i admire those who can live beyond their minds.
the ones who aren’t shackled in the dungeons within it depths.
your mind will really play trickson you.
it’ll have you feeling like you don’t belong and shouldn’t exist.
it’ll replay past traumas that can cripple you. i’ve been there and still there.
some days are better than others.
it can be a real struggle to find my worth. this is one of the reasons i’m so glad mental health is being talked about.
in the black community,
it is often swept underneath the rug.
we’re told most white people are supposed to be weaker mentally,
as they tend to kill themselves due to their own mental illnesses,
but survey says that’s a whole lie as of late. kofi siriboe, who is one of the stars in own’s “queen sugar”, and the epitome of fine af, released a short film he wrote and produced about mental health.
it’s called “jump” and i wanted to show it to the foxhole…
i want to thank the f-bi and those at “urban world film festival” for the invite to this wonderful event
i was so grateful for the opportunity and it showed me exactly where i want to belong. okay now that’s done, let’s continue…
so a f-bi sent me an email to attend the screening of the mid season premiere of one of my favorite shows, “queen sugar”.
i saw that it would have a q&a with the cast at the end of it. you didn’t have to tell me twice.
i sent an email and got a rsvp invite (+1) instantly.
since i was talking to the pretty vixen at the time,
i asked her if she wanted to attend with me. when we got there…
i lovemy black vixens,
and i will defend them until i die when needed,
but they really make me vex sometimes. so kofi siriboe, one of the stars of “queen sugar”, mightallegedly be in trouble with some of the black vixens.
you know he comes off very woke with his image. well he did this on his twitter… Continue reading “So Ya’ll Trying To “Cancel” Kofi Siriboe Now? (SMH)”