Houngan Matt's new name "Yo Pa konnen"

Sweet Jones - August 23 2012, 8:23 PM

Houngan Matt You replied under the name " Yo pa konnen" that should be your spiritual name. Because you don't know, lol. Trying to talk about other Simbi's when that trashy bottle said it was for Papa Simbi...this is an insult to Vodou and all Haitian people.

The colors for PAPA SIMBI is GREEN and white not that mess. You are right "you don't know"...That is your name. You can fool a non Haitian, but Haitians see you are a JOKE...hahaha

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