rip oils we had are diffrences at times but we was str8.shits real i feel real bad bout dawg i know the feeling..graffiti is one thing this is life so niggas stop beefin on sum petty ass shit just live ya life and fuk drink smoke and most of all paint ya lazy bastards..condolences to his family and friends.till better days..crome m.s.g
RIP OIL respect to his family and friends.HEST MSG
RIP OILS...Even though the crews may have had some problems he was always cool with me.
damn.. this guy was a big inspiration... those OILER and SMASHER frieghts still stickin out in my mind... he was definitely bi-county, if not tri-county... ...Rest In Power.
REST IN PEACE.......!!...............
word up...oils was one of my favorite bombers of all time...fuk the issues between the crew..when it comes down 2 it we are ALL writers and its a sad thing 2 lose anyone in the game....rest in power oiler...
Oiler was Nation-Wide my friends. Smashed the streets and trains. Your letters will be missed in the graffiti community, a true component in the scene. Condolences to his Family and Friends.
Knew Bernie since I was 16. We were friends, and then we were enemies, fought many times over the years, and then we sorta squashed it and then we was straight. Last time I saw him he gave me a marker and we completely smashed some night club in the district with black ink and acid....Never saw him again. That was many years ago. The TSC's will remember Oil as a fighter and a writer. Classic handstyler, Westchester comedian, constant motivator, and one of our strongest competitors and worst enemies. Respect. Condolences to friends, fam, and crew.----Quake
Oiler...a prolific artist in the street game of graff. Literally had the game on lock in the golden years of Miami's bombing scene in the 90's. This dude was an inspiration...seeing his UNMISTAKEABLE "OIL" throw-up here in Miami from heavens to highways to local street walls to light poles...it didn't matter. He was a true bomber...no holds bar type shit...and his style reflected that. A true originator in Miami to the meaning behind "trademark" bombing.His throw-up is ageless and un-matchable....as is his contribution to the game as one of the best of the best in my book.Rest In Peace "oiler"...another legend in the game. Damn...DEKOimages
damn couldnt put it any better than that my brothernice to see everyone come together to show their respect and put all beef aside.
I thank you for showing your respect.
thanks for the love. you know if it wasnt for him i would have never met any of you guys.skem
damn....that's too bad to hear...oil definitely reached a level that not too many people reach in graffiti.....Rest in Peace and condolences to his family and friends and crew...death is much bigger than graffiti beefmuch respectreal sorry to hear about your lossReams
never got to meet the dude. and despite all the crew shxt i send my condolences to his friends + family r.i.p. OIL
I know about the beef yall had.....BUT -I aplaude you msg crew for showing your upmost respect...r.i.p oilstrue legend
I think it's time now to crush the beef, no? It's just been going on for to long over stupid shit. You even have some of their crew members coming on and giving respect to you now. R.I.P Oil
RIP OILS. Never got to get to know OILS but I saw him a couple a times in the streets. I wish we can squash it all one day so we can just live. Shout out to his fam and crew. We know what you're goin through.
I think its time to squash this stupid beef..if not now,when?? this is getting to old an tired to keep on going.SLIE1
Bernie, when I met him I asked him what he wrote and he said "Deez" I said "I never heard of you" he said "Deez Nuts!"he was alright.
