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We don’t need the TTFA board! DJW and Salazar lift the lid in explosive I95.5 interview

Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams and vice-president Joanne Salazar said yesterday that they, along with vice-president Ewing Davis, acted on more than one occasion without approval from the TTFA’s board of directors and sought to justify their doing so in a radio interview on I95.5FM.

John-Williams was the driving force behind the interview as—in a departure from his usual low-keyed approached—he asked talk show host Andre Baptiste to invite myself, as Wired868 director, to debate Caribbean Football Union (CFU) and TTFA issues.

Photo: TTFA president and W Connection founder David John-Williams.
Photo: TTFA president and W Connection founder David John-Williams.

The TTFA president, who was frequently interrupted by Salazar, attempted to debunk statements from CFU president Gordon Derrick in two Wired868 articles, including one in which he accused John-Williams of breaking ranks to pledge early support to current FIFA president Gianni Infantino.

John-Williams claimed that as many as six from 31 CFU nations also voiced approval for one FIFA candidate or the other around the same time and accused Derrick and Wired868 of bias in the way the information was presented.

However, things got heated fairly early when I asked why John-Williams endorsed Infantino without discussing the matter with the TTFA board first.

Did John-Williams feel that the TTFA’s vote belonged to him alone to do as he liked? And that he had the authority to make decisions for the local football body without consulting his board as mandated by the constitution?

John-Williams claimed that it was a personal endorsement of Infantino and not a TTFA one.

Photo: Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams and new FIFA president Gianni Infantino at the TTFA headquarters on 27 January 2016. (Courtesy TTFA Media)
Photo: Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams and new FIFA president Gianni Infantino at the TTFA headquarters on 27 January 2016.
(Courtesy TTFA Media)

I pointed out that his endorsement on 27 January 2016—that was relayed to the public on a TTFA release, and shared on the local football body’s website and media channels—opened with a shot of the TTFA logo and introduced him as “TTFA president.”

How could John-Williams then claim that he was not acting on behalf of the TTFA?

Salazar interjected to say that the TTFA board of directors subsequently “ratified” John-Williams’ decision.

So was the TTFA board, I asked, being used as a rubber stamp for the wishes of the current president?

Salazar, who is a vice-president at Phoenix Park Gas, retorted that John-Williams’ executive committee, which included herself and fellow vice-presidents Ewing Davis and Allan Warner, had the power to make decisions without waiting on the board so as to avoid unnecessary delays.

I pointed out that it would have been another month before the 28 February 2016 FIFA elections and plenty of time for John-Williams to discuss Infantino’s bid with his board and try to persuade them to support his choice.

But, more importantly, the Wired868 editor told Salazar that she was absolutely incorrect since the TTFA constitution does not recognise an executive committee of president and vice-presidents and gives it no special authority whatsoever.

Photo: Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) vice-president Joanne Salazar (right) at a press conference in May 2016. (Courtesy Wired868)
Photo: Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) vice-president Joanne Salazar (right) sits alongside TTFA employee Michelle Lynch at a joint Shanghai Group of Companies/TTFA press conference in May 2016.
(Courtesy Wired868)

I directed Salazar to several excerpts in the TTFA constitution including Article 20.2: “The board of directors is the executive body.”

I asked her to find a single line in the constitution to support her statement and noted that the term “executive committee” no longer existed in local football’s guiding document as the only authoritative body was the board of directors.

Salazar did not use the constitution to defend her stance but insisted that there were “gaps” that John-Williams and his vice-presidents hoped to address by altering the FIFA-approved document.

The current constitution was ratified in July 2015, after an almost two year process.

Baptiste suggested that John-Williams and his vice-presidents could create a sub-committee, with the board’s approval, to effectively circumvent the constitutional strength of the board of directors.

However, the constitution has safeguards in place specifically to prevent a cabal seizing control of the board.

Article 20.3 says: “Standing and ad-hoc committees shall advise and assist the board of directors in fulfilling its duties.” What it did not say was that any ad-hoc committee could make decisions without board approval.

