"Thank you: Lucinda F.Boyd
it's an honor to be a part of something so positive and that can be an inspiration to all and allowing me to share my experience hopes and dreams with others for a better way of living."
What positive influence can you bring to The Streets Don't Love You Back Movement?
the positive influence that I can bring to the streets don't love you back movement.
is my honest truth of my own personal experiences growing up in the city of Detroit Michigan as a young black child going through some things in life and being able to be a proud black man today and share my testimony so others can live a better life and be a help to others.
the things that I have seen and experience as a child growing up in a drug infested housing project is something that I just can't sit on and not share with others God allowed me to make it through for a reason and that's to share my testimony.
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Thank you: Lucinda F.Boyd
it's an honor to be a part of something so positive and that can be an inspiration to all and allowing me to share my experience hopes and dreams with others for a better way of living.
MARCH 18, 2017
A screening of Gangsters America’s Most Evil, Best Friends Detroit episode featuring Arizona resident Rob Boyd, a once well-known Detroit Drug Kingpin who lived the street life and has gotten out. Mark your calendar 3/18/17 and get your tickets! Rob and his wife Lucinda now have a non-profit organization called, The Streets Don’t Love You Back and many programs that educate against gangs, drugs, violence, abuse and other life issues. Guest speaker, Senator Steve Smith, Listen to the OG's Rob Boyd and Orville Simpson III who once lived the life and have changed, they are now successful businessmen doing positive things, giving hope to others! You won't want to miss this event! PURCHASE TICKETS HERE: