Episode 1192 Scott Adams PART2: Is the Kraken Still Lackin? I Tell You What to Believe

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  • RNC news conference on clear and viable path to victory
  • “Drop and Roll” election fraud technique
  • Impossible vote processing speeds?
  • CNN Nic Robertson’s irresponsible claims
  • “Follow the science” is for the young and/or stupid
  • Claims big enough to change the election

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DDG ft. YBN Nahmir, G Herbo & Blac Youngsta “Run It Up,” PnB Rock “Neva Lackin” & More | Daily Visuals 1.4.19

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We know that NFL rookies usually go through the Combine to boost their draft stock but DDG thinks it can also be utilized for “athletes” of a different gender.

In the YBN Nahmir, G Herbo and Blac Youngsta assisted visual to “Run It Up,” DDG hold Combine style workouts for thick young women who are looking to have their twerking talents get them to the next level. What level that is we have no idea but they’re good at what they do.

Back on the block PnB Rock finds himself getting scoped out by po-9 who’s sent an undercover that any man would wanna get under the covers in the visual to “Neva Lackin.”

Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from IDK featuring Denzel Curry, Sherwood Marty featuring OBN Jay, and more.

DDG FT. YBN NAHMIR, G HERBO & BLAC YOUNGSTA – “RUN IT UP”

PNB ROCK – “NEVA LACKIN”

IDK FT. DENZEL CURRY – “ONCE UPON A TIME”

SHERWOOD MARTY FT. OBN JAY – “CEILING”

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