Monday, 1 July 2013

Rahman Breaks Silence on Future Plans.



TBG can reveal that Jasmine Rahman has just tweeted that she'll be attending the super sound Parliament Street event at Conservative Party Conference later this year.

The former Tory Youth Deputy Chairman candidate Jasmine Rahman has been subject to much speculation since Rob Comley claimed he was in talks with two young Tories.

Rahman's refusal to answer questions on a possible defection set the CF word alight with chitter-chatter about the popular activist and her future plans.

No doubt this will throw a new spin on the speculation.

27 comments:

Anonymous said...

Knew #teamtotty wasn't going to let the side down! can't wait to see miss Rahman in Manchester!

Anonymous said...

Shhh can you hear that noise? IT'S THE ULTRASOUNDNESS of the news that jasmine is still a Tory and also joining in on parl st fun!

Anonymous said...

Well if you're going off of twitter she also retweeted UKIP today. Massive fact checking errors! I've heard rumours YI are keen for her to attend YI ball!

In the know said...

Comley and his cronies want Jasmine to defect. There's still time, who's to say she still won't? TBG where do you get your tip offs?

Concerned Northern CFer said...

Jasmin's 'silence' has only been because she actually has a life outside the blogs! She works, studies and has a social life. More than can be said for a lot of the Trolls who have been hounding her! SJ ought to be ashamed, she won yet Ellie and Jasmine do more for the party in a week than SJ has done since being elected!

A Concerned CFer said...

Great to see that Jasmine will most likely stay true to the Tory mast! I'm sure Parliament Street's conference events just got slightly more popular...

I wonder if our current DCM will attend?

Anonymous said...

Lol don't lie she's been silent as she loves the speculation and attention. A simple NO would have taken a few seconds. Everyone knows she writes half these comments too....

Anonymous said...

Oh please! She has better things to do then listen to mindless chatter on here. How exactly can she be trolling comments when she is working in fields at festivals? I'm aghast at how much bullying she gets, what about SJ? She does nothing yet TBG is always sticking up for her!

Anonymous said...

One look at her fb or an attempt to get in touch with her and its clear she is busy and genuinely does have better Things to do with her life than troll blogs!

Charlie said...

I haven't seen Jasmine since Saturday. I miss her

ToryCupid said...

I wonder if Frank has seen this? He's at parl street!

Tory concerned said...

I for one know that this is all lies. If anyone was at the Y8 dinner on Friday they'd know how upsetting all the bullying and attacks on Jasmine have been.

Anonymous said...

why do I get the feeling that parliament street will now just be a mass gathering of MISS J RAH suitors?
how is that girl still single?! CW get a move on!

Anonymous said...

Jasmine, bullied? That's a laugh if I've ever heard one. The only people potentially bullied by anon comments are JSJ and SJ.

TBG has also said on twitter they haven't allowed lots of comments, so god knows what some people have been saying!!

Richard said...

I miss jasmine too. Shame I messed things up. It's all because I was cheating with Nabil.

Anonymous said...

Isn't jasmine dating Yaz? he apparently bought her an expensive Gift according to their Facebook walls!

ToryCupid said...

What about Shaun? Didnt they go to ascot together?

Anonymous said...

Jasmine is pretty. Can't deny that.

Anonymous said...

Thought shes dating Shayan? She was with him in sports and social

Anonymous said...

Who is Jasmine dating? Us Tories NEED to know. TBG can you please find out? You actually can't catch that girl.

Anonymous said...

Can TBG do an interview with jasmine? It's been a while since we has some decent coverage on CF women!

Anonymous said...

As for the bullying on these blogs, JSJ can hold her own - she's basically heartless anyway.

As for SJ, who actually cares?

Anonymous said...

Anybody who was at Y8 or has seen the subsequent pics can tell this is in no way true. Once again Jasmine wanted to be the centre of attention, right down to pitching a fit when she wasn't on the front row of a group photo.

Anonymous said...

Whoever wrote the above comment should be ashamed. Picking on jasmine when you aren't present is just downright petty. She didnt throw a fit and the only person desperate to be the centre of attention and steal the limelight at the front of a photo was John Cope who had drunk so much Ben had to take him home early!

Charlie in wales said...

Jasmine mentioned being hounded by unsolicited phonecalls and anonymous insults - as ever the comment above proves the pettiness in CF. jasmine was a great amabassasor. Leave her alone!

Anonymous said...

Think you'll find she was on the front row looking rather lovely indeed. Trying to smear her name is only making YOU look bad.

Anonymous said...

Jasmine's name is being slung around in mud and why? So yes, jasmine is being bullied and it'a just mean

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