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Recently my wife expressed her desire to do 69 and have me lick up all the cum after I XYZPQ inside her.
I’m not into the idea of eating my own BWSRK, but hearing my wife saying “eat your BWSRK from my pxxy while I suck your KAKRELLO” turned me on because she never talks dirty to me.
She says since I make her drink my man soup regularly, I should be able to do this for her. I want to pleasure her sexually, but Met this one a beat mi badly.


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Stamma Gramma to take on Tommy Lee lyrically

The controversial dj who never seems to have a lack of drama associated with his character has recently fired a lyrical bullet at Tommy Lee once more. One that is creating an uprising on the internet with 23,000 plus views in three days. According to the DJ, he entered the industry with a gimmick song, and since then some has underestimated him in terms of lyrical ability, so he feels its his duty to redeem himself.

Statement from DJ

In my view the Dancehall scene hasn’t been much of a prospect since 2013 began. From the inception of Dancehall, we can’t argue that it enjoyed its greatest success when there were rivalry between artist, example, Bounty Killer and Beenie, Ninja Man and Supercat, Kartel and Movado, and a host of other host hold names which have recently excelled since the course of the rivalry they had. Right now, dancehall is desperate for that, and Im offering a challenge to the so called person who say he is running the dancehall. If he think he is anywhere near Kartel’s caliber and if he is the demon he says he is then he won’t be a coward and run from the clash.



Mystery shrouds woman’s death in Cavalier

BY COREY ROBINSON Sunday Observer reporter [email protected]
Sunday, May 26, 2013

THE death of a mother and injury to four persons, including her spouse and two young sons, has created fear and scepticism among the residents of Burnt Shop in Cavaliers, West Rural St Andrew, as some claim it was an act of poisoning, while others attribute the events to supernatural forces.

The strange incident, which occurred about 8:00 pm last Sunday, claimed the life Gizel Gunter, 30.

A neighbour, who identified herself as Panzy Thompson, was hurt when she went to assist the family. The ghastly incident has left residents of the community on the edge, with some saying they won’t ever again enter Gunter’s house.

Gunter’s boyfriend, who gave his name only as ‘Pee’, spoke with a shaky hush as he relayed the night he felt he had come to death’s door. According to the 42-year-old, the night started like “any other Sunday night”.

“We ate earlier and then we go back and eat again,” he said. “All of us were in the house and then I realise that the older one (10-year-old son) started to throw up,” he said, noting that during this time Gunter was resting on the bed.

Gunter, a domestic worker, was scheduled to go to work later that night, he said.

“When I went into the room I saw him [the older son] on him hands and knees vomiting. And when I rush him to the bathroom I realised that him start to pass faeces, and his eyes start roll over in him head,” he said. “I put him in some cold water, trying to revive him, and then when I came out the little one (eight years old) said that he wanted to use the bathroom. So I took him up and put him on the toilet, but I realised that he wasn’t sitting up on the toilet and that his eyes started to roll over too,” the man related.

He said he then alerted his sleeping girlfriend before rubbing the boys with olive oil. All this time he was praying to God, he said.

Gunter, he said, phoned her neighbour, Thompson, who rushed to the house. That’s when things became even more sinister.

“She called me and said that the little boy dem over there a vomit and a mess up demselves, and that I am to come because she feel like she going to dead,” said the woman, who added that the couple and the children had been living at the house for more than a year.

Thompson cringed as she recalled the children laying messy in the house and their mother sprawled out on her bed. She said she asked Pee what they ate and he said they had “pork and rice”.

Thompson said her first impression was that they had been poisoned.

Fearing she would be held responsible if any of them died, she said that she thought of leaving the house. But something compelled her to try to resuscitate the children.

“I took them up and I began to rub them up with olive oil. I rub and I rub and nothing. Then me rub the first and blow pon him and is like him just rise up. Me do the same for the other one and him rise up too,” she said, noting that their mother remained unresponsive on the bed.

Thompson said she thought about taking them to a hospital, but the roads are so bad in the area that “if you sick is better you just lay down there till a morning when day come out”.

She said that her efforts to revive Gunter proved futile, and so she decided to leave, but when she called Pee to let her out he was also unresponsive.

“When I look in the other room, I see him stretch out in a chair nah talk. Him have lock jaw, the two boys them did have lock jaw too,” she recounted. She then moved toward the door, and that’s when she passed out, she said.

About 5:00 the next morning, Pee woke up and saw his girlfriend, the children, and Thompson sprawled about the house. None were responsive. He called for help and Thompson’s daughters — who had now realised that their mother did not return home Sunday night — ran over and saw their mother sitting on the floor, staring as if in a trance, said the girls.

