Mission Born Out Of Madness (or ‘MBOM’) is a newly developed Youth Out Reach Program through mentorship by Gun Violence Victim, Antwan Reeves. He has partnered with P-SWAP to provide momentous exposure to diverse life activities to underserved youth.
The scars tell a silent story, but Antwan Reeves opened up for the first time Thursday about being shot 11 times as he and his cousin, St. Louis Rams wide receiver Stedman Bailey, were sitting in a car parked outside a Miami Gardens home on the Tuesday night before Thanksgiving.
A car drove by and someone unleashed a barrage of bullets on the car where Reeves and Bailey were sitting, parked outside a house at Northwest 199th Street and 38th Place. Bailey, 25, was shot twice in the head and survived. Reeves, a 39-year-old father of four who shielded two of his children in the back seat, took 11 bullets. There were four in the car.
Reeves managed to drive to Aventura Hospital and Medical Center, where he and Bailey underwent emergency surgery