Li’l Joe do wha Jagdeo never do and Jagdeo handle more money than him. Li’l Joe know that he can only use so much money, therefore he got to give back.
De other day Soulja Bai do de same thing. He give nuff money to dem old soulja to help dem in dem last days and to help others who wuk fuh de country but never mek enough to see dem through dem last days.
Li’l Joe decide to give de increase back pay he get to help wid street lights in three place. De others gun do de same thing because dem got to prove that dem ain’t greedy. But what about dem pun de other side.
When de government pay de back pay Jagdeo decide that dem got to give it back. Rohee couldn’t seh nutten till Jagdeo mek de announcement. Well dem boys seh that two months pass and all who Jagdeo seh gun pay back ain’t saying a thing. And dem ain’t giving nutten to anybody.
Is de same thing wid de Berbice Bridge. Jagdeo get Brassington and Luncheon on behalf of de NIS to put in nuff money.
When was time to pay back de money, de Bridge people pay everybody else except de people who put in de most money—de ordinary people money.
Is that does mek people talk bout putting you money wheh you mouth deh. De other people does talk bout putting money in dem pocket.
De one from GPL who tek $28 million fuh heself, promise to pay it back and then go way to Canada and get a lawyer fuh write how de man got a right to keep de money. Wha de lawyer actually saying is that if everybody could tek, wha do he man.
Is de same tekking mek de same GPL man did get a good broadside pun Main Street. Dem boys seh that he promise a man something and he tek de man money. When he couldn’t deliver, de man get a cutlass and wait fuh Deo—that is de GPL man—and put some broadside on him.
He boss see de broadsiding and he think that Deo was getting chop up. Strange, no police ever get involve because Deo tek he licking and keep he mouth shut.
Talk half and don’t mek money rule you.
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