10. After noticing a spare copy of Pigeon Racer Digest: the Thinking Person's Journal of Racing Pigeons in the Hot Boys' trailer,* "that boy" decided to join the American Racing Pigeon Union and make a go of it in the wide world of ornithology.
9. Decided to leave Magnolia because hanging out with Baby during his "bird-calling" phase soon became unbearable. Like it was the funny and cool the first few dozen times but soon it got really old. Like Austin Powers jokes old. Eventually, this also led to B.G.'s decision to leave Cash Money.
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8. Due to NAFTA,"that boy" lost his job to a more cost-efficient Mexican pigeon clapper.
7. Became the subject of a revelatory Roald Dahl work.
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6. Currently, delegated to being Wayne's third-string lip gloss holder.
5. Pusha-T got him an apprenticeship at a Chinchilla furrier in an Italian neighborhood in Virginia Beach.
4. After being disposed of properly by Birdman and Clipse, "that boy" was thought to be dead due to his waxen pallor. Instead, it seems that he survived the attack and went on to one day join the Arcade Fire.
Let's Just Say That There Are Many Funny Things To Do To This Photo Provided You are 12-years Old and Have a Mastery of Photo Shop.**
3. Went to the impossible-to-find desert island that Pharell's talent abandoned him for.
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2 . After begging for his life, Birdman forgave "that boy" for snitching and allowed him to run his thriving school of avian mesmerism.
1. He was traded away in a three-team deal involving Philly's Most Wanted, Gillie Da Kid, five Birdman medallions and three Cash Money Millionaires to Be Named Later.
* Turk briefly contributed to the magazine for a short stretch in the mid-90s.
** The idea that forms the basis of Perez Hilton's entire career.