Houngan Matt know your place!

Sweet Jones - August 23 2012, 3:47 PM

Know your place Houngan Matt. How dare you come on a Haitian website and call a Haitian man a "thief"?

You are one trying to steal OUR religion.

You want power in the name of our ancestors.

Come with Matt. You are in MY house now. Everyone knows you are the homosexual trouble maker who spreads trash about everyone in Vodou.

You try to be slick, but I am coming to you straight and telling you to know your place.

Vodou is real, unlike your kanzo;)
Houngan" Matt, if you want to talk trash on true Haitian houngans, always be without any mistakes.

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