- 30 years old
- Date of birth: Nov 16, 1981
- Place of birth:
San Diego, California, United States
- Date of passing: Jan 24, 2012
|Let the memory of Shabaka be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Shabaka Ahdee Lazimba, 30, born on November 16, 1981 and passed away on January 24, 2012. We will remember him forever.
I am laying here thinking of you. Your birthday is in a few days & I want you to know you are missed. Man, your son Isiah is quite a young man. I love him much. Anyway Shabaka I want to say you are missed & loved.
Happy birthday, sweet one! You are loved and thought about daily in Kentucky. We love and miss you dearly. Rest in power!"
"Baka, I just wanted to say "Thank You from the bottom of my heart for EACH AND EVERY LITTLE THING THAT YOU EVER DID FOR ME AND ALSO EVERYBODY ELSE. YOU ALWAYS MADE ME FEEL AT HOME AND ALWAYS HAD GREAT THINGS TO TEACH ME...I WISH I WOULD of stolen some of your recipes BECAUSE BOY COULD YOU COOK...You enlightmented me everytime we saw each other and I loved all your african artwork and things that you made. I REALLY WISH THAT WE COULD HAVE MADE THAT TRIP TO AFRICA TOGETHER AND I REALLY STILL WANT TO MEET YOUR GRANDMOTHER AND MOTHER AS WELL....YOU ALWAYS WERE THERE TO HELP OTHERS AND ALWAYS SO SELFLESS. I LOVED THE FACT THAT YOU AND I COULD TALK ABOUT EVERYTHING EACH TIME EVERYTIME AND YOU NEVER ONCE HAD ANYTHING BAD TO SAY TO ME AND EVEN DID THINGS EVEN I WASN'T COMFORTABLE WITH FOR ME EASILY WITHOUT PROBLEMS...YOU ARE A TRUE MAN IN MY EYES BECAUSE YOU ARE TRULY ONE OF THE GREATEST PEOPLE I COULD HONESTLY SAY I KNOW AND I CAN'T AND WILL NEVER FORGET YOU...I WILL NOT EVER FORGET YOUR CHILDREN AND MOST DEFINITELY THE REASON WHY YOU AREN'T HERE WITH US IN THE FLESH...I VISIT YOU A LOT WITH THE HOPES OF YOU GIVING ME GUIDANCE AND ALSO ASKING TOU TO PLEASE WATCH OVER ME AND OUR FAMILY...YOU REALLY ARE A GREAT FRIEND,FATHER, BROTHER, SON, GRANDSON, GARDENER, BUILDER,ARTIST,COOK BUT MOST OF ALL A DECENT CIVIL HUMAN BEING, AND I JUST WANT YOU TO KNOW THAT YOU ARE LOVED AND MISSED AND I THANK YOU AGAIN FOR EVERYTHING,EVERYTHING YOU HAVE EVER GIVEN ME,OR LESSON YOU TAUGHT ME, AND THANKS FOR SHARING YOUR CULTURE WITH ME....YOU ARE A SWEET LOVING PERSON NOT TO MENTION EXTREMELY HELLA INTELLIGENT AND HANDSOME. REST IN PEACE ALWAYS, MY BAKA-BAKA.....I AM SO VERY GLAD TO HAVE BEEN ONE OF THE LUCKY ONES IN YOUR LIFE....LUVVVV U ALWAYS, LUV!!!"
"I know you're resting in power!"
"It's been 3 years since you've been gone and I still can't believe the person I used to fight with every single day is gone. It still feels so unreal. I mean to the point where I don't even talk about it. You were more than just my uncle you were more like my brother and my protector. We always fought but I always knew it was coming from a good place. I miss you more than words can explain. I know watching over us and probably still staying on my case about not listening and being hard headed. I'm working on it lol. I love Unc and Happy Birthday!"
"We've been thinking about you very deeply these last few days, remembering your smiles, your fun on your birthdays, and conversations we have with you even though you are not here with us in flesh. Always there in spirit and love......."
"Love and miss you, Bak. Think about you everyday. Our love for you remains strong. Rest in power, sweet Baki"
"I miss you"
"Youth - by Shabakla Lazimba
The youth, is why the elders weep
The mountain needed to be climbed is so steep
They cant run, cant hide, so they stride and
unconsciously abide, the wicked pride
So put it aside, lets reside to walk in the footsteps
Of those who strived, and stayed alive, through all the
Jive, and trickery, causin all the bickery
Attitudes of a false history
See, the truth is not a mystery, but its cold, bold and blistery
So tears fall from the eyes’
of those who see the prize,
Drops of happiness and sadness,
All the youth in this should grab this
Once it happens its like magic
Better yet like automatic
Respect for the masses, should be taught in all the classes
In every grade that passes, we need this water for our grasses
In every generation for all’s emancipation,
Love, respect and equalization, is the main education
Visualization of a nation with that realization
Ooooh weee, how beautiful to be --------
In a world where her is just as he, they have and
So do we,
To live is just to be -------,,"
"Hey Baka I was just thinking about you.
I love you man!"
"We had a beautiful day at Mt. Hope Cemetery today celebrating Shabaka's life. Thank everybody for coming, loving, and enjoying each other. Shabaka's spirit was definitely there with us. And thank everyone who called, texted, and emailed us their love and support. Never stop giving us your love. Together we will make a better world! Looking forward with love."
"Today Shabaka's Kentucky family remembers the very loving young man who came into our lives so many years ago. Shabaka was such a special gift and the most beautiful surprise when he came into our lives. He was the funniest, most energetic, free-spirited young man ever. We continue to adore him and his memory. May he rest in power. The Fields Family, Radcliff, KY"
"REST IN POWER, SHABAKA!"
"Shabaka made an everlasting imprint on my life in such a short period of time. He inspired me to walk without fear...as he did; To speak the truth and be direct regardless of what others may think...as he did; And to love, love, love and have faith in love~>"
"Shabaka, my sweet prince. . . I always called you my prince because you really held a seat on the throne of my heart. I will never forget the first time I saw you. I never fell in love at first sight until that day. God alone knows how much my heart aches for you, how much, even through the years, I will always love you, my gentle prince. Watch over & guide us. Miss you. Rest, sweet prince"
"Thank you everyone for your contributions."
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