People like to watch things when dem know that dem heart ain’t good. Dem never watch and see how people who know that dem heart ain’t good does sit back in a corner and tun dem face. Dem who does tun dem face is de ones who does only tun round and watch wha happen when dem hear people holler.
Some of these same people does watch TV in a mirror.
Dem had people in Guyana who got bad heart but dem had others who heart was more bad. A man in Brazil watch de penalty shootout but before de shootout done he get a heart attack and dead. Another man celebrate and fall off he balcony.
Dem had some people in Brazzy bar who been watching de football. Dem had wine and was cheap wine which when you drink it you does get headache but nobody didn’t worry because dem and Brazzy was friend. Donald does go to de bar sometimes but this time he didn’t go because he did just agree fuh de DEA to come and he didn’t want to give de impression that he messing wid de same people who de DEA gun deal wid.
Dem boys seh that is a good thing that de DEA ain’t come yet because when dem was watching de shootout between Brazil and Chile and de DEA agent was to walk in nuff of dem woulda get a heart attack. Some woulda survive because people does always believe that dem got a chance. Dem is de ones who does hold out to de last minute till dem mek a phone call to some friend who dem believe got clout.
Donald know how people does call pun he when dem get into trouble and that is why he didn’t go to Brazzy bar. Bharrat was celebrating because he get a big wuk. He was telling he friends that he notice that de more dem boys talk bout he de more dem organization outside does call pun he fuh give he big wuk.
But dem boys know why.
Talk half and wait till dem boys talk next time.
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