Photo: Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams (right) presents a Wired868 token of appreciation to "Soca Warriors" supporter Peter Cumberbatch during the 4th Annual Wired868 Football Festival at UWI SPEC Grounds, St Augustine on Saturday 2 January 2016. (Courtesy Allan V Crane/CA-images/Wired868)
Photo: Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams (right) presents a Wired868 token of appreciation to “Soca Warriors” supporter Peter Cumberbatch during the 4th Annual Wired868 Football Festival at UWI SPEC Grounds, St Augustine on Saturday 2 January 2016.
(Courtesy Allan V Crane/CA-images/Wired868)

The current TTFA board of directors comprises: David John-Williams (president), Joanne Salazar, Ewing Davis and Allan Warner (vice-presidents),Samuel Saunders (Central FA), Sherwyn Dyer (Eastern Counties Football Union), Karanjabari Williams (Northern FA), Richard Quan Chan (Southern FA), Anthony Moore (Tobago FA), Joseph Taylor (Trinidad and Tobago Football Referees Association), Dexter Skeene (TT Pro League) and Sharon O’Brien (Women’s League Football).

John-Williams and Salazar’s belief that they could make decisions without board approval was, arguably, the central sticking point of the 90 minute show.

I noted that when John-Williams hosted 17 CFU members for his Caribbean Professional Football League (CPFL) pitch—he had invited all 31 members—at the Marriott Hotel in Port of Spain on 17 and 18 June, the invoices went to the TTFA. CONCACAF and UEFA promised to help with the bills but it is uncertain whether they will cover the costs entirely or if they both paid at all.

The CPFL meeting—and, according to Derrick, it is unprecedented for a member nation to host delegates from the entire Caribbean, except through the CFU—was held exactly one week before John-Williams put forward his nomination for Caribbean football president.

John-Williams claimed the meeting and his subsequent bid for presidency were unrelated.

Photo: Trinidad and Tobago captain Maylee Attin-Johnson (right) collects the 2014 Caribbean Cup trophy from CFU president Gordon Derrick. (Courtesy Jinelle James/WOLF)
Photo: Trinidad and Tobago captain Maylee Attin-Johnson (right) collects the 2014 Caribbean Cup trophy from CFU president Gordon Derrick.
(Courtesy Jinelle James/WOLF)

Regardless, I asked how John-Williams could have the TTFA pick up the tab for the meeting without informing—let alone receiving approval—from his board of directors.

The football president pointed to an agenda for a board meeting, which was emailed on 13 June, and had Caribbean Football Union/UEFA/CONCACAF as line items. But the subsequent board meeting was cancelled, so members were never informed.

I retorted that John-Williams sent out invitations to the CFU officials on June 3. Arguably, the football president’s possible intention to inform his TTFA colleagues—almost two weeks after inviting Caribbean delegates and using local football money to book rooms, purchase airline tickets and hire translators and sound equipment—was another example of him using the board of directors as a rubber stamp, after the fact.

According to Article 36 (p), the board of directors “shall have the power to mortgage, pledge or otherwise create a security over any property of the TTFA, provided that: the security has been concluded in order to satisfy an urgent contractual obligation of the TTFA; the security does not surpass the amount of $1,000,000 (TTD).”

To date, the TTFA board of directors has not been informed as to the cost of the Caribbean meeting, which was not a contractual obligation of the local football body.

Photo: Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) vice-president and ex-SSFL president Ewing Davis does match commissioner duties during 2015/16 CNG National Super League Premiership Division action at the Matura Recreation Ground. (Courtesy Nicholas Bhajan/Wired868)
Photo: Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) vice-president and ex-SSFL president Ewing Davis does match commissioner duties during 2015/16 CNG National Super League Premiership Division action at the Matura Recreation Ground.
(Courtesy Nicholas Bhajan/Wired868)

And, more to the point, John-Williams and Salazar acted outside of the constitution by using TTFA funds, without board approval, to pay for services provided at that meeting.

Salazar claimed that it was normal business practice.

Could a bank manager, I asked, take money out of the company’s account to pay for his own swimming pool merely because he felt he had the capacity to repay?

Among other issues that came up was the: TTFA’s decision to send John-Williams’ daughter and W Connection chairperson, Renee John-Williams, to a FIFA TMS (Transfer Matching System) workshop in Costa Rica last month, hiring of W Connection Under-16 coach, Brian Williams, as Trinidad and Tobago National Under-20 coach, and the football body’s intention to put all national coaching and managerial jobs—with the exception of Soca Warriors head coach Stephen Hart—up for tender.

