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Fredo Santana Wants To Run For Mayor Of Chicago

Who understands the violence in Chiraq better than Fredo Santana? The violence in Chicago has surpassed over 600 homicide victims thus far in 2016. Fredo, who hails from 61st and Indiana on the City’s South Side, believes it is his duty to curb the violence in his hometown.

Fredo expressed strong desire to change his hometown during a series of passionate statements on Twitter.

Fredo wrote, “I see wats going on … let me run for mayor of Chicago then??”

In order to run for mayor, one must not have any prior felonies. Fredo does have a criminal background, but says his felonies occurred before age 17.

Fredo wrote, “The felonys I got that will stop me from running was when I was young before 17 an I’m 26 now so don’t bring up my past.”

Fredo went on to praise former Chicago mayor Richard M. Daley who served six terms in office.

Fredo wrote, “Like I miss da days when mayor Daley was our mayor an he help with the neighborhood.”

Fredo told followers if he were mayor he would establish youth centers and counseling centers on every corner in the city.

Fredo wrote, “These kids don’t need jail time or to be shot they need counseling they going thru a lot they need help.”

It is impoverished conditions that lead to psychological trauma. Fredo recalled growing up impoverished and being aware of his predicament at the tender age of 10, demanding answers from his mother who could barely support him.

“I was like, ‘Mama, what the f--- is going on,’” he recalled during an interview with Village Voice.

Fredo’s grew to become depressed by his living conditions.

“…I’ve always been happy, but I wasn’t happy with the surroundings. My surroundings,” he told Village Voice. “My aunties and my mama and my neighbors. The community. Just the black community. The culture. How it just keep going and keep going. The poverty. All that. I wasn’t happy with that.”

Chief Keef also announced plans to run for mayor in summer 2015.

“I’m running for mayor of Chicago….. Vote for me!!!!! It’ll be the best thing done yet!!!!! Yall gonna love me in the Office,” he wrote.

Sosa’s announcement came after he slammed current mayor Rahm Emanuel for canceling his “Stop The Violence” concert in Hammond, IN.

Hammond police pulled the plug on Sosa’s hologram concert despite it being benefit concert to raise money for baby Dillan Harris. Harris was killed Saturday, June 11, 2015 when his stroller was struck by car driven by gunmen suspected of fatally shooting Capo.

“Call Mayor of Chicago @rahemanuel 312-744-5000 and tell him to stay the f*ck off the people’s music #StopTheViolenceNow,” he wrote.

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