Vic O and Donald Trump: when good people let bad things happen


When Donald Trump first announced his intention to run for the presidency of the United States, the entire US said “Hahaha! Hohoho! This will be comic relief at its finest! Donald Trump? As president? Give us a break! He’ll be knocked out at the primaries. He won’t be able to win even in his own state! Oh well, Lord knows we need a good laugh. But we would like to assure the rest of the world that there is no way Donald Trump will become president. Not on our watch!” Today, he is the Republican candidate for the presidency and the rest of us are looking at America like:

Fast forward to Vic O. This whole Vic O matter started like play like play. Some weird, random guy who bleached with Tura but kept his burnt smoker lips told us that he was the next rap genius, told us confidently that after being contacted by Jay Z’s younger brother, he is supposed to be doing a duet with Hova, and we thought he was funny in a special needs way.

Look at this life now. Vic O is now a name that I have heard of. How did this happen? Why is this happening to me? I’m a good person. I pay my taxes and help old ladies cross the street. Why am I living in a universe where Vic O is a thing?

Because we did not kill the spread with fire and douse it with Izal and bleach, Vic O now has over 12,000 followers on Twitter and gets interviewed by Pulse NG.

Oh, you thought that was all? Here’s Vic O sharing his breakfast with us like a true celebrity does. I think he thinks it’s an omelette when in fact his baby fried onions and garnished it with egg, and then balanced it with almost a whole loaf of bread.


People, this is where we will be that Vic O will campaign for presidency o. Don’t say we didn’t say our own now o, ehen!

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