Grew up in the slums of Chicago IL. with a mom who smoked crack and a dad who slung. Living in an apartment where the police regularly visited for domestic violence and crack heads tweaking in the stairwells was all B knew. The school system in Chicago hardened B quick for it was get hard or get punked, bringing a gun to school was the only way to force respect until he finally was caught and thrown in juvenile detention by the age of 15 with a class 3 felony for unlawful possession of a firearm on government property. Chicago courts tried B as an adult and gave him 365 days in Cook County Department of Corrections and 3 years probation. B hit hard times, barely skimming a GED by the age of 16 and officially dropping out of school. Once out B carried on the lifestyle his father set him up for. Slinging crack and selling unregistered firearms out of his grandmothers Cadillac. B was re-incarcerated after having a physical altercation with his father after he stole money from B, trying B for a second time within the court system of Chicago. While inside of Crook County once more, B met a man named Kalko, nicknamed KK, who offered to give B real money for a real job. After B was released early he skipped town from probation and flew out to Chernarus to pick up army surplus AK-47's.