Mutha Puaka was formed as a motorcycle social club post World War 2 by ace pilot Captain John "Mutha" McPuaka, who played a pivotal role in ensuring Allied victory through unparalleled air superiority. After McPuaka led his fighter squadron 'The Batshit Crazies' into glorious victory against Nazi aircraft in ‘The Battle For Yoma Ma’, the crew settled in Petaling Jaya, Selangor, winning over the hearts and parts of local women who, tried as they might, could not resist their devilish charms.
Mutha Puaka was directly involved in the uprising of oppressed sewer rats against the totalitarian feline regime of 1972, dubbed ‘Tikus Tokus You Don’t Stopus’. Mutha Puaka also led men in one of the bloodiest battles in history, against the use of shoulder pads and excessive hair gel in the 1980s.
In the 90s, Mutha Puaka was at the forefront of championing the rights of the Blackinese – those who look Chinese but are African from the waist down, but are bruthas through and through.
Mutha Puaka provided support during the riots organised by the National Hunchback Association who protested against the offensive Black Eyed Peas song ‘My Humps’.
Today, Mutha Puaka is recognized amongst chopper riders, skate rats, dirtbags and lonely women as the go-to guys for good times. Mutha Puaka opened its flagship store at The Gasket Alley in December 2017, providing wearable merchandise in exchange for small sums of money.
Never Bully The Weak, Never Fear The Strong.
Be a Mutha Puaka every day.