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Lady May goes Namlish


by Chris-Paul


 

 

Now it all makes sense, that “goodnight mother fu#*rs” really was not intentional, no!
Believe me, it really wasn’t. Put the blame on the English language. Yes, our Lady May is a victim of Namlish. She just could not figure out which correct English words to use in thanking her fans so she said what came easy and fast to say, “goodnight mother fu#*rs.
Last Sunday night, she asked her fellow housemates, “Guys how was my lice?” Obviously trying to ask, “How is my rice?”
Let’s just hope Biggie does not evict housemates, judging from vocabulary. Otherwise, our Lady May will be home sooner than we expect. I’m just saying..