Photo: Trinidad and Tobago National Under-20 coach Brian Williams. (Courtesy TTFA Media)
Photo: Trinidad and Tobago National Under-20 coach Brian Williams.
(Courtesy TTFA Media)

John-Williams claimed that CONCACAF personally asked for his daughter to attend its workshop last month and insisted there was no conflict of interest.

I asked why would the football confederation want a solitary club—and the daughter of the football association member—to attend a meeting meant to explain its transfer system to Trinidad and Tobago? Would it not be more beneficial if a Pro League administrator attended so the information could be subsequently relayed to all 10 top flight clubs?

In fact, Wired868 was reliably informed that Renee John-Williams was recommended for the TMS workshop by a TTFA board member. And neither the TTFA president nor vice-president could provide proof that the invitation came from CONCACAF, or explain why the TTFA press release, last month, only acknowledged that employee Sharon O’Brien attended the conference and failed to mention Renee’s involvement.

John-Williams claimed too that the appointment of Williams (B) was on the recommendation of technical director Muhammad Isa, due to the body’s inability to pay another coach.

Photo: Trinidad and Tobago head coach Stephen Hart (far right) holds court with (from left) TTFA interim general secretary Azaad Khan, president David John-Williams, technical committee member Muhammad Isa and TTFA vice-president Ewing Davis in December 2015. (Courtesy TTFA Media)
Photo: Trinidad and Tobago head coach Stephen Hart (far right) holds court with (from left) TTFA interim general secretary Azaad Khan, president David John-Williams, technical committee member Muhammad Isa and TTFA vice-president Ewing Davis in December 2015.
(Courtesy TTFA Media)

I asked why was the TTFA technical committee received a shortlist of one person. John-Williams said it was the choice of his technical director, Isa.

However, at the time of Williams’ selection, Isa had not yet been appointed as technical director. Isa became interim technical director a month later.

And, as with Williams, Isa was the only name on the shortlist when the TTFA board of directors was asked to select a technical director after the controversial dismissal of Kendall Walkes.

John-Williams is yet to supply the TTFA board of directors with the legal advice used to fire Walkes although, according to the constitution, only the board could hire or dismiss the technical director.

John-Williams and Salazar confirmed that all coaches and managers must re-apply for their current positions, even in cases where they had letters of appointment. It could mean that Hart can have his technical staff altered against his wishes.

Photo: Trinidad and Tobago National Senior Team head coach Stephen Hart (left) and Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams enjoy each other's company during a press conference at the Hyatt Regency hotel in Port of Spain on 19 May 2016. (Courtesy Wired868)
Photo: Trinidad and Tobago National Senior Team head coach Stephen Hart (left) and Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams enjoy each other’s company during a press conference at the Hyatt Regency hotel in Port of Spain on 19 May 2016.
(Courtesy Wired868)

The TTFA president and vice-president refused to give a timeline for when they would act.

Already accused of personally interfering with national teams and the selection of coaches, John-Williams’ intention to oversee a complete revamping of all positions—if allowed by the board of directors—could arguably see him mould the staff of every national squad to his whims.

The TTFA president also accused me of bias and failing to give sufficient time for him to respond to questions. But, arguably, he could not point to any errors of fact on the website.

I95.5FM has promised to make the full audio recording of the interview available to Wired868 and it will be posted online in the near future.

Photo: Guaya United co-coach Akeno Morgan (left) talks about the CNG 2015 National Super League KO final with Wired868 director Lasana Liburd. (Courtesy Chevaughn Christopher/Wired868)
Photo: Guaya United co-coach Akeno Morgan (left) talks about the CNG 2015 National Super League KO final with Wired868 director Lasana Liburd.
(Courtesy Chevaughn Christopher/Wired868)

Editor’s Note: Click HERE for the full audio of the I95.5 interview.

About Lasana Liburd

Lasana Liburd
Lasana Liburd is the CEO and Editor at Wired868.com and a journalist with over 20 years experience at several Trinidad and Tobago and international publications including Play the Game, World Soccer, UK Guardian and the Trinidad Express.

