You are very bad lucky, I am so sorry for you or things are just not going your way. “Mi Salt” is used when the person speaking is the one experiencing the bad luck.
Patois: Yuh salt, dem always blame yuh even doe yuh neva dideh
English: You are very bad lucky, they always blame you even though you weren’t there
All fruits ripe , Babylon , Bad like yaz , Bashy ,
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