@KlassMurda Interview With @DJBandanaBlack Power 93 7FM #WBLK, Buffalo NYKlass Murda & The #BGM Crew stops through Buffalo Ny to chop it up with DJ Bandana Black at Power 93.7FM WBLK. They Discuss some of the power moves Klass has coming up along with the current status of the #TCF movement. Klass also shares what one of his next hustles might be lol. **MUST HEAR** . #IAmBuffaloVIDEO
In life we all go through trials and tribulations but its how we go through them that matters. J-Batters currently is going through it and as I dont personally know his situation I do know that while he was out He was a great father, friend, brother and artist. I have only seen him chase his dreams in music and help other artist do the same so thats what I judge a man off of.
Dirty O – Interview With @DJBandanaBlackDJ Bandana Black reached out to Dirty O and had him stop by to kick it about some of the many moves he currently has going on amongst several other topics. Check It out and make sure you share with your friends on social media also. #IAmBuffaloVIDEO
This @TMobile@Apple@IPHone got me ready to switch back to Android ... beyond aggravated with this battery issue on my 6s Plus . 3 trips to Apple store 2 phone calls with Apple care and my battery still f#cked Up 🤬😡🤬😡🤬
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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