i know this is not what most ppl would consider hip hop but to me i cant hold my joy and the fact that black history is part of hip hop culture.i am proud to be black and i will share my joy with who is willing to read. This is my report on my visit to heaven about Barrack Obama win:
Celebrations are hitting town to town, city to city, country to country and continent to continent. We have seen celebrations done all over the places in the world and in Kogelo, Kenya so many cows have lost there lives due to the political victory in just concluded US elections, there is one place people are not giving a look and fore seeing what the celebrations are going on there. Am reporting live from heaven and i am Emigee Hussein, every one here is in party mood and its the only time the Almighty has allowed wine into the premise as a party instrument and not for digestion as before, Moses is on the decks and spinning the wheels of steel, and Noah is the lead MC of the Event. After staying the whole night waiting for the results now they can call it a celebration. God has made his Press conference and some of the things he has mentioned include his full support for the President elect Barrack Obama and he was in a jovial mood and he says he will work with him to make earth a better place and for sure some of the key things he mentioned is people should learn and work for unity. He mentioned creating us from his own image and we should be proud of the President Elect in the US. His speech was rather short but he was very emotional for his son Barrack Obama has won the election. He fore sees success and promised his helping hand to guide President Barrack Obama. People are every where i can see Samson on the dance floor and all he told me Was “I cant believe another black man has rose to power and is seen as hope, i am black from Ethiopia and i had power like physical and he is from Kenya and with political power. The world has seen black is power and more so good fresh power” those are his words Samson who was once the strongest man who ever lived. Angle Gabriel is so full of joy can’t even figure out how to express it, his robe has swept the dance floor while he was dancing and for sure it’s very slippery. Elijah is chanting “tonight!!! we getting Holy Ghost Crazy” i mean he has been dancing ever since the elections were cast early November 4th , the mood here is more than the State of Illinois, reports are falling that God has gone to take a rest and Jesus is left in charge of the celebrations going on in Heaven at the God’s tears Garden, the attendants are so many close to half a million people, this is for sure victory here in heaven and its loud i cant even hear my voice, i have had a few interviews with some high profile people here and all of them talk of true change and excitement is all shown on there faces. I talked to Peter, Zachariah, Obadiah and Isaac and they are all happy and are sending congratulatory messages to Obama. Well at this rate and with Jesus in charge he may turn every liquid to wine even bath water. Any way lets hope Jesus will not do that. It is evident that President Barrack Obama enjoys support all over the world and also in heaven. It is not only in Kogelo, Kenya where the party’s at. The party is all over the world from Chicago to Japan here in heaven and every where. Well I don’t want to miss out the party so i will hand back to our correspondent back in earth. Wait!!! I hear reports’ coming that Obama is the second Christ and that is from a Memo Written by God and he is granting him the wisdom better than the great King Solomon to guide this world and unite the nation. And there it is, he is declared the SECOND CHRIST, that’s it form me Emigee Hussein back to our correspondent in earth.
Even in heaven there are celebrations
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Posted 05 November 2008 - 01:35 PM
lol. easy dude.I feel him though. funny thing; when Kibaki won, Kyuks said '' 'we' are in power''. funny how they all still broke. same thang coulda happened with whatever tribe. lets hope things are different overseas. i aint too optimistic though. black people will still get harrased by police, prejudiced against(maybe a little less), it will all be the same unless a SYSTEM is changed, not a PERSON. Kenya iko kwa map sasa.
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