Man, you think I give a fuck about a motherfucking red light? Faggot cops can’t touch me. I’m out here smoking weed, speeding, all that, dawg. Fuck that. That’s me. Untouchable.
When you think of the most ruthless, evil, notorious, crazy cats with no regards to human life in a few classic hood flicks, many come to mind. Today, after watching Paid in Full a few cats came to mind off the top of my head. I’m going to keep it hood and keep it gully with my favorite 5 hardest cats in some of the most talked about hood flicks that put Hollywood in the streets. Bunz from Belly almost made the list, but I wanted to keep it at 5 . These cats are in no particular order, so you can rate them and pick your favorite in the comment section. Hit the jump for my fab 5.
Life would be different if God was a bitch.
Doughboy has to probably be the softest cat out the bunch (no homo). He started out his life of crime stealing asprin from the store and then it led him spending his teenage years in and out of the state penn. But you can clearly tell he was down to do whatever. If this flick was a little bit more violent, he would of been that motherfucker that would of been the crazy one out the bunch most definitely. He is Ice mutherfuckin Cube, that NWA cat. Besides, he told the bitch to “Shut the Fuck Up” with a gat ready to aim and shoot at a group of Bloods on Crenshaw. If that ain’t hard, I do not know what hard is. Too bad that cost the life of his brother, but he get his payback at the end.
You gotta snap some collars and let them motherfuckers know you here to take them out anytime you feel like it
Bishop probably was the most insane psychotic of them all. He was always down to do whatever and did anything to get that respect, that “Juice”. Played by the over-rated rapper Tupac Shakur, Bishop convinced his 3 compadres to rob a liquor store for a fuckin measly few bucks to earn that Juice. If that is Juice, then I’d rather have a bottle of Hennessey. After Bishop, pops Old Man Quiles, things turned and Bishop even kills his own homie, Raheem. Bishop was determine to keep that gun and it gave him that power to do whatever he wanted. He ran up on Radames in broad daylight to rep Riverside after poppin him like it was a stroll in the park. Bishop was one smart cat though to set up Q. Besides anybody who is willing to shoot someone in an elevator full of people, deserves to be one of the hardest.
You gotta rob to get rich in the Reagan era.
Nino Brown the mastermind and co-founder of the Cash Money Brothers was hard enough to run out the entire tenants of the Carter apartment complex turning it into his crack cocaine domain. Played by Wesley Snipes, Nino flooded the streets with dope and violence that led him into a war with rival crime families. New Jack City took you to it’s very first scene as he had Duh Duh Duh Man dropping a man from the bridge. Nino had no remorse for anybody who crossed his path. Not even his ace partner Gee Money as he killed him for exposing his empire to undercover cops. I did not like Nino just because he had my man Pookie killed. But that son of a bitch got what he deserved after taking a lesser charge, snitching on his crew, only to end up being killed by the “Old Man”. Nick Peretti’s facial expression afterwards, was classic. I had that same grin.
Hey Ace, pull your skirt down B, dudes get shot everyday.
Rico was the flashy biking riding Dominican cat that did not give a fuck. Played by Cam’ron, he was all about flashing his money, riches and only cared about one person during the flick, himself. As he met Mitch in prison, he linked up with Ace and soon as Mitch got out the bing, these 3 ruled the streets of Harlem. Rico was all about himself through out their reign. He wanted to expand their empire beyond the streets of Harlem into D.C. This guy shot a guy in the ass, murked Calvin, and even murked his own homie Mitch for the 14 kilos. All this because he wanted that connect from the jump when Ace wanted out. Damn, no sympathy for Mitch’s kid being held for ransom as you murk your homie for the ransom dough.
We gonna go in and smoke all these motherfuckers. I don’t care who the fuck out there. Goddamn it, is you down, nigga?
O’Dog was the streets devil. Cleary from the start of Menace II Society after poppin my uncle at the liquor store after his mom was disrespected. The popular “I feel sorry for your mother” line still used to this day, was all it took for Dog to bust a cap in that chink. Dog who orginally was suppose to be played by Ice Cube, was played by Larenz Tate and did a hell of a job. He was a mudering bastard that did not give a fuck about anything as if the consequences didnt even matter. Not only he did not give a fuck about anything, but he was stupid. He did not care about popping a crack head after being offered fallatio for some crack and jackin him for his cheeseburger. A-Wax and Cain were almost just as bad, but I chose O’Dog from toting a shotgun, that classic first scene from the liquor store, and then video taping it for all to see.
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