The life of a gangster living in the hood worrying about the getting caught up with police more than losing their life. The streets are a beast and death is around the corner, seeing drug sales to the dope fiends but that doesn’t really mean to much when your family starving. All you want to do is make a way and it seems that the only way is to keep it straight “G”. Growing up in a low income neighborhood nobody thinks that a little kid out the projects will make it, many don’t, feeling like there’s nobody that cares. Some say that’s what turns a heart cold, kills the little kid soul from a young age. Some also say that many kids were doomed from birth, as in being raised in a household with gangbanging, drug dealing, and shoot outs. These kids seem to be the most common in modern days gangsters. Growing up a little boy lived on 5 Martin Luther King Dr. in Charleston South Carolina; he grew up in the midst of gangs, drug dealing, and shootouts. The little boy name was Michael Bright he was born on September 16, 1992, the day he was born his Father was gunned down in a bloody hail of gun fire. After that day it was the beginning of the end for a child that had to be raised in the middle of a gang related violent confrontation, that lasted the over a decade after his birth. When Michael “lil Mike Bad Azz” Bright was 15 years old he was already a convicted felon, he hung with his older brother and the G’s (Gangsters) at this time lil Mike Bad Azz was a BG (Baby Gangster). They were part of the gang known a G-Shine changed by his older brother Killa Kam from GKB or Gangster Killer Bloods. He put in so much effort to show his brother that he had what it took to be a “G”, he would go as far as shooting his gun at their enemies but he never actually hit anybody. The day that he went to jail the first time it was for procession of marijuana, you would have thought that he would have learned but this would be the first of many arrests dealing with lil Mike Bad...
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