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Pusha T Records Dedication to Jamaican Drug Lord

In wake of the recent capture of international fugitive Christopher “Dudus” Coke, an alleged Jamaican drug kingpin who authorities are also claiming holds ranks as the supposed head of the infamous “Shower Posse” gang, Clipse‘s Pusha T has recorded a dedication to the imprisoned, larger-than-life figure.

Dudus has been fighting extradition to the United States from Jamaica since last May when he was indicted on various international drug and weapons charges. During the five week man hunt that led to his arrest, more than 70 Jamaicans — including civilians and security officials — were slain in his pursuit.

Considered to have a shadowy past, Coke is seen as a Robyn Hood type to the many of the citizens of Jamiaca’s impoverished neighborhoods such as the Tivoli Gardens Garrison where he calls home. His connection to government officials as well having massive influence and manpower from the streets has allowed Dudus to become one of the most powerful outlaws on the island of Jamaica.

Over Diddy‘s Angels instrumental, Pusha echoes his drug dealer sentiments to the infamous mastermind known as Christopher “Dudus” Coke. “First God, then Dudus.”

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