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C: Pretty sure I am the only black person who isn’t a diehard fan of Kendrick Lamar. I like what his music stands for and what he does, but I have never been able to consume his brand. I tried really hard to get into his music with no prevail. This makes me ashamed of myself, because when he comes up, I have nothing to contribute, while everyone else talks about how much they love him and how awesome he is.

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'Gotham' Actor Seeks Help On Twitter After His Child Goes Missing
Jade Logue apparently went missing near the Barclays Center/Fort Greene area on Monday.

Folks, Jade is a transgender, only 16, and was recently worried about being ‘assaulted’ which is a fairly bland word for the horror, terror and violence in question. The Twitter is HERE with a photo of Jade. 

Remember, this is a CHILD.

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It’s Star Wars celebration this weekend! Posting these alternative movie posters all at once. 

All Prints available:

A New Hope

The Empire Strikes Back

Return of the Jedi

The Force Awakens

Rogue One

The Last Jedi

Celebrities

Week Ending June 26th, 2017

  1. Gal Gadot
  2. Sasha Velour +10
  3. Tom Holland
  4. Sebastian Stan
  5. Henrik Holm
  6. Cole Sprouse
  7. Chris Pine −5
  8. Johnny Depp
  9. Chris Evans −4
  10. Carrie Fisher
  11. Matthew Daddario
  12. Benedict Cumberbatch
  13. Shea Couleé +3
  14. Tom Hiddleston +6
  15. Lili Reinhart
  16. Zendaya −3
  17. Emma Watson
  18. Jensen Ackles −9
  19. Kylie Jenner −8
  20. Alexandra Daddario

The number in italics indicates how many spots a name moved up or down from the previous week. Bolded names weren’t on the list last week.

Originally posted by guti

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  • The Carter household just got a little bit bigger. Multiple sources have confirmed to Us Weekly, People and E! News that Beyoncé has given birth to twins. 
  • The newborns arrived earlier this week, according to Us Weekly’s sources. That now makes three children for music’s power couple, Beyoncé and Jay Z, whose oldest child, Blue Ivy, was born in January 2012. Read more. (6/17/17, 11:06 PM)