T. Rodgers Death – Obituary News :OG T. Rodgers has died .
We are sad to report that OG T. Rodgers has passed away, according to the following statements posted on social media on August 20. 2021.
urassic 5 5h · RIP OG T Rodgers Los Angeles morns the loss of another legend. OG T. Rodgers. Humanitarian, author, actor, producer, peacemaker, street legend, gang leader, poet, musician, director, organizer, consultant, advisor, visionary, trainer, diplomat, and the list goes on. Of adjectives that can be used to describe T Rodgers. Born and raised in the slums of Southside Chicago, specifically in the area of 47th Street. His mother moved them to Westside of Los Angeles to the area known as Baldwin Hills when T. Rodgers was only 12. The area, also well-known as “The Jungles”, Baldwin Hills, CA, was once a Middle-Class haven for African-Americans however, since has become synonymous with gangs, drugs, violence, and murder (hence earning it the lifelong name “The Jungles”.) Rodgers, credited as a founding member of The Almighty Black P. Stone Blood Nation, has publicly been involved in ending beefs and issues between rival gangs. T. Rodgers even started programs that would help inner city youth and underprivileged families throughout the years. 255255 19 Comments 41 Shares Like Comment Share
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RIP Thank you for taking responsibility in ending Violence and providing opportunities to do better.
Jurassic 5, Akil, thank you for all the culture. I’m nowhere near involved in black american history but I’ve been a hiphop listener for ages and I feel all the cultural references, pieces of history you post are helping me get to know the roots of the music I love. Thank you
Rest In Power Brother, thank you for everything you tried to do for the better of this world while you were here in this incarnation. Peace to you in your journies beyond this mortal coil!