Gotta say, Kanye West seems super into wedding planning and I love that. Every time I flip to TMZ it’s him and his lady wedding shopping in Paris. All men should be that involved.

missjia:

peaceshine3:


"And we got this other thing that’s been working for a long time where you don’t have to be racist anymore, it’s called self-hate. It works on itself it’s like real estate of racism. Where, just like that, when someone comes up and says something like “I am a god”, everybody says, “who does he think he is?” I just told you who I thought I was! A god! I just told you, that’s who I think I am. Would it have been better if I called a song that said “I am a nigga”? Or if I had a song that said “I am a gangster”? Or if I had a song that song “I am a pimp”? All those colors and petinas fit better on a person like me right? But to say you are a god? Especially when you got shipped over to the country you’re in and your last name is a slave owners’. How could you say that? How could have that mentality?"

This is what I always have said….especially after Kanye’s Bush & Taylor Swift incidents…America HATES a confident black man or black woman. America is like: After all the SHIT and terror we’ve put you through…WHO THE FUCK are you to be so confident and in love with yourself…People are mad a niggaz spirit has not been broken yet. Oppressors are amazed at the fact that after all the shit they’ve put people through that we can still smile, and laugh, and believe and KNOW we are divine. And that makes them angry and hate themselves as well…because they cannot find that spirit in themselves. So they project it on the oppressed and the vicious cycle continues.

Welp.
Zoom Info
missjia:

peaceshine3:


"And we got this other thing that’s been working for a long time where you don’t have to be racist anymore, it’s called self-hate. It works on itself it’s like real estate of racism. Where, just like that, when someone comes up and says something like “I am a god”, everybody says, “who does he think he is?” I just told you who I thought I was! A god! I just told you, that’s who I think I am. Would it have been better if I called a song that said “I am a nigga”? Or if I had a song that said “I am a gangster”? Or if I had a song that song “I am a pimp”? All those colors and petinas fit better on a person like me right? But to say you are a god? Especially when you got shipped over to the country you’re in and your last name is a slave owners’. How could you say that? How could have that mentality?"

This is what I always have said….especially after Kanye’s Bush & Taylor Swift incidents…America HATES a confident black man or black woman. America is like: After all the SHIT and terror we’ve put you through…WHO THE FUCK are you to be so confident and in love with yourself…People are mad a niggaz spirit has not been broken yet. Oppressors are amazed at the fact that after all the shit they’ve put people through that we can still smile, and laugh, and believe and KNOW we are divine. And that makes them angry and hate themselves as well…because they cannot find that spirit in themselves. So they project it on the oppressed and the vicious cycle continues.

Welp.
Zoom Info
missjia:

peaceshine3:


"And we got this other thing that’s been working for a long time where you don’t have to be racist anymore, it’s called self-hate. It works on itself it’s like real estate of racism. Where, just like that, when someone comes up and says something like “I am a god”, everybody says, “who does he think he is?” I just told you who I thought I was! A god! I just told you, that’s who I think I am. Would it have been better if I called a song that said “I am a nigga”? Or if I had a song that said “I am a gangster”? Or if I had a song that song “I am a pimp”? All those colors and petinas fit better on a person like me right? But to say you are a god? Especially when you got shipped over to the country you’re in and your last name is a slave owners’. How could you say that? How could have that mentality?"

This is what I always have said….especially after Kanye’s Bush & Taylor Swift incidents…America HATES a confident black man or black woman. America is like: After all the SHIT and terror we’ve put you through…WHO THE FUCK are you to be so confident and in love with yourself…People are mad a niggaz spirit has not been broken yet. Oppressors are amazed at the fact that after all the shit they’ve put people through that we can still smile, and laugh, and believe and KNOW we are divine. And that makes them angry and hate themselves as well…because they cannot find that spirit in themselves. So they project it on the oppressed and the vicious cycle continues.

Welp.
Zoom Info

missjia:

peaceshine3:

"And we got this other thing that’s been working for a long time where you don’t have to be racist anymore, it’s called self-hate. It works on itself it’s like real estate of racism. Where, just like that, when someone comes up and says something like “I am a god”, everybody says, “who does he think he is?” I just told you who I thought I was! A god! I just told you, that’s who I think I am. Would it have been better if I called a song that said “I am a nigga”? Or if I had a song that said “I am a gangster”? Or if I had a song that song “I am a pimp”? All those colors and petinas fit better on a person like me right? But to say you are a god? Especially when you got shipped over to the country you’re in and your last name is a slave owners’. How could you say that? How could have that mentality?"

This is what I always have said….especially after Kanye’s Bush & Taylor Swift incidents…America HATES a confident black man or black woman. America is like: After all the SHIT and terror we’ve put you through…WHO THE FUCK are you to be so confident and in love with yourself…People are mad a niggaz spirit has not been broken yet. Oppressors are amazed at the fact that after all the shit they’ve put people through that we can still smile, and laugh, and believe and KNOW we are divine. And that makes them angry and hate themselves as well…because they cannot find that spirit in themselves. So they project it on the oppressed and the vicious cycle continues.

Welp.

damburgen:

i love the bound 2 video because it is so clearly an earnest depiction of kim through kanye’s eyes. he wants everyone to see her the way he sees her: organic, beautiful, tender. it’s so sweet.