iCizzle denies being Elvis Presley’s lost son

We ran a DNA test similaritity
DNA is far more advanced since the 1950s

The claim is Elvis froze his sperm before his death in 1972. Later it was used by a woman who died giving birth to iCizzle. Here at the Northwest Mecca Radio we try and report only the best in rumors and gossip. This story is a bit odd, to say the least. Anyways, believe it or not, we guess. If you haven’t watched and commented on the most talked about Youtube iCizzle’s Elvis what if documentary.

People have an freezing themselves for years

This is nothing new and they did it already in Austin Powers. Some are skeptical that freezing of sperm actually works. we talked to Stevie Bello from San Diego, who works at a sperm freezing bank. “We’ve been freezing sperm since the 1950s”. Another lab in New Mexico had this to say “People have a hard time accepting the sperm freezing process, However, it’s all real!”

Austin Powers was frozen in the 90s

iCizzle made a documentary about the what-ifs of Elvis Presley. Some of the facts presented are that Johnny Harra a longtime tribute artist was actually Elvis Presley. We must admit that the documentary makes some interesting discoveries that even the king himself might find to be true.

Stay with gossip pimp as we continue to uncover more facts about iCizzle being Elvis Presley’s cryogenically frozen lost son.

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