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DTBG VLOG #2: ORLANDO SHOOTINGS

by Manny D. Rosa June 18, 2018

DTBG VLOG #2: ORLANDO SHOOTINGS

My Thoughts On The Orlando Shootings: Hope this doesn’t offend some people, but if it does, understand these are strictly MY opinions. We don’t have to agree, but the dialog is important. Thanks, if you took the time to watch. Share, if you agree with anything I said. EDIT: I appreciate all the love I received due to this video. I also appreciate all the hate that came my way as well. Including the guy who offered to meet me somewhere, so we could fight, because his opinion differed from mine. Comes with the territory I guess.




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