But after years of gang banging, Jenkins grew tired of the dangerous life. “[Selling drugs] worked for me for a little while until it started to get me into trouble, so I had to find something legit to do.” A mutual friend introduced Jenkins to Smith and the two became fast comrades.
Jenkins then enrolled in the famed culinary school Le Cordon Bleu, and from there things began to change.
The way it works is Jenkins puts the daily menu on Instagram and people then place their orders.
The men make everything from the simple yet comforting chicken and waffle,s to the popular and more decadent Pineapple Friday dish which is made up of King Crab, lobster, jumbo shrimp and salmon over white rice covered in Teriyaki Sriracha sesame seeds and green onions placed inside an actual pineapple.
Young women attending private schools and living in the Home Counties are being drawn into crime by their ‘bad boy’ boyfriends, academics said.
Middle-class girlfriends are highly prized by violent gang members because they can stash weapons, drugs and cash under the police radar, a study warned today.When a member manages to get out of a gang with dignity, he definitely loses the gang's protection but does not lose his former enemies.Why: The excitement of gang activity, which often involves violence, danger, and outward expressions of cultural biases, coupled with the acceptance given by fellow gang members, provide the social support and community involvement that are often lacking in the lives of young male gang members.Mass media has a way of conveying a message that makes this way of life attractive which can entice a young girl’s desire to date a gang member for all of the wrong reasons.However, some girls may not fully understand the repercussions of this decision and how this association can affect their lives.“The gang stuff, the shootings, now that I’m in this kitchen, I don’t go through none of that,” Smith said.