i cried for ashley cain over the weekend.
but i’ll font why.
ashley cain was the mtv reality bad boy who seemed to have changed his ways over the years.
he was a thirst trap kang,
especially showing off that major tail of his,
but it all changed once he had his daughter.
when azaylia diamond cain came into his life,
she really complimented the new “ashley cain”.
it saddened me to learn azaylia was fighting a battle with leukemia upon her birth.
i know how that can go because my mother battled and passed from the same disease.
i follow ashley on his snapchat and he was really active in showcasing that journey.
he spent many days and nights in the hospital,
even working out quietly when she was asleep.
i really was drawn to his dedication on helping his daughter fight for her life.
i haven’t seen ashley in a while.
he didn’t post anything on snap and i was wondering what he was up to.
i’ve been dealing with my own life so i fell off from catching up.
i got a notification on my phone on sunday with the sad news that he posted on ig…
even if it’s porn,
people have started legit careers and become legends in their fields.
i’d like to think that is what we all strive for.
in whatever fields we go into,
we do our best so that we become respected and open doors for those behind us.
we can’t look down on people because they aren’t in “respected” fields.
Sex work is something we all have enjoyed at some point in our lives.
i’ll be the first to admit that I’m not familiar with gay porn wolf,
after doing the research before i wrote this entry,
stories like these trigger me,
especially when you see the journey of someone dying with cancer.
i watched my parents and many of my family members die of various cancer.
they go from looking really healthy to becoming skin and bones in a matter of seconds.
i was sent many pictures of kyle goffeny‘s twin,
as he battled having colon cancer.
seeing his pictures broke me.
his brother lost his battle a few days ago…
“I’m so sad Jamari…“
as the saying goes:
“If it ain’t one thing…”
has had a tough few months.
we have those moments in life where nothing seems to go right.
it literally is one thing after the other.
we are in a constant washing machine of bs.
there was the car accident that gave her ptsd last year.
the police said it was her fault and it was looking like she would have to pay up.
she has since worked through all of those issues for a positive end.
some people you think will be immortal and live on forever.
cicely tyson was one of those actresses for me.
even in her older age,
she was still giving us that work in front of that camera.
i enjoyed her role as annalise keating’s mama on “how to get away with murder“.
when someone has lived a full life of accomplishments at such an old age,
we need to see it as a blessing.
many don’t get a chance to live that long.
we lost our black legend and queen,
lawd ham mercy,
what is going on today?
it comes to a point where we will lose our legends.
we are not meant to stay here on earth permanently.
as we age; so do they.
what is good to know is that they made a difference with their time here on earth.
our black baseball great,
is not with us anymore as well…