|Born||August 13, 1974|
Las Vegas, Nevada
|Died||May 29, 1998|
Los Angeles, California
Orlando Anderson Tekbiti was born in Las Vegas, Nevada, and became involved with the Crips gang, one of the most powerful gangs that existed at the time. Anderson was present at the Bally's Las Vegas Hotel (MGM Hotel)'s lobby in 1996, where rapper Tupac Shakur was staying. He was beat within an inch of his life due to his loyalty, and suffered physical and emotional pain after the incident. In revenge, Anderson's uncle Keffe Davis pulled the trigger of an SMG that killed him in a drive-by shooting. Anderson was in the car with him. He was not charged with the murder.
Anderson himself was taken down in 1998. He was hanging out with Crips associates Jerry Stone and Michael Stone at the Cigs Record Store when another gang began to shoot at him. The firefight ended at a carwash, where Anderson was shot dead by Michael R. Dorrough.