Director Cordaryll Ward of Blind Folks Films is pushing forward with his much-anticipated “72 Hour Nightmare In Roseland” documentary.
The documentary chronicles the tragic life and death of Chicago boy Robert “Yummy” Sandifer.
Ward touts the project as “documentary of the year.” It has even gotten the support of Waka Flocka Flame.
Ward released a five-minute preview of the doc.
The story of Yummy is chilling.
Yummy was a Chicago youth who lived a life of extreme poverty and violence before he was tragically murdered at the young age of 11. His tragic upbringing and death earned him the cover of Time Magazine in 1994.
Earning his nickname from his love for cookies, Yummy was out in the streets early in life becoming a felon by age 9. Yummy, an affiliate of the notorious street gang Black Disciples, had his hand in numerous criminal activities, including arson, armed robbery, car theft and murder.
But it was Yummy’s upbringing that sheds light on his outcome. His mother was a prostitute and crack c------ addict who spent time in and out of jail. Yummy never knew his father who was also incarcerated.
At the order of Black Disciple gang members, Yummy went on a shooting spree in late August 1994 targeting teens he thought were members of rival gangs. He opened fire on several teens with a 9-millimeter semiautomatic pistol. One of the bullets struck and killed 14-year-old Shavon Dean.
Yummy subsequently went into hiding following his actions. Fearing Yummy would snitch, BD members and brothers Cragg, 16, and Derrick Hardaway, 14, murdered Yummy execution style. Yummy was shot in the back of the head with two .25-caliber rounds.
Blind Folks Films Release ‘72 Hour Nightmare In Roseland’ Documentary Preview
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