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  1. I’m not sure which question I didn’t answer. I responded to all your questions. But no probs. 😉

  2. You have not answered my response and I know Richard Quan Chan, I will speak with him, he is an honest person.

  3. I did not agree to any comments made but what I listened to on the radio. So if the board is not divided they why can’t they agree or compromise on decisions to be made with the interest of the team n mind. We are fighting to much and at the end of the day when decisions are made and the team does well everyone takes the tap on there back and forget that they were an adversary

    • Judith, what happened is that the president and vice-president are simply doing things without informing the board.
      There can’t be disagreement if two parties don’t even discuss it.
      One side is acting on its own and thinks it can do as it pleases. There is no disagreement.

  4. Fortunately or unfortunately i heard the interview and it was rather interesting. I sympathized with the President and Ms. Salazar because I honestly don’t think there was malice aforethought in some of the decisions taken. However, This is a fantastic opportunity to do a proper analysis of the systems and methodologies of the operations of the TTFA. The effectiveness and or success of Mr. Williams is probably in need of some retooling since there is a bigger public to answer to. Your methods and sometimes timely decisions, unfortunately, cannot be used in the same manner as you would in your other business dealings. So….as much as it pained me to hear Lasana ripping you a new one, he was absolutely correct. I have a feeling though the drive and spirit you have or the way you do things is a problem and I will like to advise you that changing parts of the constitutions will never fix an innate culture of laid -backness, wait and see and shoo shooing, Whatever you so sir, please do the right thing so that a legacy can be left and emulated in the future.

  5. Jack Warner all over again…

  6. How could we support this man…T&T have you lost your minds..DJW must not be allowed to run TTFA as his personal club!!!

  7. That is not what was said. The content is wrong, what I listened to and what was said is the the board is divided and in the interest of progress and as TTFA president sometimes decisions have to be made to achieve urgent decisions in the interest of the team. Wired868 also agreed that there was a misunderstanding of what they had written about the president.

    • I was a bit tired and in traffic but I think I heard what you are saying bubbling through the conversation

    • Judith, I’m not sure what you think Wired868 agreed to. Or about any misunderstanding. The board is not divided by anyone but the president and vice-president.
      The president and vice-president(s) have decided that they are more important than other board members. And they make decisions without consulting or informing the others. Simple.
      And that is illegal according to the constitution.

  8. always bacchanal. when will we get it right in t&t

  9. Seems like something wrong with that TTFA president chair …….. all ah them does catch the same disease when dey sit on it ……… smfh …….. sports administration is such a joke on this place

  10. In the same way that management makes certain decisions without having to go to the board of directors in a company

  11. Come on man, that statement about PNM is beside the point. John-Williams and company are repeating the errors of their predecessors and selling us truck loads of bull shit to back it up. Unless something is done our football is going to pay a heavy price.

  12. I think SPORTT would only intervene if there is any indication or evidence of state funding being used for this.

  13. Adjust the constitution to suit who? Them or national football?? Me and those silly questions again!!!

    • Why weren’t these “gaps” in the constitution pointed out before the constitution was ratified? Were stakeholders not given a chance to review ahead of time? Sounds nebulous.

  14. What is Sport TT view on all this crap or the ministry for that matter? Shouldn’t this also be reported to other members of the CFU and COCACAF?

  15. Good news is we know about the fat pile of lard now …. so we know ge has to go rather than be stuck down the road.

  16. The firing of Kendal walkes was it done in a similar fashion we have the beginning of a dictatorship maximum ruler ruling by decree, the constitution is null and void,it is not worth the paper it is written on.

  17. Wot do you expect pnm pnm pnm pnm

  18. I couldn’t believe what I was hearing. Joanne Salazar was referring to something that didn’t even exist in the TTFA constitution. And SHE is supposed to be the brains of the operation! :-/

  19. Sounds like they all don’t know their own constitution as well as they should. Maybe that’s one of the reasons why the board is so ineffective??

  20. I listened to the discussion last night and must say that Lasana was very cool and handled his stories well. I think the lady underestimated his preparation for their meeting. Good job. Keep them on the tip of their toes

  21. Their so called defense was abysmal.

    Instead of defending their position they sink deeper into lies and exposed themselves more.

