Island Boys mumble rap to NUS president Tan Eng Chye not shut down Yale-NUS College, oh yeah yeah yeah

You can be an Island Boy/ In NUS.

18/1/2022 8:48:00 AM

Island Boys mumble rap to NUS president Tan Eng Chye not shut down Yale-NUS College, oh yeah yeah yeah

You can be an Island Boy/ In NUS.

Let the Island Boys pull up and take classes at the New College.This is Tan Eng Chye:The Island Boys consist of flyysoulja, who has a"17" tattooed on his forehead, and Kodiyakredd, who has a pair of wings tattooed on his forehead., in a hot tub and got millions of views and likes on TikTok.

Which explains why they are popular because people cannot stop making fun and talking smack about them.They are from West Palm Beach, Florida.The Island Boys recently created an account onThis was likely in response to a Jan. 4 announcement by NUS that the new college from the merger of Yale-NUS College and the University Scholars Programme will be named NUS College.

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