Pepe Billete: Banning Same-Sex Marriage Is Tremenda Mariconada
Pipo, I'm not sure how familiar you are with my work, but one of the most important things I try to convey in anything I do is that I bleed 305. The gay community helped build the city that I love so much, so como cojones am I not going to support them in their struggle for equality?
Your ambiguous ass short focking email made me realize that some of my fans might have some misconceptions about me, porque me cago en cual quiera y no creo en nadie, pero oye, I may be un chusma, pero yo no soy singao.
I support anything and anyone who tries to do something positive and/or pingu for my city, and I take the issue of 305 pride very seriously. So to help prove this, I decided to once again show Miami that Tio Pepe really does care.
I linked up with two local recording artists who are involved with Miami's gay community -- Jane "Jei" Castro and Michael M -- and asked them to help me enter a Pepe Billete float in the 2013 Miami Gay Pride Parade. Given that the parade is in two weeks, I knew the process wasn't going to be easy, but thanks to Michael and Jei and two of Escoria Films' biggest supporters -- Jara & Associates and Coast 2 Coast Rim Shop in Hialeah -- we were able to make this paja mental a reality.
You know Tio Pepe no es un fula, so when I said float, I meant un focking float! So I got a 40-foot boat. The pride parade gives a coveted "Best Float" award to the entry encompassing the most creative approach to the spirit of the parade, and I'm probably ruining my chances of winning that shit by telling you my plans, pero a mi la pinga porque I'm not doing this for money, awards, or fame. I'm doing it to show support and respect for a segment of our community that has been instrumental in making this the best city in the world.