Cosmo Ausar Setepenra (Real name: Gavin Eugene Long) was one of the most celebrated Self-Improvement coaches, and one of the most prolific authors of the present generation. Excelling also in the fields of spiritual counseling and nutritional expertise despite his crippling inability to hashtag correctly, Cosmo teachings were based in how to unleash the hidden power present in the Melanin. A source of power he claimed was the reason the Black People of older generations was able to seize and give them God-like abilities.
On July 17, 2016, determined to show the brilliance of his spiritual findings and enraged at the treatement his people suffer, Setepenra shot at a bunch of cops, managing to kill four of them before ending up being pwnd himself. According to some sources, it was Setepenra's birthday when he decided to carry out the shooting, as his own personal birthday present. Unsurprising, his death sparked a lot of controversy among the black community in America, similar to that of the Trayvon Martin case. His attack was motivated by the Dallas sniper attacks carried out by Micah Johnson on July 7.
Apparently, Setepenra was affiliated with several anti-government groups and participated in several online forums where he would bitch and complain about the actions of the government.
|Kill count:||3/20 (3 injured)|
|Accuracy:||8/20 Killed a nigger by trying to avenge nigger killings|
|Style:||6/20 Copycat and Repetitive|
|Butthurt:||9/20 Meh, Dallas Sniper Attacks were more sophisticated|
|Bonus:||0/20 No Bonus, failed on capitalizing in the race war triggers|
|Total Score: 26/100 (F-)|
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- Dallas Sniper Attacks - What his attack was based on.
- Mass Shooting
- Chris Dorner
- Sam Hyde
- Pwned - What eventually happened to Long.
- Disregard that see the Google Cache for the profile and .
- Now everybody watch his "inspirational" videos
- A Couple Of His Videos saved on Archive.org.
- His podcasts, .
- nu-male David Futrelle trying to capitalize on the killings. article by fatty
- Article with video of Cosmo trying to sell his lame book.