|The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come|
Nice Peter as the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come
|Birth name||The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come|
|Nickname(s)||The Ghost of Christmas Future|
|Rap battle information|
|Appeared in||Donald Trump vs Ebenezer Scrooge|
|Release date||December 19, 2013|
|Location(s)||Ebenezer Scrooge's mansion|
Information on the rapper
The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come is the last of the three spirits to appear as foretold by Jacob Marley in A Christmas Carol, and resembles Death itself.
Never speaking, the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come took Scrooge into the future that could be, pointing out things that would happen if he did not mend his ways, including Tiny Tim's death (preventable only if his family had more money) and Scrooge's own death (more natural and inevitable, but in this case, completely unmourned, if not even celebrated).
Out of both fear and remorse, Scrooge was ultimately convinced by the final specter and repented, thus changing his ways, starting the following Christmas morning.
[Note: The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come is in dark gray, while Ebenezer Scrooge is in regular text.]
Boo! (Ah!) You're gonna die
With no one to love you and no one to cry!
Alone by yourself on the bed of your death
With the stench of regret on your last dying breath,
'Cause you've chosen the path of a selfish man
With Tiny Tim's innocent blood on your hands!
The penance you pay for the way you behave
Is written as plain as the name on this grave!
- The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come's background was a modified version of William Shakespeare's background.
- It is the first character to rap against someone from the same fictional universe, as it battled Ebenezer Scrooge.