Drizzle: Nope. Not going that route.
Speed: Fine. I’m probably gonna post it anyway right…about…here.
There’s something for your fap bank, readers. But, this must be what it feels like to be, at least and probably less blasphemous than actually saying God, someone like the AVGN or the Nostalgia Critic. Like, having people shake in fear over what you’re about to shit on, even though you’re doing it as a legit, albeit funny, critique. And even if it isn’t full-out shit, you still have people fearing it because you’ve been known for tearing the world a new asshole every once in a while. There is one difference, though. Aside from when we talk about, say, racists–
Drizzle: …how is he underrated, Speed? There’s literally, not figuratively, a group of people who worship him as a physical god.
Speed: That’s true. But, it’s kind of how, like, some folks only know Akira for “KANEDA!!!” and the bike scene. They’re both revered and celebrated. But, some, they only know and understand the highlights. Everyone should be worshiping Marley’s greatness. That’s even if they’re not saying he’s God-like or a god. I don’t know, I feel that folks have started to associate Marley more with “One Love” and ganja than everything else he represents and encompasses. Ya know, commercialism taking his image and appropriating it–
Drizzle: Alright. But, “One Love” was gospel reggae, too (Drizzle laughs).
Speed: Yeah. I don’t know. Feels like he still doesn’t get the full-out adulation he probably deserves. And, you know me. I’m not like that about many artists, even if they have large, legendary, even cult-like followings.
Drizzle: I mean, Bob was just too for real in his music.
Speed: This is true.
Drizzle: And he sung, literally, about whatever he wanted.