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We were first introduced to who we now lovingly know as Pikachud a couple of days ago when a Nashua mom came to us for a dose of Turtle Justice after her 7-year-old son’s iPhone was stolen at a Dick’s Sporting Goods a few days before their family vacation.
Of course, Turtle Riders were all over this like white on rice, able to identify this numbnuts as Tai G Poe, a high school student from Lowell (surprise!) And as it is, and as it will always be, Turtle Justice is swift.
Nothing says ballin’ on a budget like finding some rando’s mid-2000s Porsche Cayman outside the projects and posting up for a pic with your beat up Lugz.
#swag for sure in Boston, TN
Tai is, we’re told, allegedly part of the local chapter of a national gang named, fittingly enough, the Tiny Rascals. He’s also quite the accomplished rapper, rapping about love and loss (I think?) over a tinkering Ballerina jewelry box beat. So sweet. Here, have a listen:
There are plenty of others, too, if you’re a glutton for punishment and your brain doesn’t come oozing out your ears after that one.
His Facebook page is wide open, so make sure you let him know what you think of him pilfering iPhones from 2nd graders who know more about an honest day’s work at their age than this douchecanoe ever will in his lifetime.