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Tuesday, 3 February 2009

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"Detroit, yall set me up for a comeback"

Detroit and it's disgraced ex-mayor Kwame Kilpatrick, both the laughing stock of America, are set to go free from jail at 12:01am this morning. Kilpatrick, if you remember, was jailed for 120 days for perjury and assault in a whistle-blower lawsuit and text messaging scandal that rocked Detroit. Kilpatrick lost his license to practice law, and his mayor's position for the felony convictions.

When released, Kwame is leaving Detroit to fly to Texas for what is rumored to be a job interview with T.D. Jakes, founder and Preacher of the megachurch The Potter's House. Both men have been on good terms ever since both realized they were in the same business of fleecing the public out of their hard earned money.

Kilpatrick's new position with the Jake's organization, reportedly involves traveling around the country absolving impeached, and/or disgraced politicians of their sins while setting them up for a comeback. Just as Kwame Kilpatrick's motto just before his incarceration was: "Detroit, yall set me up for a comeback," as if it was their fault he committed the felonies.

Look for Kwame and TD to be schmoozing it up on stage when KK comes up with a whopper about how he was saved in jail, turned his life over to Allah, Jesus, Budda, Amun-Ra, Vishnu, Baalzebub, and whoever else buys his story.

Meanwhile, the FBI is hot on KK's trail, and continues to investigate some rather sordid text-messages that basically bragged about how big his cock was, and how he was sticking it to Detroiter's, and his currently locked up Chief of Staff Christine Beatty, right up the asshole using sand as grease.

The drama isn't over by a long shot. Look for the FBI to reign in his mother, father, president of the city council Monica Conyers, friend Bobby Ferguson, and the rest of his crew when they finish their investigation.

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