The film “In Hiding A Bigfoot Story” is set to debut on the 27th of this month at the 6th annual Fake Flesh Film Fest in Canada.
With all the hype around the trailer and film it’s hard to predict the films success. The film does target meat and dairy as a major part of his weight gain. As to the response of the Meat and Dairy industry, time will only tell us what they think about the film.
“I would camp out on the sidewalk for a whole week just to be the first to watch it”. And she’s not the only one “He (iCizzle) really has Michael moves” and that he does.
We’ve heard that after meeting Amber Rose he was so inspired by her beauty and for some unexplained reason wrote a song about her called “High N Low.”
Vampires have been seen melting after humans with garlic breath breathe on them. The effects of a new 100 year old sauce simply known as iCizzle’s World Famous Garlic Pepper Soy Sauce have been seen all across the universes.
The crowds arrived early for the showing of the new Bigfoot movie. People are said to of camped out for days in the rain just to watch the movie.
J-Shep continued “All I did was have a photo taken of me. They did the rest.” We talked with one of the animators at iCizzle Visuals and they told us “What a class act J-Shep is. He was open to our ideas.”
The video which is really a lyric video features images of religion and speaks on the NFL take a knee trend that’s been on the news as of late.
A source close to Tony Lowery said “He didn’t say no cuss word in the whole song.”
KUBE 104.9 DJ Tiffany Warner dating rapper Macc Dundee? The have been spotted in numerous locations smiling and having a good time. One source close to Dundee says “he’s very happy with he’s around Tiffany” and another source tells us “She’s always laughing extra hard whenever Dundee is around.”
The details of what the sequel will be about are not yet revealed. We assume that it will have something to do with Bigfoot coming out of hiding.
“The UCE Network might of been sold for $100 Million.” The source continued “I noticed that they now charge to build a state of the art website.”