The Story of Remo Blackwell.

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The Story of Remo Blackwell.

Post by Guest on Wed Apr 10, 2013 1:57 am

Remo Guillermo Blackwell was born on January 27th, 1995, to Amalia Blackwell and Mario Blackwell. Growing up in rural Harlem, New York during the depths of a slight depression. Many Americans in the rural East were poor at this time, but most African-Americans suffered the deepest poverty. Blackwell spent much of his early youth looking after his younger siblings and getting into trouble. He has claimed that there were two incidents that sparked his life of crime, one was witnessing the murder of his cousin. He was only six years old when five members of a local gang, shrouded in hoodies and sweatpants, showed up one night at the shack where he was living. The men killed Blackwell's 13-year-old cousin on the spot, claiming he had sold narcotics on a rival gangs block. But, like much of the folklore surrounding Remo Blackwell, investigators have never uncovered evidence to support his claim. The other incident was when eight local African-Americans from the project neighborhood, carrying metal bats and knives, bombarded Blackwell's house one night running his father out of town for being married to a puerto rican.

As the oldest boy in the family, Blackwell had to find ways for the family to survive. With the Crack Generation raging on, it was difficult to obtain and hold a job, so he resorted to stealing food & slanging. Later, as he got older and stronger, he found some success mugging intoxicated customers outside the local tavern. In his later teen years, he got a job working as a truck driver for a pipe company until he was caught in the act of sleeping with the boss' daughter. In the ensuing fight, Blackwell hit the father on the head with a pipe, knocking him out cold. He then stole $400 from the company till and set the establishment on fire. Fearing he would be arrested and jailed for much of his life, his mother pleaded with him to flee to San Andreas.

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Remo Blackwell arrived in Los Santos in the summer of 2009. People told him to be smart and get a decent job as an elevator operator or door man at a hotel. But Blackwell saw how real money was made on the streets, through illegal gambling and drugs. With each ensuing crime, he became more bold and ruthless. He first robbed a local bar at gunpoint. Then he stole a tray of diamonds from a jewelry store, breaking a guard's jaw with a slug from his brass knuckles. Feeling confident, he brazenly broke into a high-stakes crap game at a local club and robbed all the players. Then, in the summer of 2010, on a crowded sidewalk, Blackwell shot a local thug and class-mate who reneged on a dope deal. His efforts caught the eye of Orville "Ville" Barksdale, a small-time local downtown gangster who controlled certain operations around the streets for some higher names. There is some disagreement over how close Blackwell was to Barskdale, or still is for that matter. Blackwell claims Barksdale took him under his wing, and eventually became Ville's "right-hand-man." Others close to Ville, who didn't like Blackwell, testify that Barksdale distrusted Blackwell and never made him more than a flunky. What is true is that Remo Blackwell learned well from Barksdale.

After a few small jobs for Barksdale around the city, Blackwell was introduced to a whole new life-style. Remo Blackwell was just turning eighteen, on a cold winter evening in 2013. Barksdale and Blackwell took a ride around Belden Heights, where Barksdale had an rugged yet cozy house in the projects. Walking into the room Blackwell had no idea what to expect, especially not what he saw. In this room Blackwell was finally introduced to two men, Jaylon "Louie" Valentino and Demarcus "Smokey" Adams, with one of them being suspected of running certain operations around the city, but nothing could ever be found out for sure. While in this apartment, Blackwell was introduced to what plenty of people know as Belden Heights Imperial Gangstaz, which is a highly renowned Chicago Gang. This gang is organized so lucritavely that they've been dubbed "Notorious, yet Low-Key". Blackwell then took his first step into a life long brotherhood with these men, also taking on the nickname "Chino" because of his hispanic roots and heavy affection for Cannabis Sativa (Marijuana.)

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Re: The Story of Remo Blackwell.

Post by Guest on Tue May 14, 2013 7:22 pm

http://forum.ls-rp.com/viewtopic.php?f=6&p=2661490

is dat you on the forum? If not you copied this lmao.

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Post by Durk *Capone* Coleman on Wed May 15, 2013 10:34 pm

Yeah Thats Him


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