Eugene "Big U" Henly, a former Crip Gangmember, now as a community activist, tells some of the climaxes of his life that lead to his change of mind now. He touches on being shot 7 times, the gang life and how Malcolm X influenced his life.
As kingpin gangbanger of "The Body Snatchers" back in 1992, he was sentenced to 23 years in prison for robbing an undercover sheriff.
Big U talks to "The Tammie Mac Late Show," and sheds some light to living this particular lifestyle and applying certain concepts that were soaked up as a child, to his new path in life. It seems that his influence on Malcolm X is what saved his life.