He was in love with a stripper but then he bought that hearse
and his zest for producing slid down hill – and the apparitions got worst.
What you say? I know child… I said the same thing too.
What in the world is T-Pain talking about? A hearse bought by whom?
Here it is, let me rewind, slow down and tell the tale:
T-pains crib in Florida looks sweet but the ghosts were wreaking hell.
He called on Kim for a visit. He just wanted to know ‘what was going on.’
Kim showed up, gave dap and a hug then admitted she’s a fan of his songs.
Already. I could tell that Kim has good music taste
but there was obvious Pain on T’s hairless face.
I noticed he was wearing a hat as well, no long dreads hanging out
Kim actually asked T-Pain, what that was all about?
He told her later on, amidst his admission of dreams that he has had in that house.
The apparitions went deep and a hearse was at the heap of what this was all about.
Before Kim could enter, “William introduced himself in front of the home.”
William is a spirit who did not go to the light but was on the earthly roam.
Kim told T-Pain William greeted her, and the expression on his face changed quick,
T-Pain went from masking a bleak smile to looking pretty nauseated and sick.
He doesn’t know a William, so he began by giving Kim a tour of the 1st activity room.
It was his garage. He’s an antique car collector. How sweet and Vroom! Vroom!
Boom-boom and there’s more – even though you’re not going to want to hear this,
but antique cars, old homes and 2nd-hand items are often attached to spirits.
Pray over your purchases – no need to fear it. But T-Pains acquisition list got worst
when his wife, Ashley told Kim that he used to own a hearse.
A hearse, T-Pain? “Whatever for?“ Kim asked.
He said because it seemed to be a purchase that not many others had.
Proved to be a unique acquisition gone bad.
While he and Kim chatted, T-Pains Uncle Rick showed up on the spiritual scene.
He’s the guy that T-Pain sees and listens to in his dreams.
It was then T-Pain did duly confess
It was his uncle Rick that told him to cut his dreads.
T-Pain was experiencing a low moment even though he has a productive and successful life.
T-Pain faced a couple of low moments that made him yield to thoughts of suicide.
Now that was interesting, because that was exactly Williams story.
He felt kindred to T-Pains life but self-exited before reaping glory.
So who the heck is William and where did he come from?
Kim informed T-Pain, that the hearse transported his sum.
It’s not that his house was full of ghosts, it’s just not all spirits go to the light.
Some roam the earth and in the hearse that hailed their last connection to life.
We didn’t get a film glimpse of that hearse ride, so I don’t know if he still owns such.
If it was his propriety at filming – time remained post Kim, shouldn’t have been much.
T-Pain had a garage full of nicely kept antique cars.
Each has a history of shine points and a history of scars.
Some went to church and back – some went to war.
Kim asked what was this door for? TP didn’t want to talk at all.
He almost walked away – could’ve posed a filming stall.
Kim said, “Are you serious? You don’t want to open the door?”
That’s when T-Pains wife came in to give us a rundown of the score.
It seems that one day in the past Ashley had gone to wake Music for school,
his sleep was un-naturally deep; he was lifeless – no drool.
There was a little door in his room that was always locked.
A draft at her back, the little door open – Ashley was shocked.
She called Musics name and shook him as panic set in for sure lay,
then the child sat straight up and said, “Mommy if you make circles he’ll go away,”
and then he was back in a deep slumber lay.
Scary and very hairy.
Ashley informed Kim that furthermore
what’s scarier is the shadow man who paces the floor.
She can see him and so can her daughter.
T-Pain was always feeling drained; losing composure and order.
It was during the height of those times that T-Pain wanted to make a change,
Uncle Rick showed up and in his dream and told him to start with cutting his mane.
So he did and he followed through with restructuring his business.
While the office ran smoother the low domestic vibe was still amidst.
Again, it was William. His energy was low; he bore a dark loom.
William shot himself in the stomach and died in his own master bedroom.
William was in his 20’s, he was glitzy and lifes lows throw him to ‘the drink,’
that decision clouded his judgment and his glitzy lifestyle began to sink .
He was thriving on T-Pain’s lows to validate his own death choice.
Imposing all kinds of bad energy that fed through T-Pains inner voice.
T-Pain was tortured, but Kim’s visit stopped that noise & afforded T-Pain to regain control of his life.
Kim instructed T-Pain on HOW TO show William the door; to direct him to the light.
Now — as much as I like this show, I felt like I was left hanging in the middle,
when no dated periodical was shown to validate Williams existence – not even a little.
Normally when Kim uncovers a story, editors will insert a snapshot
of periodical validation that proves Ms. Russo hit “dead-on” a spot.
I suppose for this episode there will be no periodical validation verse
since William rode into T-Pains life with the purchase of that hears.
Tsk-tsk-tsk. We have got to be more careful.
Oh well in the end, it remains
Kim was able to help the Music/Film Producer T-Pain.
He smiled and looked more confident, but I would like to say,
that calling Kim is all well and good, but if you really mean business: PRAY.
And if you still feel uncomfortable brother, then by all means do MOVE.
and The Haunting of T-Pain revealed no old strippers in its groove and painted the Producer a pretty chill dude.
I don’t think he’s loving on those strippers anymore.
So Stay Tuned for the next T-Pain jamming score.
… also he ain’t vibing with William no more.