Baltimore dirt biker Pacino "Chino" Braxton is auctioning off his custom bike to benefit local program B-360, which aims to educate and attract more students of color to STEM, while also making dirt bike riding safer.
It’s usually illegal to ride dirt bikes on city streets, but on Tuesday afternoon, riders could be seen zipping down North Monroe Street in West Baltimore and popping wheelies while filming a movie scene.
Michael Yeboah, who grew up in Manchester and lives in Hampstead, is making a name for himself through through music, putting his community on the map as “Da Kid Emm,” and headlining his first tour this summer.
Violence has again struck the Baltimore rap community as Trayvon Lee, manager of slain Baltimore rapper Lor Scoota and brother of popular dirt bike rider Chino Braxton, was killed Wednesday night near Druid Hill Park in Northwest Baltimore, police said.
Since rapper Lor Scoota's death, Baltimore dirt bike rider Chino Braxton and other young black men have been speaking out on Twitter about their exasperation with Baltimore's violence and their desire to leave.