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Oct03

The Music Part 2

WRITTEN BY // Banzi CATEGORIES // Capecheetah-blog

BANZI MEETS SEAN KINGSTON

The Music Part 2

This week I met a hip hop star...Sean Kingston.

I've met many famous humans, but he is supra cool, so relax and shining! My humans mates at the lodge say he's playing good music. But my sister Nushka doesn't enjoy artificial sound (beside the tractor passing in front of our yard twice a week). As she doesn't like noises, she would probably eat any hi-fi system placed into our room ... Anyway , passing by a ranger house , I could finally hear Sean's music.

I like hip hop! I like Sean Kingston

 

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Banzi

Banzi

Born on 2 October 2007, Banzi is a miracle story having survived a genetic deficiency that left his legs deformed at birth. Against all odds he underwent experimental surgery, which was a great success and today he is healthy and happy. He lives at Inverdoorn with his devoted sister Nushka, who supported him through his difficult surgery and thus the two...

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