Shakespeare seh that as time change man change. Dem boys slowly grow to accept this saying. When Jagdeo tun a Minister he look like ah innocent pity poor boy come from Mahaica. He tun out to be somebody that people question whether he ever tun a man.
When he was president he had no solution to de problems that Guyana had. Now he in opposition he got all de solution to de problems, including fixing de sugar industry which he know is dead. Because of that, dem boys now believe he walking round de place wid he own dead.
Like Jagdeo, dem boys also see Soulja Bai got a lot of people who walking round him wid dem own dead. And dem boys ain’t calling names fuh now.
All dem boys gun seh fuh now is that couple of dem is Americans who lef Guyana a lang time and come back. Dem boys did overhear one of dem last night at Palm Court that when he went to America homosexuality was a crime. Later it became acceptable. De man seh now dem mek it legal. He seh he not going back. He ain’t waiting for America to mek this thing compulsory.
But dem got people in Guyana who praying fuh Trump mek it compulsory suh dem can go an live permanently instead of having to live in Guyana prison. Dem boys know a lot of people who committing crime just to go in prison. Some others does do favours; dem don’t have to go to prison. And then you got those wid money. If you got money like Jagdeo you don’t have to commit crime or do favours. You just pay for it. Dem boys ain’t seh Jagdeo does pay for it.
Talk half and hope Soulja Bai doesn’t legalise that BT thing.
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