i’ve been asking myself:
What’s the point of holding people accountable anymore?
there is always some idiot vixen,
dick hungry gay,
or toxic straight that lets bad behavior slide.
has been shining brightly as a problematic straight.
between his fans and other toxics in the industry,
i’m sure he has been coddled into not giving af.
remember when ( x was briefly canceled )?
he was supposed to donate money to the hiv/aids organizations,
but it appears he has allegedly ghosted them via nme…
or is it “FUCK PEOPLE” for still keeping this going?
i kept saying by the looks of social media,
it appeared the worst of us was behind us with how folks were acting.
i see people with no masks living their best pre-2020 lives.
it was all fairytales and fallacies.
the rona hasn’t gone anywhere.
we got a new one called “omarion” that is about to shut my state down…
some people don’t have what it takes to be a star.
everyone wants to bypass the hard work it takes to create content.
they want to bypass that straight towards the admiration and stans NOW.
for someone like beyonce,
who literally had to wake up at 5 am to run and sing in heels to learn breath control,
that has all paid off for her becoming a legend for our generation.
i’m sure beyonce has felt pressure to do all that she does.
with big heels comes a bigger purpose.
even britney spears were out here working her ass off for her spot in pop.
some of the entertainers of today are kinda lazy and complain way too much.
seems like one of those entertainers.
she said she hasn’t fun being a star and hates all the things that come with being famous…
i’m not jamaican,
but some caribbean people are so interesting to me.
growing up under a bajan household,
i was a fucked up mess filled with shame because i wouldn’t be loved for me.
my father literally wanted to know all about my life,
pretended to accept me for me,
only to act weird when i admitted to him i was gay.
This muthasucka brought nothing as a father figure when I needed him,
but had the nerve to look down on me when I could do the same to him.
so the righteous values of jamaica are being disrupted at the moment.
as you know,
it’s a 95% chance that if you will be banished for being gay by any jamaican.
violent vagabonds and domestic abusers might get a pass,
and everything wrong with caribbean men might get another pass,
but you will be thrown to the pits of hell for being gay amongst those folks.
a reggae artist from that country,
didn’t get the memo that all of her jamaican ancestors are looking down on her for this:
reggae artist sizzla and another had something to say…
that was a classic episode of sex and the city.
ya’ll remember the episode when the dude broke up with carrie via a post-it note?
with his dry-ass asmr sex.
this part was my favorite in the episode tho:
Sidebar: I went to club Bed when it was poppin’.
There were actual beds in this club that you had to pay to reserve.
I knew a wolf who knew a wolf so I chilled on his bed.
I did make the mistake of standing on the bed we were on.
Security tackled my ass off that shit and onto the ground.
I wonder if anyone ever smashed on those beds in the club?
this show really spoke to my young fresh-ass foxy life.
nowadays these dudes ghost you without even sending a text or an ig dm.
so they launched the teaser trailer for the sex and the city spinoff,
“…and just like that“…
i knew tiffany,
the character played by amanda seales on insecure,
was an aka (alpha kappa alpha) but it never defined her character to me.
i didn’t even know the 4 characters went to stanford tbh.
even though tiffany brings the bougie energy between the 4,
she isn’t someone that i pay too much attention to.
from what i know,
they never disrespected the aka organization on the show.
the akas (and the whole greek life) is having a fit now because aka “revolt“…