That so call priest ( Anganman) WENT TO CELEBRATE THE HOLY...

Peperish - August 31 2012, 8:12 PM

that so call priest ( Anganman) WENT TO CELEBRATE THE HOLY MASS WITH HIS BODY BUT FORG0T HIS BRAIN HOME OR WHERE HE WAS SMOKING CRACK COCAINE.

JAH KEROUS DIL KONSA SISPANN KRYE POU " SALAMI RASI"

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