Rapper Who Sang About Wanting to Suicide Bomb, Gets Suicide Bombed

 
Rapper Who Sang About Wanting to Suicide Bomb, Gets Suicide Bombed
Deso Dogg was a Muslim rapper in Germany who kept threatening war against everyone.

“You are not going to live in safety. You employ millions and billions for the war against Islam. And that’s why this country is here, the Federal Republic of Germany, is a war zone.”

Also he was in love with blowing himself up.

“I light the bomb in the middle of the crowd, I press the button” Cuspert sings. “Right in the city centre or in the subway, press the button, al-Jannah, al-Jannah”

Cuspert repeatedly sings: “I long for for death and can not wait for it, armed with bombs and grenades”

The good news was that he didn’t have to wait for it very long. The bad news is that another Jihadi jumped the gun.

Or dropped the bomb.

Denis Mamadou Cuspert, who rapped under the name Deso Dogg but took on the name Abu Talha al-Almani in Syria, was reported to have been killed in a suicide attack Sunday in an eastern province.

He was a member of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) and was reportedly killed in a double suicide bombing carried out by Al-Nusra Front, a rival jihadist group that is Al-Qaeda’s Syria affiliate.

Hilariously after spending so much time rapping about wanting to suicide bomb infidels, he got suicide bombed by his own Al Qaeda.

His death and life should come with its own laugh track.

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