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The Island Boys satanic disgrace.
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MIAMI — They have no talent. Their coiffures resemble french toast sticks. They don gold grills and their physiques are embedded with tattoos. Yet, they’re large on TikTok and their YouTube videos have garnered millions of views. We’re talking about the “Island Boys,” a Florida-Cuban duo comprised of 20-year-old dizygotic twins Flyysoulja and Kodiyakredd who have gone viral for a freestyle rap song that sounds like complete horsesh*t. I’m serious. I’ve heard cats f*ck with more harmony than these guys. They’re an absolute disgrace. To add ineptitude to comedy, they recorded the track while playing around in a swimming pool. The song goes: “Cause I’m an island boy, and I’ve been trying to make it. Oh, I’m an island boy. Ayy, I’ma just island boy, I’ma just island boy.” Ok, I know what you’re thinking. How did they become so popular?
The answer is simple.
They sold their souls to Satan in exchange for online views.
“About a week ago, I sold my soul,” FlyySoulJa confessed in a recently released video.
“And ever since I sold my soul I haven’t been happy ever since.”
“I’m not even cappin,” he continued.
“I had to do it because I was trying to make it. So I sacrificed myself.”
Social media reaction was crestfallen.
One viewer wrote, “Sad thing is besides him selling his soul, people think he is joking.”
Another added, “Lord please forgive this lost soul for he knows not what he is doing.”
Flyysoulja’s real name is Alex. Kodiyakredd’s is Franky. They were both jettisoned from home at 18 because they were frequent violators of the law and their mom got sick and tired of cops knocking on the door.
Do you feel sorry for them?
Are they capable of turning their lives around?
Watch their videos.
Share your thoughts.