Kanye did not call for approval, but to ask Taylor to release his single โ€œFamousโ€ on her Twitter account. She declined and cautioned him about releasing a song with such a strong misogynistic message. Taylor was never made aware of the actual lyric, โ€˜I made that bitch famous.โ€™
—  Tree Paine in a statement to Perez Hilton on Kanye West stating he got Taylor Swiftโ€™s approval for the song Famous and the sexist lyrics involved
  • Clarke:*runs to try to get Roan to kill Nia to save Lexa*
  • Clarke:*runs to try to kill Nia herself to save Lexa*
  • Clarke:*probably runs to Jesus to try get him to kill Nia to save Lexa*
  • Clarke:*runs back to the tower out of breath to beg Lexa to save Lexa*
  • Lexa:This fight is gonna happen.
  • Clarke:*still out of breath*
  • Clarke:Like...
  • Clarke:*falls to the ground*
  • Clarke:Like I care.
  • Clarke:*faints*

As a PoC, this Bellamy storyline is bothering me. I do ship CL together, but if they’re really goin to villainize B just to make C+L out to be white saviors, I’m gonna have to stop watching the show.
I mean, it’s hard finding a show where I don’t have to resort to fanfiction to see my sexuality represented, but at the same time, I’m really tired of seeing writers sacrifice a PoC’s charaterisation for the sake of a storyline.
Same thing happened with Reagan from Faking It, made her character extremely biphobic so the GA would dislike her enough for them to just write her out for the sake of K*rmy.
Pike is manipulating Bellamy whilst he’s grieving and in a fragile state, Bellamy’s going to be involved in the slaughtering of hundreds of people, and he’s going to lose his sister (the most important person to him); and as predictable as t100 is becoming, they’re gonna make him do something drastic and/or borderline unforgivable as apart of the “I have nothing left to lose” trope.
They’re literally gonna try and make us hate him.
Sigh. This is frustrating. You don’t have to villainize someone just to make a certain storyline work. I’m tired of it. And I’m tired of it being one of my own.
Yes, I’m a lesbian, asexual, and will cling to any show that introduces any type of LGBTQA+ representation, but I’m also Black, and my race comes first.

Not only is Kanye’s comment offensive to Taylor, it’s offensive to women everywhere. Women are not objects to men to be used however a man sees fit. Men have no right to dominate women whenever they feel like it and in his song he seems to think that objectifying them is okay. It’s not. Ever. What if someone did that to Kim or North? That’s the problem these days. Men seem to think it’s okay to sing about objectifying women, harassing them, treating them as if they are a step below them. Well they aren’t. And as someone in a position like his he should know better. It’s disgusting how he’s conducting himself and his daughter is watching him. She sees how he treats other women (Taylor, Amber, etc). Stop being such a sexist asshole Kanye and treat women with respect.