This is Malcolm “Billa” Abbot, one of the lucky sperms whose parents were caught up in the college admissions scandal.
His parents Greg and Marcia (yes, that’s right – his parents are named after the eldest siblings in the Brady Bunch) were arrested for getting his sister into college by having someone else fudge her ACT scores. The NY Post went to see if they could interview the parents at their ritzy Fifth Avenue home, but instead they ran into Malcolm on his mid-afternoon blunt break, and he was everything you dreamed he would be and more.
Maybe this is why Gregory and Marcia Abbott allegedly bought their daughter’s way into college. Their “rapper” son, Malcolm, popped out of the family’s Fifth Avenue building to smoke a giant blunt — while defending his parents and bragging about his latest CD.
“They’re blowing this whole thing out of proportion,” said Malcolm Abbott outside the home that overlooks the Metropolitan Museum of Art. “I believe everyone has a right to go to college, man.”
In between drags, Malcolm, whose father is the founder of food and beverage distributor International Dispensing Corp., admitted, “I didn’t go to college.” The toker, who sports a ponytail and raps under the name “Billa,” then shamelessly plugged his music. “Check out my CD, ‘Cheese and Crackers,’ ” he said of his 2018 five-track record that includes a song titled “If I Lost My Money.”
Later, Malcolm emerged with his brother, who groused to The Post on Tuesday his parents “got roped into [this by] some guy who f–king cheated them.” The parents are accused of paying admitted mastermind William “Rick” Singer $125,000to boost their struggling daughter’s ACT and SAT scores. Singer paid off an alleged crooked test proctor to inflate the girl’s scores to a perfect 800 on the SAT math exam and 710 on the literature test. On the ACTs, her score of 23 out of 36 was upped to a near-perfect 35, according to court filings.
Hellen Keller could roll a better blunt than that. Nevertheless, this is the greatest human I’ve ever seen. What better way to promote your newest rap album than by capitalizing on the great shame your millionaire parents have brought on your family.
“Everyone has a right to go to college.”
Yes, they do. And unfortunately several qualified students were denied the opportunity to go to the school of their choice because their parents couldn’t afford to bribe some con-artist in order to overcome for their failed parenting.
Yesterday Uncle Turtleboy published a blog about the IG “influencer” daughter of Aunt Becky and why she is symbolic of everything that is wrong with modern day culture. She is what rich girls with too much time and money, and a lack of parental supervision become. Malcolm “Billa” Brown is what the boys become. But sadly for him he hasn’t gained the notoriety that Aunt Becky’s crotch fruit has because middle aged men can’t masturbate to his Instagram account. Although his IG and YouTube accounts are as wigtacular as you dreamed it would be. Let’s look at some of Billa’s greatest hits. Here’s a smash single called “Money by the $to.
I got a crib with escalators, they ain’t seen what I seen, they ain’t roll how I roll.
Oh yea, MC Wonderbread sure has seen some shit. Living across the street from the MET and going to private boarding schools ain’t easy dawg. There’s plenty of rap videos that have been shot in New York in order to establish the street cred of the artist. Just usually that street isn’t 5th Avenue.
Hard to establish gangsta cred if you’re smoking blunts outside of an organic vegan juice bar.
The struggle is real.
And yes, Chance the Cracker did import a bunch of black dudes to smoke blunts outside of his parents multi million dollar house in the highest rent part of the country.
While his parents are out making deals and bribing their daughter into the school of her choice, E-401K is sitting at home reading Tupac and smoking blunts with the homies while rocking FILA.
Because FUBU would’ve been a bridge too far.
If some of those guys look familiar it’s because they may or may not be former members of Jurassic 5. Remember when they were a thing? Well I guess when your parents are some of the richest people in the country they can hook you up with washed up rap groups who can help promote and product your shitty music.
Then there was his smash collaboration “Get Some.”
It’s that white boy with the white noise
You can hear me through your airway
I be pissing in your stairway
It’s young Billa and I don’t know nothing bout that fair play.
And yes, he is wearing a “Make Rap Great Again” hat.
And yes, he seems to have intentionally gotten silver fillings and/or grills in his teeth despite the world class dental care he likely grew up receiving.
I have to respect how Talcum Abbott’s been taken in by this group of friends, considering the fact that he’s a lucky sperm who grew up in a penthouse overlooking Central Park. But then again, I assume everyone in that video is getting paid by him to be in it, so who wouldn’t humor the Notorious G.R.I.N.G.O. for that kind of easy money.
Then there’s his smash sensation “MaDaGasCarTrapStar.”
Newsflash Cardi Bleach – flashing stacks of cash in rap videos is only ghettofabulous if you made it by selling drugs. Cashing in your allowance at the bank doesn’t give you street cred.
Then finally there was “High School Villain.”
Who wore it better?
I don’t care baby I don’t got a job though, and I’m wild though, think I’m from Chicago
Yea, we all kind of figured that already.
The bottom line is, this is what happens when you value money over everything else. This is how you end up when you’re raised by a team of undocumented nannies. The non-stop pursuit of wealth means you don’t have time to make sure your kids are turning into decent human beings, because your plan all along was just to throw money at it and assume they’d turn out OK. But when you give your lucky sperm an iPhone and an unlimited allowance, this is what ends up happening.
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