“Island Boy”

There are two brothers who became TikTok famous with their song “Island Boy”. I never heard of these kids until my 11 year old niece showed me the viral TikToks. Their names are Franky and Alex Venegas but their “so called rap names” are “Kodiyakredd” and “Flyysoulja”.

Today I am watching YouTube, a video by Willie D who is exposing the Island Boy Franky as a racist and an abuser. On the show are two guest, Pokerthejew and Montaisha. Poker was their manager and helped to get them into the industry. Montaisha is the ex girlfriend and the abused of Franky Venegas.

This girl has plenty receipts!! She has images of her face beaten in, videos, and voice recordings of his abuse. The crazy thing is when they both stated that Franky also abused his Mom by hitting and spitting on her. This boy, because no real man acts the way he does, needs mental help.

Poker clearly feels this guy is evil in the worst sense and that his behavior will only get worse with time without help. I don’t feel sorry for Montaisha though because she stayed with him and kept allowing the abuse. I don’t care if you end up homeless, I don’t care if you don’t have a penny to your name, I don’t care if you don’t have family… if someone is beating your ass the you need to flee! Not stay and continue to endure the abuse.

These boys are culture vultures just like most of the Caucasian rappers out here today in the industry. They steal our music, our look, the way we talk, our hairstyles but then secretly hate us, Indigenous Americans (let’s use that instead of Black or African American). It just saddens me that I have tell my niece that she can no longer listen or watch the Island Boys! I would like to thank Willie D, please go follow him on YouTube, for bringing us this story and interviews with the witnesses.


Published by Phoennix

Writer and spoken word artist. I love to write poetry and short stories, my first two books are books of poetry. I am also a visual artist, wood and metal sculpting, as well as drawing and painting. I've worked in the food industry over 15 years so eating is my hobby. I hope to bring you a fresh and colorful voice on the arts and culinary worlds.

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