celebrity confessions

I was watching the Grapevine the episode on biracial blackness and one of the people brought up a good point. She said the natural hair community was made by black women for black women to embrace their natural hair. But for some reason biracial women with big bouncy curls are the forefront or the poster girls for the natural hair movement. She made a point saying we let them enter our space. She also said anytime we let biracial women into our safe spaces, they become the poster girls for it e.g “black celebrities” - Zendaya, Tracee Ellis Ross, Mariah Carey, Halle Berry, Alicia Keys etc. Sure we have our own fully black celebrities we can name but the mixed race celebs are always at the forefront of it all. 

C: I hope the same black men and women calling Serena Williams a traitor do the same thing to black men who date white/non-black women, because these double standards make no sense. I thought Serena was “too manly”(😒) for y'all but suddenly she gets with a white man and now it’s “but the white man is bad!” She was tired of waiting around for black men to like her, if anything I’m proud!

C: So Karrueche got a restraining order on y'all boy. Riddle me this: How long did it finally take some of you to understand that Chris Brown is fucking trash? I’m not understanding the shock, surprise or fake anger. He’s literally been showing y'all who he is since ‘09, but y'all blamed Rihanna, consistently saying “none of us were there that night.” Stop coddling these grown ass men.

anonymous asked:

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO MY SPECIAL BOY!!!!!!! SIG!!!!!!! WHAT A GOOD BOY I HAVE BEEN BLESSED ON THIS DAY!!!!!!!!!! A BLESSING!!!! THE BEST THING THATS EVER HAPPENED IN MY LIFE!!!!!!! MY RAY OF SUNSHINE!!!!!!!!!! MY CERULEAN SKY BABY BOY!!!!!!!!!!!! PLEASE STAY SAFE MY SUNSHINE BABY!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I LOVE HIM WITH ALL MY HEART!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

May his birthday be filled with blue bugs!!

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Colin Farrell’s Celebrity Confession

Date With Them: JAY PARK

Place: Paris

  • GET READY FOR EXTREME DORKINESS;
  • This is Jay we’re talking about, right?;
  • So nothing will be planned;
  • And you’d go where he’d want to, without really asking you;
  • But somehow, he’d still make it super enjoyable???;
  • At about mid-noon, he’d take you to some high-end restaurant;
  • You’d eat quickly;
  • And then he’d take you to the Disneyland because it’s Jay we’re talking about;
  • And you really better prepare yourself to go with Jay to a Disneyland;
  • Cause he’ll take you to every fucking ride available;
  • Giving you a maximum break of 10 minutes;
  • Before resuming his sugar-high spree once again;
  • You’d taste food and sweets from around half or more food stalls;
  • And loads and loads of pictures!;
  • What about matching bracelets?;
  •      Check!;
  • All in all he’d be a child let loose;
  • With own money so you couldn’t even stop him;
  • As the evening dawned;
  • And you could barely stand on your legs;
  • He’d notice that and carry you princess style;
  • With everyone staring;
  • But he could care less;
  • Guess where he would take you?;
  • The legendary dating site;
  •      a.k.a the Ferris Wheel;
  •           Because even Jay can be a cliché romanticist;
  • And as you two would reach the top he’d say all of his thanks to you;
  • And all of his sorries ;
  • And then you two would kiss;
  • As you’d get home it might go in two directions;
  • He’d either find some comedy/ horror movie for you two to watch with plenty of pizza and ice-cream;
  •      Because the fancy food was not good at digesting;
  • Or you two would just go straight to the bedroom and celebrate your honest confessions.

C: So I guess if Samuel L. Jackson is saying that an American black man would added more to the role of “Get Out” than a British black man, can we then retract Don Cheadle’s involvement of Hotel Rwanda since he never experienced the genocide of Rwandans? Or can we erase Morgan Freeman’s involvement of Invictus since he never experienced Apartheid like Mandela did? Since, you know, an actor has to ethnically match the role they’re playing. Maybe J. Lo shouldn’t have played Selena, either.

C: How many celebrities are fully black? As in born with two black parents? Now how many of them are dark-skinned? Okay now, how many of them are women, leaving out Viola Davis and the Williams sisters? No one comes to mind for me. No one at all. Dark-skinned black women are still the most unrepresented in media. All dark skinned girls like me are getting is an internalised message that says “black is beautiful, but only if you’re lighter than a brown paper bag!”