he told ne he was sick but man .. that shit is sad .. no wonder he was selling his records . he sent me a signed and sealed " music makes you move " for next to nothing .... SIGN SEALED AND DELIVERED .. R.I.P. TONY DEPULA
Damn, this is some bad news. RIP to a seriously underrated talent.Anyone up on the Central J Parlay EP he put out on Fat City here in the UK in about '95? Good record.
he told ne he was sick but man .. that shit is sad .. no wonder he was selling his records . he sent me a signed and sealed " music makes you move " for next to nothing .... SIGN SEALED AND DELIVERED .. R.I.P. TONY DEPULA ...? He was in a car accident. Unless you're saying something else.
he was supposedly sick prior to the accident.
he was supposedly sick prior to the accident. I hate dipping into personal business, especially it's an unknown health-related issue, but what struck me was that outside of him not having a seatbelt, the article stated that those who were trying to help him out the jeep found it difficult because of his weight.Of course anything can be said after the fact: he should've had a seatbelt on, people should've flipped the car over to help, police and an ambulance should have been there much faster than the 10 minutes it had taken to get to the scene, a lot of different reasons and factors.
No one should have tried to help him out of the vehicle in the first place if he was unresponsive, although you can't fault people for doing so since that's a natural reaction. Also, the 10 minute number is unreliable. Time slows down for people when they are waiting for an ambulance or firetruck. We usually show up 3-5 minutes after we get a call and people are always asking why we took 10 minutes to get there.
Playing the Monday morning quarterback on such a sad story makes me feel like a bag of shit, just thought I'd shed a little more perspective on the article.
Just found this clip. Pretty cool
Taken from Slammin' Rap Video Magazine Volume 4[/b]. Did you ever see those?