Randy Bullocks

Rookie (02/24/86 / Milwaukee, Wisconsin)

Remember - Poem by Randy Bullocks

I lost my right hand my loyal my brother

my best fucking friend my hustler from other

mother. We been down for each other since day

one, I can't replace this champion an any kind of way.

We was two different people in many of ways in high

school but we changed through the years, now we have

the same style and ways from rocking new duke's to jay's

and nike boot's while partying. You remember you use to

break nigga's pockets shooting dice. I use to think twice

when I stood over your shoulder thinking damn what we gonna

eat tonight and you'll scream out what you want to eat bro these

nigga's paying for your meal. Time went by you found a better hustle

selling shoe's and psp's, dvd's, camcorders and even cloths. Remember

when we first started drinking liquor that cheap shit Takka Vodka and

we get drunk off the shit, go to basketball game's just show off are new

shit and watch me act a ass ribbin everybody while you throwing cash.

People said you would turn your back on me but look at us like those two

brother from the movie Stuck On You, you was there when I wasn't getting

money nor acted funny about paying my way anywhere we go even to sharing

cloths. I dare for a nigga to walk in your shoe's I bet he wouldn't get far, it’s to

much for even a nigga like me that know to do what you do.

That's why I can't talk to you through paper cause I don't know how but I rather

be next to you and speak to you face to face. I wasn't there when you made those

mistake but I would have your back and lie like I was there, , I lost you my nig to

prison and I thank God It's wasn't to heaven I start drinking at seven p.m. Friday.

'That’s My Nigga Im Always Hold'em Down Cause That's My Nigga'
' You Should Never Rat On Your Friends'

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, March 30, 2008

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