Notorious D.C. Hitman Wayne Perry’s 1st Interview After 22 Years (AUDIO)

Notorious D.C. Hitman Wayne Perry’s 1st Interview After 22 Years (AUDIO)

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Wayne “Silk” Perry is the most infamous gangster to ever walk the streets of Washington D.C. He’s been called the Michael Jordan of the murder game; a professional head hitter and alleged killer. The streets hold a definite respect, a curious awe and a healthy amount of fear for the man they called Silk. “Wayne was one of those niggas that lived by the code, but played by his own rules.” Says E, a gangsta who came up under Silk.

In the Chocolate City era it was by any means necessary and Silk took this attitude to new extremes with his boldness in the face of adversity and challenges. Nobody was off limits to Silk and nothing was undoable. According to police, Silk was legendary for his willingness to kill at will- in broad daylight, up close and personal, in front of the police- it didn’t matter if you were on his hit list you could be killed anywhere at anytime. It’s alleged that Silk would lay in wait for his prey all night until he got his opportunity to strike. Murder, robbery, drug dealing and extortion were said to be his business and he took it seriously. He prided himself as a man that could put his mind to whatever he wanted, as he conquered all aspects of the game.

Wayne Perry is the man who protected self-proclaimed Harlem drug lord and notorious snitch Alberto “Alpo” Martinez. Working as an enforcer for the so-called Martinez organization, a powerful DC-based drug ring, Silk acted as bodyguard and hitman for Alpo, who after he was apprehended by the law and arrested snitched on his loyal right hand man, Wayne and countless others.

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But Silk didn’t get down like that. He took his on the chin and kept on fighting. He held true to the code of the streets that spawned him. He’s gone down in infamy, as one of the top soldiers from the Murder Capital.

A letter from Wayne to his Ex-Wife Twala
A letter from Wayne to his Ex-Wife Twala

A true warrior and hustler who lives by the creed of death before dishonor. The Washington Post called him one of the District’s most heinous murderers, and twenty years after his rise, the streets are still talking about him as Jay-Z mentions him in is song “Tom Ford.”
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imageAfter being buried in the BOP’s Supermax prison in ADX Florence, with other notables such as Larry Hoover (sentenced to life in state prison in 1973 for murder; convicted in 1997 of drug conspiracy, extortion, money laundering, and running a continuing criminal enterprise for leading the Gangster Disciples from state prison); Haji Bagcho (Afghan national and one of the largest heroin traffickers); Juan Garcia Abrego (Gulf Cartel criminal enterprise that smuggled thousands of tons of cocaine and marijuana into the US from Mexico); O. G. Mack (Founder of the United Blood Nation gang; convicted in 2002 of racketeering and murder conspiracy, as well as narcotics and weapons charges); Thomas Silverstein (Aryan Brotherhood prison gang leader).


Wayne is now in the Washington State system serving out his life sentence and made his spiritual transition to Islam. Wayne now known as Nkosi Shaka Zulu-El wants to reach back to the troubled youth and lend them his voice of truth and wisdom. Nkosi Shaka Zulu-El lives and dies by his morals which are loyalty and honor and would rather face death before dishonor.
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