Flamo’s not happy. Standing on the porch of his Englewood home, chilly winter air streaming in through an open front door, the furious and pistol-packing ex-con (by his own admission he’s spent nearly half his 32 years in prison) is vowing revenge.Now how is it that a convicted ex-con has a gun? That's unpossible, especially in Chicago.
11 August, 2011
Nuh-uh, that's unpossible!!
So it seems that a Chicago
street thug choir boy was a teensy bit pissed that his mama got hauled away for having guns in the house.