Category: African-American

Killing The Competition: Washington D.C.’s “Murder Inc.” Hit List (1989-1999)

Kevin (K-Rock) Gray ran the menacing “Murder, Inc.” enforcement wing of the colossal Washington D.C. drug empire built by Rayful Edmond and then taken over by Rodney (The Great Rasoo) Moore in the late 1980s. Murder, Inc., named after the New York mafia’s notorious hit squad of the pre WWII era, painted the streets of
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A Homecoming Of Sorts: Notorious Drug Boss Rayful Edmond Returns To D.C. For Re-Sentencing Hearing

October 16, 2019 — Infamous former Washington D.C. drug tycoon Rayful Edmond began his cooperation by dismantling of the drug empire he had left behind when he was arrested and jailed in April 1989. Rodney (The Great Rasoo) Moore, Edmond’s protégé, took over the multi-million dollar organization and ran it for the next decade, with Edmond
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Rapper’s Burgeoning TV Empire To Include Show About NYC Dope Baron Boy George

October 8, 2019 — The story of South Bronx drug lord George (Boy George) Rivera will be made into a television show produced by hip-hop superstar-turned TV mogul 50 Cent and called Obsession in honor of Rivera’s signature brand of heroin sold in the 1980s. The news broke late last week on 50 Cent’s social
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So Fresh & So Clean: Will Smith To Star As Harlem Heroin Kingpin Nicky Barnes In Netflix Film

September 25, 2019 — The story of New York drug baron Nicky Barnes will be the subject of an upcoming Netflix movie starring Academy Award-nominee Will Smith. The project will be directed by Peter Landesman (Concussion) and produced by Smith’s Overbrook Entertainment. The title of the film is The Council, a reference to the mafia-like board of
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