KREED

KREED

we’re the plug, and fuck what “THEY”, (the infamous them) say; this is our story and our narrative. We don’t believe in Korrupt Kapital, we place value on Kreative Konquerors who’ve shown kompassion to their kin, we are done doing it their way; now the KULTR is Bopping to our . We’re limitless energy – like an adjacent incarnation of & We’re out here to repossess the SAUCE – so wiggle your fingers and let the homies kick game with you. this is for the G’s and Geeks. you cant get this type of flavor without some KULTR.

We dont hang with pawns; we’re like Genghis Khan that hangs with a gang of cons that came with guts – because we’re hip to the rules of engagement: “only hustle with the partakers & habitual taste-makers” – these are kodes that remind kreatives of their strength and all the stolen greatness – now that’s enough food for thought to feed a million kids

get at us we got the KURE

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KULTR

1 Jack Nicklaus Dr, Serengeti Golf and Wildlife Estate, Kempton Park, 1619, South Africa

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