hizar khan


muslim


borother its music that you are listening to brother its haraam we both share a beutful religion in islam would you memorise whe you can memorise quran brother were do you get this weed you smoke from and tell me were you get this little chain from your headd to a life that i came from but look at me now look how i am standin ill say it proud islams out standin i was in the studio rapping with the mandim but now i say fathia as my daily anthem forget about jay ze hes not real here buy a cd from muhammed jibreel the art is emotional it will sutton your fillmake you wonder what you are doing on the corner allah is gonna quistion back the day i sent a warner i warn you to warn you that you could do better but you was to busy here smoking on your ganja and if would listen you wouldnt be in this position you might beg for second chances that you could do this thing diffrent

Submitted: Sunday, July 15, 2012

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