Prezzie’s prerogative

Satiricus was bored. He was skimming the TV channels and chanced upon that documentary on Whitney Houston. Now, if there was one singer who’d hit Satiricus’s sweet spot, it was Whitney. But the documentary explained a lot of things – especially why she married “bad boy” Bobby Brown. And thinking about Bobby Brown brought Satiricus a full circle to what had shocked him to the core THAT MORNING: the Pee an’ See people saying it was Prezzie’s prerogative to take PARTY business to State House. Seemed Prezzie was following Bad Boy Bobby Brown’s anthem: “My Prerogative”.

Everybody’s talkin all this stuff about me (Now now)
Why don’t they just let me live (Oh oh oh)
I don’t need permission
Make my own decisions (Oh!)
That’s my prerogative

They say I’m crazy
I really don’t care
That’s my prerogative
They say I’m nasty
But I don’t give a damn
Gettin power is how I live
Some ask me questions
Why am I so real
But they don’t understand me
I really don’t know the deal
About a brother
Trying hard to make it right
Not long ago
Befo’ I win this fight

It’s the way that I wanna live (It’s my prerogative)
I can do just what I feel (It’s my prerogative)
No one can tell me what to do (It’s my prerogative)
Cause what I’m doin
I’m doin for you now

The problem, Satiricus thought, with Prezzie insisting in following Bad Boy Bobby Brown’s “My Prerogative” was that he might just take down the Guyanese people into the gutter, like Brown did with his own family.