Yes, Rule must understand that, as Uncle Ben warned us all, great responsibility comes with great power. Ja tried to channel his own powers – much like the actual force of the BasedGod curse (19459003) that flows through the veins of Lil B – and cursed the Sacramento kings.
Why will the kings get into Ya's crosshairs? The rapper may have been upset with a tweet from the team's Twitter account calling him last night against the Minnesota Timberwolves. They had a loss against the same team that should be hexed by Rule.
The meme "If the curse does not work" refers to Rule adding a box to the Timberwolves after incorporating a Fyre Festival swipe while on its catastrophic "90s Night & # 39; Halftime show have fun.
The Rule not only thought he had the authority to curse a basketball franchise, he also predicted Timberwolves star Karl-Anthony Towns would leave , Why did he mention that KAT voluntarily left the Kings when, two days later, he also cursed them in a tweet that has since been canceled?
Even the Twitter account of the Kings would not withdraw from Rule and trigger their own comeback of Fyre.
The problem of Rule trying to use his own BasedGod curse is that he could reach Lil B, who would have told him that the kings were one of them in December 2017 the seven NBA teams who received the BasedGod blessing.
C & Y Yes.