Four people were shot and killed in Baltimore over the weekend, including former Loyola basketball player Gerald Brown.
The 34-year-old father of two grew up in the city and he did skit comedy and volunteered to coach basketball after becoming a legendary player in the city.
He was known for his sense of humor and love for basketball. He led an undefeated team at Frederick Douglass High School and played at Providence and Loyola University Maryland.
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I found a hundred pics of me & my guy @geesongzz partying & laughing but this 1 means the most.This is right after the Freddie Gray incident when we marched together through the city of Bmore demanding justice 🙏🏽🙏🏽 .Not only were you 1 of the funniest,realist coolest people alive you were were an amazing father and always showed up for the city when we needed it most 🙌🏽damn we going to miss you g 😢😢 #ripgeesongz
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