A high-ranking gangster heard God’s voice inside the prison cell while making weapons of revenge to avenge his men who died in a riot inside the jail.
Life Of Gang
Boomer Bennett grew up exposed to a dysfunctional and violent community where gangs flooded the area. Gang life became his reality, and the members with him became his family.
The absence of a father deeply wounded Boomer as a child. As a son, he longed for love and a father image. Although his mom cared for them and his three other siblings, it wasn’t enough for the young Boomer. He wanted to have a complete family—the typical American dream. As a result, he looked elsewhere to experience such love and belongingness in a family.
Soon, the 11-year-old Boomer found himself in the infamous gang, “The Crips,” searching for father figures. In that group, he had to perform to be noticed by his homies. But he felt at home because he met other boys who were in the same situation as him. He found his tribe.
Then at 12 years old, Boomer was already in and out of jail for theft and violent behavior. And in prison, he loved the respect other people gave him. He also discovered a mission inside. So, he decided to commit another felony to go back to prison.
Being in prison didn’t bother Boomer because he considers jail his home and freedom. And soon, his rank in the gang rose, and he became his own God.
As Boomer ruled their gang, he initiated gang fights and racial hate with other gangs. Until one day, a riot broke out in prison, and three of his black men died. For that reason, the prison went into a 16-month lockdown. And during the lockdown, he plotted revenge for the death of his men. The high-rank gangster also started making weapons to prepare for it when he suddenly heard a voice full of authority—it was God.
Watch what happened.
Reference | The 700 Club