Providence Junior Hoodrat And Ma Dukes Sell RIPTA Bus Pass He Got From School On Facebook Yard Sale Page Because He Lives Across The Street From School
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We’ve gotten many messages from Rhode Island turtle riders about this epidemic of ratchets selling their RIPTA bus passes on various yard sale pages. Apparently if you qualify for assistance you can get one of these for free, which of course makes them more valuable than food stamps in the ratchet market. Here’s today’s hoodrat entrepreneur:
Now if you had purchased one of these things it would be perfectly legal to sell it I suppose (maybe not). But if you get one for free, it’s definitely illegal to sell it for a profit. Ya know, because you don’t need it. It’s really no different than selling your stamps on the book. So whatever you do, if you’re selling your RIPTA bus pass on a Facebook yard sale page, don’t admit to the general public that you got it for free from the government:
Can’t make this shit up folks. He lives across the street from the high school, and he still got a free city bus pass. Obviously he has no use for it since, ya know, because he lives across the street. But they just kind of gave it to him anyway because…..fuck it.
The best part is how he thinks it’s none of your business when you see wasteful government spending in front of your face. Ratchets truly believe there’s a magical welfare tree that rains this shit down upon them. They literally have no idea how a government functions, never mind how it finances itself.
Guess who Khalil’s favorite sportball team is…..
I dunno. He bent the brim of his hat. That doesn’t count. He’s actually pretty well dressed, has diamond earrings, and seems like the kind of guy who gets touched up at the local barbershop every other day with a haircut that should take 30 seconds but ends up taking an hour and half.
Good thing the taxpayers are flagrantly throwing cash at him and his family. They really need the assistance.
Now if this was your kid pulling a stunt like this on the taxpayers you’d probably tell him to take it down. Not Providence Ma Dukes though. She proud of her seed:
100 emoji, 100 emoji!! frfr!!! Finna cash dis bus pass!!
The thing is Mom, that it is their business. Because the taxpayers pay for your kid’s bus pass that he clearly does not need, and now he’s gonna profit off of their generosity. Also, it’s illegal. But luckily you live in Rhode Island, one of the most notoriously corrupt states that has ever existed, so the gravy train probably isn’t ending any time soon. Choo-choo!!
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