Trust is a master thing. It can make a pauper into a king. Guyana got nuff examples. Just watch Jagdeo wheh he come from and wha he become overnight. He choose de scampish way that not even a school child can trust him.
When that young scamp, Jagdeo, tun president, everybody was happy. Dem seh a young man tun president, he would throw away all dem old school mentality, attitude and race.
De man disappoint everybody. He nah only fail fuh change anything. Instead, de scamp add thiefing throughout de government and de whole country. He is tainted material.
Dem boys seh he is not de only one. And Soulja Bai know that. It got a man following in his every footstep. That man is now Joe Humble who learn from Jagdeo.
Dem boys seh it look like he use to tek night classes at Jagdeo mansion. He is damaged goods—hard to sell pun any market much less de Guyana market.
He betray de trust that Guyana had in him. As soon as he get in office Joe Humble hug every single one of de scamps who surround Jagdeo.
Dem boys seh he betray de trust dem had in him. When trust gone, is almost impossible to build back.
Is like a woman who trust she husband. When he ketch him wid another woman she might forgive him but she will never trust him again.
It cut both sides. A man ketch he wife wid another man and all de trust gone.
Even he colleagues in Cabinet talking. Dem whisper nuff things to dem boys and dem seh dem shame. Even part of de coalition got big problem. De Chairman resign and all because of Joe Humble style, he attitude and de love affair he develop wid ee new Chinese family.
Even that scamp Clinty de Willie disown him. He seh he been far from, Joe Humble. He didn’t even see him and dem been pun de same plane.
Jagdeo buddy pal Bee Kay who disown Jagdeo de very day de elections results come out run far from Joe Humble. Is de trust wha gone. Today Guyana is watching to see wha Soulja Bai and ee Cabinet gun do about Joe Humble.
Talk half and wait fuh Soulja Bai hammer
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