Grundle Grabbing Revere Rapper Selling $194 Worth Of Food Stamps For $150 Because He’s Moving To Florida And His Card Won’t Work There
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This is Velle Holmes:
He’s a local grundle-grabbing rapper/skater/model/custom hat designer, originally from Revere:
He is soon bringing his talents to Florida where he’s in the market for some nice young ladies to appear in his new rap videos:
But before he leaves he has some loose ends to tie up, including meeting up with some friends to smoke some loud:
Oh, and since he’s moving to a new state his Massachusetts DTA card won’t work anymore, so he’s selling his stamps:
Newsflash – you’re doing it wrong Velle. First of all, you’re moving to Florida, which you definitely should NOT have announced. Your food stamp exchange value came crashing down. It’s a buyer’s market because people know you HAVE TO sell now. It’s like when Paul George said he was leaving Indiana in 2018 – everyone knew they had to get rid of him so what they could get in exchange plummeted.
The normal market rate for Facebook food stamp transactions is 50%. Everyone knows that. So if you’re selling $194 worth of EBT on the Book, then you should be asking for $97 cash. And since you announced you’re moving to Florida and are desperate to sell, you can’t expect more than $50 at this point. If you think you’re getting $150 you’re out of your mind. Act like you’ve done this before, which based on your choice of headware, I’m quite positive you have.
Chicago Bulls flat-brimmed hats? Never saw that one coming.
Anyway, could someone please explain to me why a grown, able bodied man is on food stamps? Does this look like someone the state should be taking care of?
Is he disabled? Is he a single mother? Is he special needs? Is he elderly? Nope. He’s just a young, aspiring rapper who doesn’t feel like getting a job. He’s got plenty of cash for shoes, iPhones, blunts, and skinny jeans though. Because obviously the money he makes isn’t reported to the IRS so not only is it tax free, it also qualifies him for government assistance.
But yea Jim McGovern, keep telling people how rare this stuff is. Keep freaking out in Congress every time someone has the audacity to suggest that the system is being abused and cuts should be made. Keep raising our taxes so we can pay for this shit. Because it hardly ever happens. Ever.
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