September 27, 2005
Darnell the Bossman McGee
St. Louis Stories #4
Back in the mid to late '90s it wasn't uncommon to hear stories about these crazed jigs who would go and spread AIDS to like 400 different women. At the time I accepted this as proof that all the women in the world were only sleeping with like three dudes and therefore it was only right that they all got AIDS.
Not that it really helped my cause one way or the other, but you know.
Probably the most famous example of this would be this fellow Nushawn Johnson, pictured above, who had dropped it off in numerous white chicks somewhere in upstate New York. Which of course generated no small amount of controversy. But then ol' Nushawn, the fucking piker, only ended up infecting like 13 girls.
The all-time world champion of negro AIDS predators was none other than St. Louis' own Darnell the Bossman McGee, having spread the magic to over 100 women - an especially impressive number when you consider that St. Louis really ain't that big. 100 broads in the STL = like thousands upon thousands of them in New York.
If there's a difference, it's probably that the Bossman was dropping it off in young black chicks. You guys are going to think I'm just making this up to be mean, but his technique for picking up women basically involved hanging out at either the local ghetto mall or this skating rink called The Palace and going up to 13 or 14 year-old black chicks and promising to buy them clean white tennis shoes and McDonalds.
Like I said, don't shoot the messenger.
The weird thing about it is that, because he had such a taste for young snatch, all of the girls that he spread the magic to 10 years ago are exactly the same age as myself. Hopefully, most of them are dead or extremely sick by now, but if there's a message to be learned from all of this, it's that if a woman will have sex with you for a pair of clean white tennis shoes, she probably has AIDS.
Byron Crawford a/k/a Bol is the celebrated author of several books, most recently NaS Lost: A Tribute to the Little Homey.
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