Soulja Bai just celebrate a birthday and was a quiet day. Long time people use to send birthday card to people. Dem boys believe that birthday card did gone out of style until dem find out that de post office had to deliver a huge stack at State House.
People who never talk to Soulja Bai send him birthday card and dem mek sure that he could read de signature. Bee Kay send a big one. Some restaurant send food AND cake. Dem send so much like if Soulja Bai was keeping a party.
But he had some friends who visit because dem know Soulja Bai don’t drink but he don’t skimp de likker. Li’l Joe and Moses and Rum Jattan visit de man at he home. De likker flow and de food wouldn’t run out because Sandra didn’t have to cook.
Night ketch some of dem sporting. It also mek some one of dem nearly dead. Dem boys don’t want to call name but one of dem Ministers and people can guess is who, walk through de gate to go home. He so high that he could find he car. He see a car coming and when it passing him he notice that it look like it slow down.
This Minister jump inside and sit down in de front seat. He nod off for a bit and when he wake up and he look at de driver he ain’t see nobody but de car driving. He shut he eye and when he look back he see a hand come through de window and turn de steering wheel.
De Minister belly knot up and he bladder get weak. By this time de car reach near de Bank of Guyana and he jump out. He land in de canal. He fly out wid one speed and run up de road. He didn’t stop till he reach Palm Court.
He start fuh tell de people how he end up in a car that a jumbie was driving. He tell dem how he couldn’t see no driver and then he see a hand come through de window and turn de wheel. Just then three men come running up.
“Is not this mad man who jump in we car when we was pushing it?”
Talk half and wish Soulja Bai a happy birthday again.
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