Allen Stanford was big thing. He set up cricket competition and had de whole region playing. He even set up a winner take all contest fuh one million American dollars. He was de biggest thing and he mek nuff young Guyanese cricketers get rich.
De next thing dem boys know is that he end up in jail wheh some real, real bad man break he noise and beat he. This was a man who use to pride heself as a Texas billionaire.
Stanford in jail and Bobby tek over. He got de same plan fuh de cricket—same twenty overs and of course fancy prize, He promising that nuff cricketers gun get rich. Dem boys don’t know wheh this money come from and how it come suh sudden. Bobby ain’t no Texas billionaire and only de other day he had to depend on Jagdeo Government fuh money. That money was to buy drugs but he didn’t have to buy all de drugs same time.
In fact, dem boys find out that dem had times when no drugs buy but de money pay. Well this man big like Stanford. Some seh that he gun end up like Stanford, wearing that same pumpkin jumpsuit.
This is a man who ain’t got to tell how much he buy de Guyana franchise for. He ain’t got to tell nobody how much he buy de whole thing for because dem ain’t got no law which seh that me got to talk.
And he leaning pun he best friend who more powerful than Mandela. Mandela never get five doctorate and he was never Champion of de Earth. Bharrat can’t get de title Father of de Nation because Cheddi done get that. But dem boys seh that he can get reputed father of de nation. Fa be stepfather he woulda got to do certain things but he lef Bobby to do that.
Talk half and watch who gun join Stanford.
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