• Vegeta's Official Website

    Yeah, i am sick of everyone who thinks Goku will save them, Goku this, Goku that. Well VEGETA-SAMA is here now.

    Well, i mean Kakarot this kakarot that. Well Kakarot is just another low-class solider while i am a PURE BLOOD SAIYAN PRINCE. Yeah, i said it, to all you kakarot Goku fans out there. You are NOTHING, bow down to Vegeta-sama.

     

    Anyways, i saw a spike in "Kakarot" Goku Games but Vegeta gets zero love, like seriously, i am the main hero here, it was me who pushed kakarot to the wits and made him stronger, it was me who pretty much got kakarot to become a super saiyan.

    Yeah, he is weak, nothing, useless reusable pawn, just a low-class solider.

    So fella, no more low for kakarot yeah, Vegeta-sama is here to stay.

    Not convinced yet? Kakarot is nothing compared to me.

    Here another one me hitting Kakarot right in the face.

    So as you can see its time to play Vegeta Games instead of poverty Kakarot Games since in the end, vegeta-sama will ALWAYS win.

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    Last Edited on 2017-02-08