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Up & Coming Rapper Shot Dead in Times Square a/f Shootout w/Cops - December 13, 2009, 09:52 AM

He tried to hold his gun "gangsta" style and the it jammed up. If he was such a gangsta, he should have known not to buy a Mac-10/11. It's one of the most jam-rific guns out there. Especially when not held right.


So the connection -- he bought the gun in Virginia.


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The rapper and CD peddler who was shot and killed by police after opening fire on an officer in Times Square on Thursday could have unloaded as many as 27 more shots if he had been holding his gun correctly.

After fleeing from plainclothes Sgt. Christopher Newsom when confronted about a CD-selling scam, Raymond "Ready" Martinez opened fire at the officer with an imitation MAC-10 — but in an ode to gangster movies and music videos, he held it sideways. According to the Post, when Martinez held the gun parallel to the ground, it caused the shells to "stovepipe," jamming the gun as the spent casings got stuck vertically in the chamber. Newsom, who escaped unscathed, shot Martinez three times and grazed him with a fourth round.

Just two days after the shooting, Newsom — a father of four who lives in Queens and had never before fired his gun in the line of duty — told the Post he was eager to return to his beat. "I'm doing good. I'm just going through department procedure and I want to get back to work," he said. Meanwhile Martinez's mother, Anna Martinez, insists that her son was a musician, not a criminal. "He likes his music, and he likes his lyrics," she told the Daily News. "He knows God. He is a man of God. We studied the Bible together all the time as a family…He had been in trouble before, yes, but for selling CDs…He was not selling drugs or anything like that. He was just into his music."

And according to the tabloid, in the aftermath of the shooting, CD and DVD sellers — who apparently were scamming tourists by scribbling their names on discs and demanding money — have not yet returned to Times Square.
Well, he did say what he was going to do in his raps:
"If they call the cops - then I'm aiming at the sergeant. .... you betta duck when I fire them shots."

Here's his rap video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iwa1l...layer_embedded



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His rap is ok. He needed better Music.


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I wonder if he was the next Tupac, because he predicted the way he would die in his raps - gun shootout with cops.



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I guess his rap is now...

"Uh...I shoulda ducked..Cause that Sergeant put a couple of hot balls in my ass..What do I hear now? Ding fries are done.."

For peddling pirated cd's he pulls out a mac10..un frikin believable


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I guess his rap is now...

"Uh...I shoulda ducked..Cause that Sergeant put a couple of hot balls in my ass..What do I hear now? Ding fries are done.."

For peddling pirated cd's he pulls out a mac10..un frikin believable


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^^^NYC is wild like that. Even the guns carry guns.
I remember my father used to tell me when he was a kid he walked around with a little zip gun until he could get enough money to get a Saturday Night Special.



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I love the tales of NY as if it were the wild west.


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Son's never do any wrong...
If I turn up dead some kind of way my mom will say "Von was such a good boy, he loved his bikes, cars and working out....No way he was the Mass Rapist and New eara Jim Jones Cultist type....he believed in God"

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For peddling pirated cd's he pulls out a mac10..un frikin believable
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I love the tales of NY as if it were the wild west.


Did anyone notice the slight resemblance to 50cent?


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Son's never do any wrong...
If I turn up dead some kind of way my mom will say "Von was such a good boy, he loved his bikes, cars and working out....No way he was the Mass Rapist and New eara Jim Jones Cultist type....he believed in God"
That's the difference between American parents and e. euro parents. American parents are not willing to put the smack down when their kid is fucking up. This is particularly true in the hood, where everything comes down to ego and 'respect'. In contrast, in my neighborhood all parents ganged up together on their kids to communicate what each kid did wrong (and right) and punish their kids accordingly.
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I still prefer this gun. Its multi-functional and if you need extra heat you can always dial your boys mid-battle.
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