girls who rap

i am SO SICK of people (including other girls) putting girls down for everything they do. y’all won’t let us win. you’ll make fun of a girl who like starbucks and victoria’s secret leggings for being too basic, make fun of an athletic or muscular girl by saying she “looks like a man”, call any girl who likes nirvana or classic rock a poseur but girls who like rap music ‘thots’, and harass “art hoe” type girls for liking popular, talented artists or yellow fucking backpacks. i swear to god, anything a girl likes becomes a meme. young girls are a joke and it’s time we get treated with some fucking respect.

time and time again have i heard “why don’t you just be original and do things you actually enjoy?” like what??? the fuck??? is this??? no girl can EVER enjoy anything that anyone else has ever enjoyed, EVER. absolutely not. and honestly who gives a shit if she developed her interests based on somebody else’s? that’s how we learn and grow and discover ourselves. i guarantee you that you wouldn’t enjoy shitting in the toilet unless you saw the rest of the world do it first.

it’s not funny, it’s pure misogyny. and it has to stop.

Shout out to my
Quirky black girls
Tall black girls
Short black girls
Fair skinned black girls
Light skinned black girls
Dark skinned black girls
Fun sized black girls
Ivy League black girls
Community college black girls
Hippie black girls
Trans black girls
Queer black girls
Nerd black girls
Alternative black girls
Indie black girls
Afrocentric black girls
Curly haired black girls
Short haired black girls
Long haired black girls
Straight haired black girls
Black girls with piercings
Black girls with colored hair
Black girls who love to read
Black girls who play instruments
Black girls who are scholars
Black girls who like ballet
Black girls who like to twerk
Black girls who like rap
Black girls who like art
Black girls who like classical music To all black girls who refuse to be subjected to prejudices and forced into a mold. I love you.

One day I want BTS to dress up as different Doctor Who’s and just run. They are always running and so is the Doctor. Couple that with the new song title, Not Today, reminds me of one of my favorite quotes from the show:

“Everybody knows that everybody dies. But not every day. Not today. Some days are special. Some days are so, so blessed. Some days, nobody dies at all. Now and then, every once in a very long while, every day in a million days, when the wind stands fair and the Doctor comes to call, everybody lives.”
— River Song, Season 6, Episode 13“

-support girls who do powerful concepts

-support girls who do soft concepts

-support girls who do sexy concepts

-support girls who do rap concepts

-support girls who do ballad concepts

-support girls from smaller companies

-support girls who are talented and yet get stuck with bad songs, bad management, and bad luck

-support girl groups

-support duos

-support solo artists

-support girl groups because they work just as hard (if not harder) then boy groups and yet most of them don’t get the support they deserve.

EXID rap sheet
  • “Who’s That Girl” - murdering two people by causing their car to crash.
  • “I Feel Good” - breaking and entering; not wearing seat belts while driving on motorway
  • “Every Night” - murder or attempted murder of over 15 people via pepper-derived poison gas
  • “Up & Down” - murder of (Shinsadong?) Tiger man by poison
  • Mad Clown’s “Fire” - domestic physical abuse (mutual)
  • “Ah Yeah” - sexual harassment bordering on physical assault
  • “Hot Pink” - selling contaminated unauthorized fuel; assault, kidnapping and possible murder of two police officers
  • “L.I.E.” - unsanitary food preparation practices in kitchen; murder of masked man through spontaneous combustion, possibly by excessive peppering of meat