The more I think about it, the worse it gets. I wish that he was just an enemy and someone I could easily forget, but he's not.He was a part of my life and I can remember the good and bad times.I met Oils when I was 14 or 15, before the beef was an issue. We would chill, drink quarts, bomb shit and go to clubs(Jessie's & Union bar) for years.I would never have to call him, I would just head to the beach, I knew he would be there. Bernie had a BIG personality, you loved or hated him, most of the time both.He would bomb and fight without fear and more often then not, I would find myself saying "Bernie, what the hell are you doing?".That was Oils in a word, WILD.Even after the beef started we always kept it cool,we just kind of pretended it was not there. We would call each other and start yelling about someone or something and before you knew it we would be laughing about it.We put aside all the MSG/UB/FE vs BSK/FS/EP/STV stuff and just chilled as homies.No one can deny that he is an will always be a true graffiti legend. His throwups pieces and hand styles were distinctly his. He crushed not just Miami but the whole state of Florida and some say the nation with his freights. He was and will always be a MIAMI GRAFFITI LEGEND and most important a friend. Rest In Paradise homie..CYME.aka.Jimmy V
well said cyme..that dude was what guys like me allways looked up to..he just crushed everything,made a name,an backed shit up! 2009 has been a rough year man.SLIE1
im hurting as a fan and friend ...this might be what it takes to stop the beef...imagine what we can do if we just chill....miami has some great old school crews that need to chill on beef.oils u have been an idol in graff..and a great friend im going to miss you..this is to msg crew ..you could've gone one way but you did whats right ...much love on giving oils the respect that was owed...r.i.p "my head is bowing low"
no disrespect but how did he pass?r.i.p oils I used to see u up in the 90"s on the palmetto
R.I.P Oils good luck on the new journey!-immix
yesterday morning i was woken up by calls ,texts from alot of people. about this i was thing ???? funny for some reason i kept on thinking about OILER for a week. don't know why. so i went on line to see if it was true. so it was i went back to sleep but i felt like shit and i wasn't bable to go back to sleep thinking about this and all this fucking dumb ass fucking beef shit about nothing i been fighting all my life on this graff shit we fight each other like 3-4 times i always had respect for him and the crew. anyways after work i linked up with my nigga F U E M from Bom / Ibm /Tc5... i did a OILER chrome effect Style burner last nite where OILS toyed my Ceb Burner wish i had more time to do some miner cleaning lines it look fresh was done @ 8:00 am with trians passing me cars hucking nuff said!!!! O I L E R // C E B Z K E E clowning back in beach high.... R. I . P E R E Z
so much respect is flowing from both sides...I think a halt is gunna be called,never knew both sides had soo much love for oils,guess things arent so divided after all..I didnt know oils,but respect to MSG an EP for not being childish on this.CALL A HALT, this shit is dead an gone!SLIE
It's really not a question of if, the beef will eventually get squashed, it's just a matter of how soon. I'm not affiliated with msg/their crews or ep and their crews, but I have been around long enough to know the history behind it all. You guys have a rough past over the dumbest stuff, you guys could link up with them, (I'm not pushing holding hands and kissing eachother), but just crush as a unity instead of crushing eachother.
this calls for unity between crews, in memory of oil. squash the beef. set an example for the young'n's. collaborate. rock the streets.rest in peace oil.
Horrible news, Bernie was always a good person, and friend to me. We started writing around the same time, and years later i always gave him props for staying up, and gaining fame far outside of miami, then florida, and the US.Its a shame hes gone, his carrer as a tattoo artist was just building speed and he was already becoming dope.hope your at rest, i'll miss this homieComa
I remember meeting oil as bernie back round 97, but never knew him on a personal level, he used go with my dawgs sister,crazy cuz he is also no longer with us(my boy), I remember everything in my dawgs room had oil throwys and handstyles all over, every sheet of paper lying round every folder magazine poster, dude had a nice hand, anyway my condolences go to those close to him,..RIP OILER.... ABSTRK
When I got the call Sunday morning, I don't really think it set in for a couple of days. Like Jimmy said the more I think about it, the worse I feel. Bernie told me once "I knew you before you were on MSG" and yesterday I was thinking about that. How all our lives were restricted from one another. Usually, he was on the other side of the fence but when we'd see each other, it was chill. That laugh. If you've heard it you would never forget it. Bernie embodied everything that was true to this craft and when you meet someone like that, you don't forget them. He wronged me many times and after each of them, we were still cool. I had asked him one night what he thought of my shit, to which he replied "I like it. I like your letters". Unbiased praise from a real respected writer in the game. For what its worth to whomever reads this, I will never forget. -BANE
rip oilscodolences to the perez familiacrooklyn 09'
Seriously...after all of this that I have read...it brings one question to MY mind.I ask to all you writers...the nighas that love the game and have so much respect for it...from minimal level to superb skills...we all know this game is a harsh one because it is MORE than a game. We all know how "OIL" separated LIFE and GRAFF, keeping friendships that were true distant from the feuding graff war...and not letting the negative have effect on the positive(from what I have seen you fellas express). We know that OIL kept it going, never fed into "we are the world" type of thing, simply because he believed in the essence of GRAFFITI. War is war...beef is beef...in the graff game we know what that means, and OIL showed us that and showed how far it can go and how long one can hold on to that beef.And the question I have is...if OIL was in front of you...with no threat of his life being taken...BUT you ask him if his LIFE depended on it, would the beef between the crews be done for. Would you rather give your life and end you life with this beef ongoing, or would you, OIL, finally put the beef aside so you live one more day to see the best writers in MIAMI GRAFFITI history rock a wall the way it should be-alongside one another...?This question goes out to all the nighas that "personally" knew OIL(I never met Bernie-but I was familiar with OILS work)...from both sides of the track. Mysteriously this passing of OIL has had a real effect on the world we love so much. Miami is so big...but then again so small because someway somehow, we all know each other by some means. As a huge fan of the graff...I ask that you fellas take this into perspective.Much respect to all the writers who keep it moving, without letting life obstacles and circumstances slow you down or bring you to a complete halt.Once again...RIP to a Miami great...OILER...or as most of you know him....BERNIE. You and your work will be missed.Peace.
