Greed is a disease. It wuss than death. Is sheer greedy people deh in Guyana. Jagdeo greedy. He build a big fancy house wid nuff, nuff bedroom and none, none body fuh run in dem.
He seh that he sell that house fuh $120 million but some people nah believe, including dem boys. De Hanna Rebel tell dem boys he do de transaction and he is a scamp.
De greed in Jagdeo mek he build a mansion wid more bedrooms and yet nobody fuh run inside. But dem boys hear that one, one night he de Jagdeo, Bobby, Boyah, Brian and de fat scamp does deh running inside.
Dem does play pull down because dem ain’t satisfy wid wha dem got. That is all dem boys saying. Is to such a level that dem tek greed. Dem want to mek de impossible, possible. That is greed.
Greed is an uncontrollable appetite for more of something. It may begin by fulfilling a healthy desire, but it can change into a habitual craving.
Bobby born a good, good child. He mix wid de wrang set of people and became a greedy MoFo.
But dem boys start going to church fuh dem and dem boys praying fuh dem.
Only yesterday dem boys learn that de greedy people neglect to remember that de Creatah we serve knows every hair pon dem head (Brazzy and Jagdeo loss almost all), every thought dem think (like de scheme that dem come up wid to win de drug contract), and every spiritual need dem have (dem want to be like God and live forever pun this earth.
That is why nutten is enough fuh dem, not even de billions they already stack up).
He also know that dem don’t guh to church. Even Brazzy stop going but if dem think law suit gun shut dem boys mouth, dem lie.
Talk half and demand that dem change dem greedy ways.
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