Owed to a King

My first encounter with Junior Mafia was in the Summer of 93. ┬áIt was at Daddy-O & Kedar’s studio in Bed-Sty, Junior Mafia was working on their demo. Lil Kim, The Snakes and Lil Cease were there recording and we all met for the 1st time, Biggie however wasn’t there. It was real peace and the word must have gotten back to BIG cause when we finally did meet in the Spring of 94 in Atlanta it was though we were old friends. Puffy had him and Cease in a blue van on a promotional college radio tour with Craig Mack and I bumped into them at Morehouse College. We sat in the van while I rolled a blunt, terribly I might ad. Later that year when BIG’s single Juicy was hot and his LP Ready to Die was released I caught up with him at his 1st headline show in Atlanta at the Warehouse. Soon as he saw me he grabbed my shoulders and I thought somebody was starting a fight. That was BIG’s way of joking. When I noticed it was him I laughed and he put his arms around me to greet me. We talked a good while before he went on. He was a little nervous about performing that night. He asked me if I thought the crowd was going to feel him. My response was this, “This place is packed and everybody’s here to see you.” Needless the say he repped for Brooklyn that night.

Biggie was a fun person to be around. He loved telling jokes, laughing and talking to people. The video’s I selected below remind me of the times we kicked it.



Dr. Fatimah Jackson “The Green Solution for Malaria”

God has blessed me to be able to travel all around the World. In my travels I’ve met many people of all nationalities and from all walks of life. A few of those people have affected me as a human being in wondrous ways. The woman I’m about to introduce you to is such a person.

Dr. Fatimah Jackson

Ladies and Gentleman it is my pleasure to introduce Dr. Fatimah L.C. Jackson founder of the Oasis Scientific Research Corporation.

Dr. Fatimah L.C. Jackson is a biological anthropologist who received her B.A. (cum laude and with Distinction in all subjects), M.A., and Ph.D. from Cornell University. She is a former Professor and Distinguished Scholar Teacher at the University of Maryland. She is currently Director of the Institute of African American Research at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where she is also a Professor of Biological Anthropology. Dr. Jackson has worked extensively in West, Central, and East Africa and has a background in parasitology, population genetics, and evolutionary biology. She has been a Senior Fulbright Research Fellow, Human Biology Association Fellow, Fletcher Fellow, and AETL Fellow.

“The World Health Organization estimates that each year 300-500 million cases of malaria occur and more than 1-3 million people die of malaria, especially in developing countries. Most deaths occur in young children. For example, in Africa, a child dies from malaria every 30 seconds.”

Dr. Jackson has developed an Insecticide that kills larvae and mosquitos that cause Malaria that has been tested and proven in countries plagued with Malaria and the United States.

With the recent Earthquake that struck Haiti killing over 200k people and the pending rainy season approaching, the devastation of Malaria is eminent. Although there are other products that treat the symptoms of Malaria they don’t solve the problem of killing the mosquitos without further harming the environment. Dr. Jackson’s life research not only kills the mosquito’s that transmit malaria, it’s completely biodegradable and doesn’t further harm the Ecosystem or create toxins that would further harm people. It is her desire to provide Haiti’s people with the help they so desperately needs in regards to this matter.

I have been telling her story to anyone who will lend me a moment of their time. I recently reached out to a couple of journalist whom I thought would find Dr. Jackson’s story not only important but historic. I’ve reached out to Dream Hampton and Gigi Capone two woman whom I respect and admire. They have both been an inspiration for me to continue sharing this spectacular story with the World.

This link below is a very recent interview with Dr. Fatimah Jackson by Gigi Capone. I urge you please, share this remarkable woman’s story with your family and friends?

Gigi Capone’s Interview with Dr. Fatimah Jackson

Dr. Fatimah Jackson’s story is going to change major health issues that plague our Planet.

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For more information on how you can support Dr. Jackson’s important research, please contact Oasis Scientific Research Public Relations Director Aisha Jackson at oasisscientific@gmail.com