It’s Time To Pull The Plug On Mystikal

    Attention all yall players and pimps right now in the place to be…rapper Mystikal has been indicted by a grand jury in his home state of Louisiana. The Hip Hop spitterturned himself in to police about a month ago, after a warrant for his arrest was issued. 

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    @XXL Mystikal made a whole song called “Pussy Crook”. Idk why y’all are acting surprised.

    He is in hot water yet again for allegedly raping and kidnapping an unidentified woman. Hes been indicted by a grand jury in his home state of Louisiana and bond has been set at $3 million. 

    26-year-old Averweone Darnell Holman was also indicted in the incident for kidnapping and rape.

    42-year-old Tenichia Wafford was additionally indicted for obstruction of justice. This came as a result of police reports that she attempted to force the alleged victim to change her story in favor of the New Orleans rapper. Waffords bond was set at $500,000.

    This is not the first time Mystikal has done this perp walk, as he was also arrested and found guilty of sexual battery after attacking his former hairstylist back in 2004. He was sentenced to a six-year prison bid and served an additional 5 years of probation upon his release. Louisiana also made him register as a sex offender. 

    Why would a man who has been given so much treat his life and career with so little care? If this is true and he actually did what he is being charged with again, then its time to pull the plug on the Mystikal persona and his entire Hip Hop career because the man is a certified danger to society.

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    Just because you want a woman, that does not give you the right to force your will upon her. You would think that someone who sat in jail for years for this offense would not need to hear these words again. But apparently that is not always the case.