Malcolm Jenkins gives Super Bowl tickets to man who spent 30 years behind bars As one of the 32 nominees for the NFL’s Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year award, Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins received two free tickets to the Super Bowl. Via the New York Daily News, he’s giving them to Kempis Songster. From Songster appeal to the court.... Anjo Pryce was murdered by Kempis Songster and Dameon Brome, cocaine dealers for whom he worked, because the drug dealers had a bad day. They ran their drug trafficking business from a fortified residential abandoned house at 1435 Race Street in Philadelphia. One evening, September 17, 1987, after Songster and Brome had been hard at work all day selling cocaine, Anjo was late delivering their dinner, so Songster and Brome decided to kill him. Brome choked Anjo, while Songster stabbed him in the back and chest with a knife. After rewarding themselves with the cash from Anjo’s dead body, the two friends carried the corpse to the second floor, and then went to a local convenience store for cleaning supplies and plastic trash bags. Songster and Brome cleaned up the fluids that had spilled from Anjo’s corpse and, wrapping his remains in trash bags, drove to another location and dumped the body (N.T. 12/8/88, passim). Seriously?? This is the guy who will be seating in the free seats he got for being nominated for being the "Man of the Year"? These players really need to start thinking, for all their crying about black lives matter, you invite a drug dealer convicted of murdering a black kid because the kid did not bring him his dinner in a timely fashion? They really can't be this tone deaf, can they?