PRODIGY ON PRISON REFORM, THE 13TH AMENDMENT, FOOD & SICKLE CELL ANEMIA
Rest in peace to Platinum selling Rapper Albert “Prodigy” Johnson of 90s Rap group Mobb Deep who died last week from compilications of Sickle Cell Anemia, a diesease he suffered from all of his 42 years. Since going to prison in 2008 “P” focused on his health and diet subsequently reversing his symptoms. Since being released in 2011 hes become an activist educating people on Sickle cell disease and the cruel and harsh treatments of prison life. But releasing 2 books, 5 albums and a rigorous tour schedule in and out the states since his release ultimately took a toll on his body. Heres one of his last interviews at MIT discussing prison reform, the 13th amendment and his new cook book.