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The Junior Black Mafia terrorized inner-city Philadelphia in the mid to late 80s. Back in the day Philly’s tabloid newspapers ran headline after headline on the crew exposing their “Get Down or Lay Down” motto, detailing their narcotics empire and highlighting the murders they were accused of carrying out and allegedly committed. A lot of dudes were real nervous around him because of that crew.” That’s because Aaron Jones had a lot of killers around him. There’s two projects down South Philly that were tough, Wilson Park and Passyunk Projects. He tried to get his gun out of his Ostrich skin boots and got aired out.Since their arrests and convictions in federal and state courts their legacy has lived on in street lore and popular culture. Gorilla Convict Publications and author Seth Ferranti covered the story of JBM street boss Aaron Jones in Street Legends Vol. Dudes that would bust their guns in a minute and they were armed to the teeth. Diamond Street in North Philly was rough too and Richard Allen Projects in North Philly. Aaron comes up and tells Million Dollar Dave that he’s got to get down or lay down but Dave doesn’t go for it. This wasn’t Cali, this was rough and tumble Philly. The girl got in the car with the dudes and nobody ever saw the girl again, they said Aaron put the hit on Bucky because it was when Aaron was locked up and Bucky was supposed to get him some money and didn’t. “There’s a syrup spot down in South Philly that the JBM used to go to. Harambe the gorilla was killed during an incident at Cincinnati Zoo. There are a lot of mixed emotions concerning Harambe and whether or not the situation called for lethal actions by the gorilla’s zookeepers. As you’ve possibly read at this point, Harambe was part of the Gorilla World habitat at the Cincinnati Zoo, in Ohio.Since the zoo incident occurred, several experts have weighed in with their professional opinions on Harambe, what possibly could’ve happened, and why., Jack Hanna is one of the directors at the Columbus Zoo & Aquarium, in Ohio.A boriqua out of the Badlands tells about when Aaron Jones tried to push up on his homie Million Dollar Dave. That was the JBM.” The JBM would shoot it out but they were known for styling and profiling too. “The Fila sweatsuits, the Gucci sweatsuits- all different colors,” Ock says. It was rough in South Philly but the JBM went down there. Motherfuckers in Philly been drinking the syrup since the 70s.
Books have been written, fiction and nonfiction, movies made and magazine articles profiling the crew have appeared detailing their exploits as the baddest urban outlaws to walk Philly’s streets. 1 but here we revisit the story with some additional information our readers might enjoy. In the hood, getting that weaponry wasn’t hard at all. Tasker Projects in South Philly, that project was crazy. We run the Badlands, ain’t nobody coming up in here telling us what the fuck to do. The next day his guys rolled through again and lit us up. I busted back to, all of us did and when they saw that we meant business they left us alone and moved on to easier prey.” Dudes back then would literally get out of the car to do their thing. It was gun battles in the streets and on the corners. In her book , they had a shootout in there.” Ock says. At the High Rollers Club in 1991, at 59th and Market. I seen these cats coming out front, they was arguing, they was like 5 on one side and 6 on the other side. He had a store called the Sugar Bowl on 50th and Springfield on top of the hill, they had little meetings down there talking about certain shit.” It was a deadly and vicious era but now all the members of the JBM are either dead or serving long sentences, even life in federal prison.
Members like Aaron Jones, James Cole and Derrick Williams have given interviews from prison to street magazines like Don Diva and F. You know we get our info from the source, so here is an exclusive, straight from the penitentiary from a Muslim brother in the know. Little Saigon down 13th Street was a tough ass project on Fitzwater.” The inner-city of Philadelphia was rough all over but the JBM didn’t play. “They would drive up on the corner and say, ‘Where you getting your shit from? They rolled up and then a money green Benz rolls up behind them and Aaron Jones gets out in a money green Fila sweatsuit and money green Adidas. It was like some Wild, Wild West shit, all of a sudden they started shooting. Aaron Jones, the street boss of the JBM is on death row in Pennsylvania.
For the most part, these experts side with the zookeepers’ decisions to accordingly act.
World-renown animal expert Jack Hanna also gave his professional advice concerning the gorilla and the child.
“The JBM started about 85,” Ock, the Muslim brother in the feds says. Well, you got 24 hours to get down or lay down.’” Ock says. I rolled out, I broke around the block and rolled back around and these niggas was laying all out, bleeding. On the door where the handles were at they had JBM emblems on the door handles. When they got busted everybody said JBM meant, ‘Just Blowing Money.’ They went through everywhere.
“The whole Southwest Philly, a lot of cats was scared to go through there, Aaron is from Southwest Philly. Bucky was trying to get a key into the door and these jokers shot him.