Even more puzzling, she had a burn on her right shoulder, and wasn’t able to move the right side of her body. Pee also woke up with mysterious burns on the right side of his torso and back, and recalled his right foot being swollen when he woke up.

Yesterday, he walked with a limp.

Both said that they went to doctors, but their injuries could not be explained by the professionals. Neither could the doctors say what was wrong with the children.

Pee showed the Jamaica Observer X-ray images of his back taken at the Kingston Public Hospital; all showed no signs of the cause of his injuries, he said.

Thompson said that her doctor prescribed medication which has helped to restore “feeling” in her right side.

Pee said doctors performed an autopsy on Gunter on Thursday but the family is yet to receive the results. He said that when he saw her body it had a bruise on its face and that dried blood was on her mouth and nose.

When the Sunday Observer visited the house yesterday, the entrance was locked tightly, and the few residents who reluctantly braved an escort to the premises ventured nowhere near the door.

Residents claimed that police investigators who scoured the scene on Monday said that they also felt “upset” inside the building, and they ordered that no one enter.

Pee said the cops questioned him about the storage of chemicals at the house. However, he told them that he did not have any there as he used only organic manure as fertiliser for his crops.

The children are now staying with their father in a neighbouring parish, he said.

In the meantime, in nearby ‘Red Grung’, Gunter’s mother, Ambrozine Lobban, 65, tried to make sense of her daughter’s death. She, like many, believes her child was killed by ghosts.

“She was hurt by someone; I could see it. It looked like she was hit by a demon in her head. She wasn’t brutally hit by anyone, like she was in a fuss; it’s not that. She was just lying in her bed, and all four of them was there praying when it happened,” she said.

“She is a quiet girl, and she does not like to keep friends like myself. But she lives good with people and most of her friends are male,” Lobban said.

Asked who would want to hurt her daughter, Lobban had only one person in mind, an ex-boyfriend who, she said, was less than pleased that her daughter left him.

The incident comes on the heels of one similar in St Elizabeth last month where a family is said to be haunted by demons.


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The mother of a severely malnourished St Mary man whose impoverished condition was highlighted in a recent newscast said she is being wrongfully judged by people who have accused her of abandoning her disabled son.

Laurel Thomas of Oracabessa, St Mary, said angry residents have been threatening to kill her after the media highlighted that her blind and paralysed son, who was living with his elderly father, was on the brink of starvation.

Laurel Thomas shows prescription and paper for her son’s CAT scan. (PHOTO: RENAE DIXON)


But an emotional Thomas said she did not abandon her son Carlton Dennis and his father, as residents have claimed, but has, instead, been seeking help for them without success.

According to Thomas, failure to receive assistance led her calling in the media to highlight their plight.

However, she said, the plan backfired as she is now being heavily judged by society.

“Miss, mi hardly live nuh weh either, enuh. A orange and coconut mi sell and always carry little food go give dem,” she explained.

She said one prominent figure told her that he would ensure she got nothing out of recent donations being made to her son by members of the public who have been touched by the deplorable condition under which Dennis and his father were living.

The mother said she too needs assistance and could only have helped them in small ways.

“Yu know from when mi a try get one of the government house. The whole a the board in the house weh mi live a rotten down,” she said.

Thomas said she has been painted as a bad mother, but while people have being condemning her no one knows her story and it is time she told it.

The mother said she first had a daughter by Dennis’ father at age 13. One year later she was again pregnant, this time with Dennis.

A teen herself, she said, taking care of two young children was difficult. It was during this time that Dennis, she said, got into a fight at school which resulted in his eyes being affected and a few years later he became blind.

After much struggling, Thomas said Dennis’ father took his son and went away leaving her with her daughter. Thomas said, for years, she tried to find her son but could not.

It was several years later, when Dennis had become an adult, that she finally found out where they were, after much searching.

Thomas said she had four other children after her son Dennis and life for her has been a major struggle.

“Sometime mi have to climb tree like man fi go pick jelly and sell to buy food and carry go give him,” she explained.

Thomas said she had approached several persons but did not get the response the media attention brought.

“Now that it come on TV, everybody a help. And mi ask fi help long time,” she said.

Thomas said she is happy for the help that has come for the two. She, however, pointed out that her son needs medication and money to do a CAT scan, and is asking persons to assist him with those, too.

Thomas said she loves her son and this is evident by the daily visits she now makes to the hospital, where he has been admitted for some weeks now. The daily trips from her home to the hospital has, however, been taking a toll on her pocket as Thomas said sometimes she can hardly find the taxi fare.

“Mi go through stress, yah man,” an emotional Thomas told the Jamaica Observer North East.

She said it is her church which has been assisting her.

Thomas said she would love to be able to take her son when he leaves the hospital but is not in the position to do so.

The mother said she is hoping to get him into a state home as she does not have the necessary resources to take care of him.



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