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Our Chugmmander n' chief, Head Bro of the Brouhaha. Partied three years at Texas A&M while pursuing a video game design degree before being forced to drop out for filming babes gettin' they stink on in the co-ed dorm's toilets.
Raised by Ukrainian werewolves in the wilds of LBC, former bowling alley DJ and CEO and founder of the One Eight Eleven Entertainment music empire, $krizzle knows how to party and knows what it means to be a man.
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Awwwww sh#%! Yo, you can do that like zero times before that sh#% gets on you like a giant pu**y rag draped all over your head and shoulders. It is important to respect your parents. Especially your moms. She do sh#% you can't even consider cont-him-plating when you're 15, like flushing all your pills or trying to get you to quit your mini-bike gang, but you got to recognize that was done for your good, son. Your dad, if he was there for yall that is the most important thing, the sacrifices he made and sh#%, think about that. He livin' through you nigga. All his aspirations and shit. When he dies you carry on the blood. You gonna step away from that shit? Recognize it.
Mangs, don't sweat it. Getting caught up in what your parents did in the past is hella brogus. Live in the now. Find a babe with a nice rack. Put some diesel in your man-tank and rev it up. We create enough freight for ourselves within the context of our own lives. We do a disservice to our loved ones by shouldering their freight too. Would they desire the sacrifices they make in order to free us from responsibility to, in turn, curse us with the millstone of guilt? I don't think so, mangs.
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