Surveillance Dog remembering the time when he managed to avoid being expelled from great Britain thanks to help Queen Isabel.
Rapper, real name Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr., recently spoke about the incident when he and his bodyguard faced murder charges in 1993 for allegedly shooting a man to death in Los Angeles.
The accusation against the rapper Drop Like It’s Hot then dropped, however, he faced a strong backlash for calling his show on great Britain and expelled him from the country.
During his recent conversation with DJ Whoo Kidthe rapper recalled the title of a small post that read: “Kick this bad guy (expletive).”
“This is when I was fighting a murder case and— [en el Reino Unido] do a show”he told DJ.
“But guess who came to my defense?”he explained. “Just make assumptions.”
“The Queen! She said: ‘This man has done nothing in our country. He can come. Bow down… when the queen speaks, bow down'”share hip hop stars.
“That’s Harry and William’s grandmother. Are you digging? Do you think one of them said ‘Grandma, please let him in Grandma! OK, we love your music!’?”
“You know, Harry, I’ll let him in for you. It’s not too bad anyway and it’s quite funny.”pretend to be queen.
“Thank you queen, I love you dear… Queen, that’s my girl”He spoke directly to the queen.
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