Bloods Gang’s Founder of The West Coast Chapter of The Black P Stones, T Rodger’s Cause of Death is Unknown At This Time.

The founder of the West Coast chapter of the Almighty Black P. Stone Nation Bloods gang, T Rodger’s cause of death has not been revealed after he passed away on August 2021, at the age of 65. May the legend rest in paradise.

Humanitarian, author, actor, producer, peacemaker, street legend, gang leader, poet, musician, director, organizer, consultant, advisor, visionary, trainer, diplomat, and the list goes of adjectives that can be used to describe T Rodgers.

Born and raised in the slums of Southside Chicago, specifically in the area of 47 the Street. His mother moved them to Westside of Los Angeles, to the area known as Baldwin Hills when T Rodger was only 12. Additionally, well-known as “The Jungles”, Baldwin Hills was once a Middle-Class haven for African-Americans however has since become synonymous with gangs, drugs, violence, and murder (hence earning it the lifelong name of “The Jungles” because of the inherent danger associated with living there).

Just like other young, black men in the turbulent 1960’s, there weren’t many chances available to T., and he immediately became confused in many gang-related struggles.

With the permission of the “Main 21” (a term used to describe the original twenty-one leaders of Chicago gangs who agreed to merge with the Blackstone Rangers), T. formed a chapter of the “Almighty Black P Stone Nation”, who at the time, and contrary to popular belief, were in fact a community-based and backed organization and not a lawless gang; somewhere along the way, unfortunately, this would change.

Rodgers, credited as a founding member of The Almighty Black P. Stone Blood Nation, was recently involved in ending short-lived beef between Game and Young Thug.

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T Rodger’s Cause of Death May Relates to his Surgery 

Although there is no official report about T Rodger’s cause of death at this time, some claim he lost his life due to the health problems he recently suffered; On August 10, 2006, he successfully underwent surgery for a kidney transplant.

Also, T Rodger lost his 25-year-old daughter to sickle cell anemia and this illness could be his cause of death too.

US day News can not confirm any rumors but our team is searching to find related information and provide the latest updates as soon as possible. Stay with us.

Through his work first as a notorious gang leader and then as a respected community leader, T. was approached to work in the film industry getting his first breakthrough role as Dr. Feelgood in 1987 with Dennis Hopper‘s now-classic, the seminal gang movie, Colors. Since then, T. has appeared in many films and television programs as well as provided technical advising to the 2001 hit Training Day starring Denzel Washington and most recently B.E.T.’s reality show Baldwin Hills.

T. Rodgers had the distinction of being one of the first ex-gang leaders to break into main street America via his numerous appearances in major films, television, and print.

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