cards with friends in his kitchen. The phone rang, and it was a friend saying he thought Curtis had been shot. Layne rushed to the corner of Third Street and Kirkwood Avenue.
All was chaos there. Hundreds of people -- mostly silent -- parted as Layne pushed his way toward the spot marked off by yellow tape. When he got there, Layne said, the hospital staff told him and his ex-wife that "one of the boys was dead at the scene and they didn't know which one. So I went in and identified my son's body. When nurses brought Sims into the small room where Curtis' body lay, she said, "All I saw was Curtis' face with the sheet over his body.
They let me stay in there and cry and scream as long as I wanted. Today Sims keeps her half of Curtis' ashes -- Layne has the other half -- in a brass box on top of her entertainment center. For his part, Layne recalls his last contact with his son -- a phone conversation on the morning of the day he died. Slain with Curtis that night was his friend, Brian Williams. In testimony in an unrelated federal case where ToTo Mathews faces stolen gun charges, police have said he is a suspect in the Layne-Williams killings and four or five others.
Police also say he is "an active. ToTo Mathews' lawyer, Robert Waggener, points out that Mathews has no criminal convictions and says Mathews denies involvement in any of those killings.
Catherine Tyson , Brian Williams' mother, says the testimony about ToTo doesn't surprise her, but it hurts deeply. When he was in junior high school, his brother Chris was wounded in a shooting, and Tyson took ToTo in to stay with her family for about a week. Back then, Tyson said, she saw ToTo "as a child who I felt needed a chance in life, just needed some love. Like old folks say, 'He bit the hand that fed him. I don't understand why my baby Brian died, but in the Bible, God says, 'Revenge is mine.
In household after household in Bayview-Hunters Point, families struggle with the holes that the killings have left in their lives. The night that year-old Darnell Burge was gunned down, his fiancee Tamara Walker rushed to the scene with their 3-year-old daughter, Chynah, in her arms. Now, a year after the Nov. Jackie Pitcher, a year-old Municipal Railway supervisor, lost her son, Starvel Junious, 17, in an unsolved shooting last year.
Police say the real target was Jarvis Baker Jr. Pitcher had spent years working to keep Starvel off the streets. But her son liked to hang out on Third Street with friends. The day he died, she went into a small hospital room to identify his body. Tribute Skit Lost a Homie Ms Melodie-Diva Black C-Last Man Standing Black C-Last Man Standing 1. The Last Man Standing Intro 2. Gangsta Addict feat. Big MoMo 3. Pioneers 4. Thuggin In My Veins 5. Gangsta Party feat. Simon, A.
Stand Our Ground 7. It's A Rap feat. Alias 8. The Stakes Is High 9. Keep It In The Family feat. Moe Tha Hustla, Y. Boss Of The Ghetto feat. Lil Ric, Sleep Dank Can I Breath A Minute feat. Simon Hustlin Regardless feat. Hitman Kill A Man feat. Royal, Mayo High Like Friday feat. E - Tha Hall Of Game Joe-Joe Thomas, New Man 1. By Any Means 3.out of 5 stars Hostile Takeover 28 August - Published on reggae.shakalkreemalaramaralsarana.infoinfo This album is hella sick and if you A RBL fan you should get reggae.shakalkreemalaramaralsarana.infoinfo favorite tracks were "Lost A Homie","Chasin' The Sunshine",and Frisco,Frisco".Overall i gave this album 4 stars because just wasn't flawless but .