    I saw this interview as a challenge to Lasana but instead it was a confessional. Lol

  22. Lasana I listened to 78%…. Miss Joanne seemed head strong and bit disrespectful… Wanting you to ask questions she prefer you ask… I get the impression that she thinks the accent does all of us in….

  23. Yes, great stuff Lasana, shame the President and his safety net weren’t as prepared as you, we may have covered more football related issues.
    Next time!

  24. History repeating itself! Steups.

  25. Is DJW, Jack Warner in disguise?

  26. Seems like everyone’s forgetting the kind of money at play in football hell UEFA just announced a 830million euro profit and the competition ent even done yet what we expect when we put rats to watch cheese most of these people don’t have football and or footballers best interest at heart it’s all about the money

  27. Lasana I am in Guyana I did not hear the program. Oh gawd ease me up from this one nah.
    If I get a tape of the proceedings I would better be able to comment. Everyone on the chat knows clearly my position on consultation.
    Let me try to do my last few months in this Guyana job in peace nah. Help out a brother

  28. Jamaal Shabazz, what did you think?

  29. Lasana – You represented well. Congrats and well done. We need a better moderator next time – one who can help focus the discussion/debate. DJW is a mad man. I think we have clear misbehavior in office. The BODs should be abe to call for his resignation. Need to take a closer look at the constitution to see how we can rid ourselves of him and his VPs. smh

  30. Every time you think T&T athletes/sportsmen/women have gotten a break through from the past quagmire, it takes very little time to reveal that not one damned thing has changed………business as usual as the sporting disciplines continue its downward spiral while the new honchos play themselves. But one day, bai; one day!!!!!

  31. i’m not 100% certain that this arrangement is FIFA backed.
    It did not resonate that this is how it’s being done NOW.
    it more sounded as though there is some transitioning taking place and that the TTFA is somewhere in between the past and the preferred—but in a zone where the current elected officers feel comfortable enacting their own initiatives, rather than establishing a truly transparent corporate governance structure for the sport

  32. So am I to believe that other members of the board are ok with this blatant disregard of their decision making roles? Or are they too chicken shit to man up and say something about it???

  33. It is a clear conflict of Interest Lasana Liburd and John-Williams need to resign. He is basically doing what he wants and maybe in some way or fashion will undermine Stephen Hart good work and also only looking to hire ‘yes men’, so that any decision he wants to get through will always be presumed as ‘unanimous’

  34. Well, history shows exactly where this will lead if it is allowed to continue. So we will be doubly damned if it happens again.

  35. ..The culture of ExCo/Board redundancy is nothing new, but all the worse now after the trials and promises of the past few years. But the new masters have the support of FIFA’s new masters so expect no relief from that quarter. There is no solution to the problem of democracy in local football/sport outside of a mass movement of clubs and other involved parties/bodies. THAT requires daily hard work. The new masters – the same people who hounded us for campaign meetimgs to make campaign promises – have steadfastly refused to convene a meeting of “stakeholders” to discuss the way forward. Are the true workers of football truly prepared to do the hard work of forcing democratic change and governance? Given the history, and forgive my cynicism, I doubt it. Play ball..

  36. According to the reggae star..FIRE BURN! They full of shit!

  37. I hope Mr. Baptiste sends a copy of d interview for the president & VP of the TTFA. The amount of B. S that they tried to sell last night. I wondered if they left d studio in a wheel chair with an ambulance waiting downstairs because the both of them shot themselves in their foot so many times. Cudos to the VP for acknowledging that it’s the business norm in Trinidad for Ex co to be operating without boards permission. Indeed it’s d norm that’s why there is so much corruption in all state agencies.

  38. …..Basketball has the same set-up but only 4 persons are making decisions and are refusing to call Board meetings…….to get approval which is clearly stated in Article 12 of our Constitution….The sad this the Sport Officer in the Sport Company for both Basketball and Football is the say person…ah wonder why…

  39. Well done brother. I must say you were well prepared for this encounter, something typically unheard of with local journalists.

  40. The current TTFA board of directors comprises of: David John-Williams (president), Joanne Salazar, Ewing Davis and Allan Warner (vice-presidents),Samuel Saunders (Central FA), Sherwyn Dyer (Eastern Counties Football Union), Karanjabari Williams (Northern FA), Richard Quan Chan (Southern FA), Anthony Moore (Tobago FA), Joseph Taylor (Trinidad and Tobago Football Referees Association), Dexter Skeene (TT Pro League) and Sharon O’Brien (Women’s League Football).