fist and foremost, rest in power OILER. i never had the chance to meet him, but i did see and respect his work growing up as a kid. regardless of not knowing him,and despite the drama and beef, im sure he was a great dude. from what i see on this blog, he obviously had an effect on people. on another note, being that im new to MSG, i understand i have close to no say. but in my opinion this beef is far beyond immature, and needs to stop. it started over some petty shit. the political aspect to graffiti is ridiculous. we all started writing because it was something we loved. we shouldnt need to worry about "who we can and can not BUMP" on bombingscience. sometimes we need to set aside our egos and give credit where credit is earned. face it. both sides have outstanding writers and artist. we all share the same passion for graffiti... theres no reason why we shouldnt be able to recognize that.OILS was a dope writer, he had great foundation and structure, along with cleanliness. much respect goes out to both him and his crews.-9Teen
much respect to him and his work. never got to meet him eather, wish i would have had the oportunity.... but its a reminder to all of us that life is short and we should go out and enjoy it as much as posible and fuck everything up while we can, and its the perfect time to concider truce in my opinion, we are losing to the buff, we arent as good a scene because we fight each other and that energy could be going into beeting the buff and making miami known, but its just my stupid opinion....my condolences to the fam,crew,friendsRESPECT.I.Pverm
damn bro your a big inspriation to me as a upandcoming artist. I always thought whatever you did was really nice from tags to pieces.i just gotta say rip to a true nigga-Sike
wow what the fuck happened1
oiler aka tatto master aka throwie king aka knock you fukin lights out aka real loss to the graffiti game...rip KING OILER
r.i.power. oilsi never got to meet u.u were a great ispiration to me.condolences to his family/friends-hero M.U.A.
went out last nite and did ah huge roller for oiler. in orlando florida. i usta live in miami 1992-2000 and oiler and info and ster and crome kepos ener twice u were considered tru street kings. thats what made me fall in love with the streets of miami guys were. sorry to here the bad news.
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Thanks for the kind words,my crew is mourning as you all know,we(the graff community)lost one of its biggest,brightest and freshest stars the game has ever seen in the state of florida,he influenced us all!...Thanx....Stv prez
like most said...beef amongst crews is bullshit now a days...at the end of the day we all just artists...i knew OIL since who can remember but we wasn't cool cuz of some crew bullshit...that's why i rep no one but myself...RIP OIL....say whats up to my niggas up there...Mage One
im touched, and not in a michael jackson kinda way. funny how death humbles everyone...r.i.p. oiler.
Old memories of all the great times we had will never be forgotten, R.I.P. Homey
bernie, i miss u so much.... its always terrible to lose someone, but u were just too much. you had such an influence and inspiration to us all.. not only were u a writers writer.... u were genuine, real, and down to earth. rest well homie. i remember being a gineah pig when u first started tattooing.. all the memories are strong on my mind. you always knew how to make me laugh.. legends never die.
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