The rapper Jul apologizes after his arrest : internet users make fun of his spelling errors – Gala
Two days after his arrest in Marseille, the rapper Jul went online to apologize to her fans. In the Face of the many spelling errors present in the message, the users have not hesitated to ridicule the artist.
Sunday night, Jul, the rapper, not the cartoonist, was arrested and placed in custody by the Brigade anti-criminality (BAC) of Marseille. Two days later, finally released, the artist’s 27-year-old wished to apologize to the youngest of his fans for the bad example given. It has therefore published the short message on Facebook: ” Sorry to my team for what it is past . I know that a child and parent that follow me it is not a good image for tt the world so here I stand has mescusez ! #Japprenddemeserreurs “. In only two sentences, the interpreter of the tube Wesh then has shown that it was capable of doing more than ten spelling errors, hashtag included. Discovering the publication, users are obviously given to heart joy.
“And for your spelling and your songs, you apologize when ? “, immediately requests a user. Like him, they are more than 4800 people replied to the post Facebook of the rapper. Almost all openly mock his numerous spelling mistakes. “For the good of the children, stopped writing, or do as for your voice, use an editor, “writes a user, making a passing reference to the frequent use of a vocoder by the artist. “My eyes bleed…, mocks another member of the social network, I lose the view… Tell me you learn your songs in phonetics, as Mike Brant? “. To conclude, a last fan of the rapper joked again: “The cops have found a lot of things in your merco, but not the slightest trace of a dictionary or Bescherelle..“. To recall, Jul had been arrested on Sunday evening while he was travelling at over 160 km/h on the A50 motorway. During the control, officers of the TRAY have discovered the cannabis resin and a handgun 9mm in the vehicle for the rapper, as reported by the newspaper La Provence. Jul and his passenger were then taken into custody.
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