Boitumelo Oliphant

Rookie - 10 Points (1987 09 08 / katlehong)

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I find my roots in the torso of Bantustan, my father, my lineage.
I am defined by the demigods of my origin, bo Marcus Moziah Garvey,
My pride tiles around the boffins of my establishment, bo David walker, the black prophets of time

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