Friends and fans react to M-Bone’s death at funeral service

Streetgangs.com Staff
May 29, 2011 | 9:50 p.m.

Monte “M-Bone” Talbert of the group Cali Swag District was gunned down on May 15, 2011 in his hometown of Inglewood, California. The talented dancer rose to fame when the group’s song “Teach Me How to Dougie” became an international sensation last year.

Funeral services were held on Friday at Faithful Central church in Inglewood. He leaves behind a large family including 2 brothers and a sister. Grandmother was very influential in Talbert’s life and she gave an emotional speech during the funeral service.

No arrests have been made in Talbert’s death.

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6 Comments for “Friends and fans react to M-Bone’s death at funeral service”

  1. mostknownunknown

    You know, I hear all these mexicans talkin’ bout they “nigger killers” but everytime I check the LA homicide report most “nigger Killers” are indeed “niggaz” themselves. Since no arrests have been made, maybe it was the eses puttin’ it work.

    • BANG!!

      You right about that, half those mexicans claiming nigger killer share turf with blacks! AS soon as they get in a conflict with one then their all of sudden nigger killers!

  2. diamon

    I believe the killer of M-Bone is a Black guy from the area.

  3. raw

    dis iz a clear example of set trip and old men

  4. raw

    work really means earning a living

  5. Ready 4 u

    the inglewood tres gang did it. why is everybody acting like they don’t know.

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