Former kingpin Brian Glaze Gibbs takes you on a journey on the war on drugs and the crack epidemic in New York city during the 1980s and the ’90s, when homicide was at an all-time high, with so many different violent drug organization fighting for a piece of land in the big red polluted apple to sell illegal narcotics.
Brian gives a firsthand account about some of the most notorious gangsters, hustlers, and stick-up kids and their downfall and shares in-depth details of what it was like growing up as a young poor black kid in the concrete jungle. Brian Glaze Gibbs’ purpose for sharing his stories is to help stop our children from making that multibillion-dollar prison system their permanent address.
Brian Glaze Gibbs.
“Crime doesn’t pay.”