Georgia Muslim Tests ‘Super Muslim Power’ On Infidels That Allah Promised Him He Has – BIG Mistake

Muslims in America are growing increasingly cocky lately, as they continue to invade and take over American cities at an underrepresented rate, where their antics in recent months include attempting to set up Sharia no-go zones, conning American taxpayers out of millions, and most recently, a Muslim cop shooting a unarmed white woman in cold blood. As their arrogance and boldness to take down our country reaches a fever pitch, one Atlanta-based Muslim rapper decided to make the ridiculous proclamation that Allah had made him “indestructible” and “bullet proof,” after surviving several near death experiences. But after making the bold declaration, in an ironic twist of fate over the weekend, this Muslim just got a rude wake up call, proving that just because you’re a Muslim, that doesn’t give automatically give you advantages with over the infields that you so despise.

Muslims believe that when it comes to non-believers or “infidels,” that they are superior in every single way. Throughout the Quran, numerous passages refer to non-Muslims as vile animals, dogs, and losers, which instills religious supremacy and arrogance throughout the Muslim populace. Muslim Jabril Abdur-Rahman is 31-year-old rapper, who used his musical talents to rap about Islamic supremacy, where he took the name “Yung Mazi,” to brag about his ability to climb the music charts because he was one of “Allah’s favorites.”

In addition to bragging about his wild success because he was a Muslim and chosen by Allah, the cocky rapper also proclaimed that Allah made him “bulletproof,” only to have his warped sense of reality to come crashing down on Sunday, after being shot and killed. CBS News that the rapper died after sustaining several gunshot wounds inside a restaurant known as the Urban Pie pizzeria, ironically, only 200 feet away from a local police station. Authorities swarmed the scene after hearing the gunshots, only to find the Muslim’s lifeless body on the floor. CBS news reported:

An Atlanta rapper who previously claimed to have been shot on at least 11 different occasions — and who in December, after being wounded, proclaimed “God made me bulletproof” — was shot and killed Sunday, reports CBS affiliate WGCL-TV.

Jibril Abdur-Rahman, 28, who was better known as Yung Mazi, was found dead with multiple gunshot wounds inside the Urban Pie pizza shop in Atlanta’s Kirkwood neighborhood, police said. The restaurant was less than 200 feet from a police station.

Urban Pie pizza shop in Atlanta where the bulletproof Muslim’s body was found

The rapper’s “bulletproof” declaration came in a tweet after the 11th shooting, sent presumably from a hospital, just hours after he suffered a chest wound during an attack at a Waffle House last December. The tweet was later deleted.

According to his website, Abdur-Rahman was raised a devout Muslim, and was a father.

In one passage in his website’s biography, Abdur-Rahman talked about recovering from a bullet wound to the head.

The Muslim bragged back in December that thanks to Allah he was “bulletproof” after surviving being shot 11 times previously.

“When the bullet hit me in the head….it greatly affected me. I had to learn how to read, write, and speak all over again. I’m still not 100 percent right. I tried doing my daughter’s elementary school homework and it was hard. I couldn’t count money. My brother had to send text messages for me from my phone. It was deep,” he said, according to his website.

“I just got shot a couple more times. Three more times. It’s nothing. We do it [mucho], man. I done got shot 10 times,” he said while resting in a hospital bed last year. Of course, Abdur-Rahman’s pompous and unrealistic attitude showcased just how close to danger he was. “I’m a real dude. Some people don’t like real dudes. That’s cool. I’m not hatin’. I’m not mad,” the rapper bragged about his invincibility thanks to Allah.

So far, no arrests have been made in the case, and authorities have not said if there’s a suspect yet in for the death of the Muslim rapper.

In the end, Abdur-Rahman’s reverence for Allah and his belief that Muslims are “bulletproof” because of their religious superiority over the infidels didn’t work out to well. Kind of ironic how just weeks after making that bold proclamation about his invincibility he’d wind up dead by a bullet to the head!

H/T [CBS News, 11 Alive, Twitter, yungmazickp]

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