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Colin Kaepernick is so rhythmically challenged that it makes me wonder how tf he did strolls and worked that Kappa cane.

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  • #shout out to the kappas #my daddy one #but for real i wonder
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I really hate music elitists. If u don’t like the music then simply don’t listen to it. They’re are plenty of underground artists/musicians out here who make the music you like. Go support them and stfu. 

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  • #sheesh #always complaining #people ain't tryna be deep all the time #hell your favs ain't tryna to be deep all the time either #i like my basic ratchet turn up music as much as I like my lauryn hill common india arie music
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To think I was about to reblog huffington’s newspaper post on the young kids talking about Ferguson and racism (that was put together by fckh8) until I remembered a tweet blasting fuckh8 about their anti racism t-shirts, that the black babies wore in the video, all for profit. Then they go attack asexuality on facebook. Nope. 

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msstealyouroppa:

thedayofduck:

"Play the Game Boy" by A*M*E.  Here’s a fact: she wrote “Beautiful Stranger” for K-Pop girl group f(x).  More Black women in K-Pop found here.

She’s so pretty!

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reverseracism:

Speaking about natural hair, I still can’t understand what are people’s problems with Blue Ivy’s hair. The only explanation I could come up with is that they’re just anti-black, just plain and simple. 

Like I really don’t know what they expect to see when they complain that the child’s hair doesn’t look moisturize and not done. Do they expect it to become 3b curls? Why does she need her hair to be pulled back into a bun or braids in order for it to be ‘done’ by their standards? 

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