Skripal suspects collaborate with Shaggy to release rap single ‘It Wasn’t Us’

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Fresh from their brief sightseeing tour of just one town in the UK, the suspects accused of poisoning the Skripals have announced they will be releasing a rap track to further defend their innocence.

Hoping to draw a line under the accusations levelled at them by British Intelligence and clear CCTV footage, Ruslan Boshirov and Alexander Petrov took inspiration from Shaggy’s advice to RikRok and approached him to help them clear their names once and for all.

Close friend of the pair Simon Villiamov told us, “Ruslan and Alexander are desperate for help they can get to prove their obvious innocence in this matter, so getting Shaggy on board was a no-brainer.

“He gave good advice to RikRok on how to clear his name after he was allegedly caught banging the girl from next door on the bathroom floor, even though he was caught on camera and found with marks on his shoulder.

“So the Ruslan and Alexander are certainly hoping that they will similarly be able to convince the world’s intelligence communities that it wasn’t them who administered the Novichok poison the Skripals.”

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Shaggy spoke to the pair ahead of the recording saying:

“Let’s review the situation that you’re caught up inna
“To be a true player you have to know how to play.
“If they say you did some poisoning, just say no way.
“Never admit to a word when they say,
“And if they claim you spying just tell them baby no way.”

The single will be released next week.