The real life Robin Hood’s didn’t steal from the rich and give to the poor, they were the rich and they gave back to their hoods. Robin Hood was an outlaw; he stole from the rich and gave to the poor. The hood legends from back in the day were considered Robin Hoods; they had their gangs and took care of those that needed the help.
Putting aside their exploits and looking at what these Robin Hoods did for their country, city and home Pablo Escobar is a good example of someone who was percived in their country as a Robin Hood, Escobar was a hero to many poor Medellín residents, he was credited with building football fields and multi-sports courts, as well as sponsoring little league football teams building churches football fields. Take a look at some other infamous real life Robin Hoods.
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ROBIN HOOD ACT: Buit many churches,distributed money to the poor through housing projects. He was loved among the poor in Medellin.
ROBIN HOOD ACT: Known to Harlemites for his help of cash and gifts to many impoverished blacks in that community.
[pagebreak] Rick Ross ROBIN HOOD ACT: Sponsored basketball teams, churches and was active in many community activities. [pagebreak]
ROBIN HOOD ACT: Sponsored basketball teams, churches and was active in many community activities.
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ROBIN HOOD ACT: Was a frequent contributor to Georgetown University, his support of the Georgetown Hoyas was seen a detrimental to the team.