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lol I agree Nb4 but in contrast think of J.m in a boro shirt its kinda equal Im glad my source was reliable. Im still told first option if he were to be sold is an option but Im too low standing to compete with v.b afterall v.b is a oneboro legend when infoo is concerned

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