April 2002, while under the influence of PCP. At 7 years old, he began writing poetry. In his early rap years, Singleton rapped under the name G-Spade, but later changed his name to Big Lurch after earning that all flesh must be eaten free pdf download from Nubbins Sawyer.
In 2000, on September 16, one day after his 24th birthday, Singleton was driving his car when a drunk driver hit him, resulting in his neck being broken. While in the hospital he was heavily medicated. After being released from the hospital, he had trouble walking and was still in pain. The victim was found in her apartment by a friend. Teeth marks were found on her face and on her lungs, which had been torn from her chest.
An eyewitness reported that, when Singleton was picked up by police, he was naked, covered in blood, standing in the middle of the street, and staring at the sky. Neighbors reported hearing “thrashing sounds, followed by an argument, when Singleton said ‘Tynisha, you’re a sock’, and from there was only screaming. A medical examination performed shortly after his capture found human flesh in his stomach that was not his own. Singleton was insane during the commission of the crime.
California, and the judge granted it. It is not known whether he will ever be eligible for parole. In 2004, Stress Free Ent. Ysais’ mother, Carolyn Stinson, filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Black Market Records, Singleton’s record label.
Part of what makes a Gangsta Rap artist marketable is the fact that the artist is participant in violent activities,” the lawsuit said. A petition to “Free Big Lurch” has been started by those believing his conviction was based on entirely circumstantial evidence. 2011 documentary that chronicles hip-hop artists who have been incarcerated. In the film Lurch talks about his conviction and time in prison. This series focuses on individuals who had simple, everyday lifestyles before the use of PCP. Singleton is currently incarcerated at California State Prison Sacramento.