"Bought Myself A Coffin"- Instagram Big Boy Shows Off His Coffin In Anticipation Of His Funeral
As always, someone invents something with a good purpose in mind and evil people turn it into something bad. Such is the case of the internet and social media.
However, there are many people who are not sane and use the internet to rile up other crazies who resort to violence. It’s unfortunate that our Politicians have not addressed the issue of the internet and dealing with mentally defective users.
Instagram is a popular big boy and japanese singer, known by the name of Japesa Kenya on the Instagram following his recent post. As with tradition, people can tell how they want to be buried or how they want to share their property before they die, so that they can rest in peace.
Japesa Kenya already talks about how the cap he bought is buried when he dies. He 'bought me a baby to avoid a problem of helping me to buy my baby' sharing photos of hisself posed with the casket.
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