Mavado Visited by Bearded Dragons; Asks “What the F**k This is” – See Post

Dancehall entertainer Mavado who is currently living in the United States posed a question to his fans on social media after he was visited by a species of lizard that he did not seem to recognize.

Uploaded a few hours ago, the post has already garnered over five thousand likes and more than five hundred and fifty comments. The post was captioned, “Good afternoon can anybody tell me what the f**k this is at my place. πŸ‘”

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An image of the two creatures was posted to the artiste’s Instagram account showing small, brown, fat reptiles that resembled small iguanas with short spikes around their necks. They were pictured from behind with one of the creatures halfway on a brown Gucci slide.

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Some fans reacted to the image with jokes, and fellow Dancehall artistes also commented. Chris Martin stated, “Lizzaz my bro πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚,” Aidonia sent three laughing emojis, and Stacious said, “That’s not your place anymore….. call the movers πŸ˜‚.”

A fan mentioned, “Security them up πŸ˜‚,” and another informed the deejay, “bearded dragons are what we call them up here in Canada πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦.”

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Others could guess from seeing the reptiles that his location was somewhere in Miami, Florida.

A bearded dragon, scientifically recognized by the name Pogona barbata, is a species of reptile named for the armour of spikes around its neck and chin. The Pogona (an eastern bearded dragon) is an omnivore with a lifespan of four to ten years. When threatened, the bearded dragon puffs up the spines on its neck as a defence mechanism.

JOEL SARTORE –
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC PHOTO ARK
Dr. Giuseppe MAZZA; Monaco Nature Encyclopedia

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