  41. ….The President of the TTFA and the General Secretary of Basketball are hiding behind ……it is for the “PLAYERS” ……that’s why they’re breaking the laws that govern their sport, but always quick to want to discipline members who are following in their footsteps…….

  42. and these are just TWO examples in T&T sport.

  43. ..The fact is, if the TTFA Board did not approve the spending then the President and his side kicks broke the laws of the TTFA…..yuh don’t need a Lawyer or a Court to see that…when is the Ministry of Sport and SPORTT in all this, but they say no funding for a national Gymnastic tournament….I say this is double-standards at best…..

  44. ..I listened to the interview and its the same the 3 out of about 11officer of the National Basketball Federation is operating. The Basketball constitution states clearly that all national teams and personal must be ratified and approved by the Board of Directors but an Under-16 Boys team just competed in an international tournament without sanction and an U-16 girls team will depart on Sunday without Board approval……and the sad thing is SPORTT knows this but it is still funding the trips. Where Do Sports Go From Here?

  45. I can’t wait to hear the audio …..this fat cow is one lying bastard ….to think I actually thought this bastard was an upgrade from the previous farts in charge.

  46. did DJW admit to breaking laws when he said he used $1.3m for the China trip with no approval?

    • The thing is Shanghai Group of Companies paid for the trip. So he was trying to lead us down a blind alley with that.
      That is the only trip that we have any information on at all, since Shanghai held a press conference.
      DJW has not held a SINGLE press conference since he took office last November!

    • strange tidings.
      but when they basically say: the constitution doh really have ah ExCo…but WE HAVE AH ExCo…and dahs how we does do it.
      but see…they wrong. because if a corporation has executive management that’s separate from Board management—the Board knows and endorses that!
      in sports, that’s absolutely not the structure!

  47. So they thought they could railroad you. Have they met you. Or read anything you have written….like ever. Where these twats does come out!!!! And done cannot stand Andre EB. I just know that recording going to get me vex from jump.

  48. Funny how these “big” men need backup every time..

  49. Considering that David John-Williams was the one to call for that interview in the first place, I was surprised at how weak their own firepower was to be honest.

  50. FFS. Ok, clearly sport is going to be on the agenda the foreseeable future. Time to dust off the blog…

  51. I didn’t know that Joanne Salazar would be there Brian. Everything was billed as David John-Williams and myself in a “head to head”.
    Not that I would have cancelled in any case. I would go on with them both anytime if that is the way I now have to get answers.

  52. Looking forward to the audio… from all accounts, it seems as if they felt you would come to war with and empty rifle. They sought to badger their way into the fore of the discussion, much like they way they operate within the folds of the TTFA

  53. It is extraordinary to me. Not unprecedented. This is the land of Jack Warner after all.
    But it goes to show that Jack Warner is no aberration at all in our society.

  54. So were you aware you were also going to be having Salazar there?

  55. When this is “the norm” for business practices in this country, we can’t help but be a mess…

  56. Change the constitution that was used to get him “elected”?
    It’s the norm to be president of an FA and a regional governing body?

  57. Power is such a corrupting force…

  58. There needs to be some level of oversight for this Association. All members must operate within the parameters of the Constitution. If any member fails to do so their appointment should be terminated (after due process, of course) How could any member see this as being acceptable?

  59. Joanne Salazar did her best to make this a circular argument. She’s an aggressive woman but she said so much about how far down the slippery slope the TTFA has come in the few things she tried to spin as “common practice”.
    Football is doomed.

  60. Ok how we removing this bunch? What to do? Tell me whose toes I need to get dollsed up to mash.

  61. As soon as I get the audio, I will upload in its entirety!

  62. Lasana…Im noticing a pattern here…LMAO

  63. What the mudda neck I just read?????

  64. A Dictator and his lil mini Me i call it …Telling us he is on his reign of Terror oui…..sad sad sad

  65. PLEASE get the audio from this interview!
    these people are forkin CRAZY

  66. What a bunch of crap did they utter! Salazar Isa Williams all of dem got to go.. shameful.