Born and raised in Florida and homeschooled by her Jamaican mother until
the age of 18, Guardiola relocated with her family to Santa Monica,
California. But Miami has stayed in her veins. It was her father, a
Cuban-born reggae musician, who taught her to play the guitar, a
mahogany Epiphone she still has today. She sums up the support she felt
by reciting the family ethos: “Whoever can handle that light will put on
sunglasses and hang out with you, and whoever can’t won’t.” Guardiola
spent her childhood in close proximity to that kind of wattage, spending
a lot of time with the late Bob Marley’s extended family, whom she knew
through her father’s ties to the reggae music scene. “We are Caribbean,
we have that spice. This is me—take it or leave it,” she says proudly.
i. those dreadful hammers esben and the witch / ii. body mother mother / iii. jamaican tUnE-yArDs / iv. men like gods gazelle twin / v. all for myself sufjan stevens / vi. the animus bell griffin mcelroy / vii. futuristic casket phantogram / viii. in for the kill shamir / ix. devils say hi / x. toothwheels múm
The daughter of a Jamaican mother and a Nigerian father, Yrsa Daley-Ward published her debut book bone in 2014. The actress and writer speaks on womanhood and sexuality; and breathes honesty in her poems highlighting her struggles with depression and self-reliance. You can follow Yrsa Daley-Ward on Twitter @YrsaDaleyWard.
Favorite Quote: “The pastor makes twenty-four references to hell in the sermon at church and forgets to talk about love.” —Yrsa Daley-Ward, bone
The Pete a was born on 5 June 1979 in Wilmette, Illinois, USA. Is a member of the band “Fall Out Boy”. Acts as backup vocalist, guitarist and songwriter.
Full name Ventra Pete Peter Lewis Kingston
Wentz in the Third. He was born and raised in a small American town, not far from Chicago. At the time of studying at school, he was a leading player in the local football team. Field schools he continued his education at the University, where he studied politics and law. In the course of a semester he regularly went to lectures, but realizing that it’s not his ability I decided not to drive myself annoying ranting about the political situation in the country.
Pete the press decided it’s time to devote to music. In that era he was one of the brightest representatives of the Chicago punk. The musician was a member of such collectives as “ARMA Angelus”, “7 Angels of the Apocalypse / Culture of violence”, “extinction”, “forever ended today, Baxter, and yellow road priest.”
In addition to his musical activities, Pete the press is the author of a book called “The Boy With The Thorn In His Side”. This work describes about the nightmares and the fears experienced by adolescents, in particular the author of the book. Pete was pretty candid in their presentations, in the end he got a pretty good story. His second work was the book “Gray”.
is a company “Clandestine Industries”, the focus of which is the spread of different inexpensive items such as books and clothing. Also at some point a musician has had his own recording Studio “Decaydance Records”. He recorded their albums bands like “Panic! At The Disco”, “October Fall”, “Gym Class Heroes, The Hush Sound, and Lifetime”.
The life of Pete
was muddled and unstable. In February 2005 he tried to commit suicide Dorm. The musician took a strong dose of antidepressants, but the doctors had time before to provide him with proper medical care.
Pete’s world with his band “fall out boy” recorded the albums: “liked”, “take it to the grave”, “from under the cork tree” and “infinite height”, “Folie à-DEUX”.
Pete the press is one of the most controversial celebrities of America. in addition to noisy scandals about his photos with a naked body, his unflagging accused of various crimes, up to the use of illicit drugs.
is a company “Clandestine Industries”, the focus of which is the spread of different inexpensive items such as books and clothing. So at the moment the musician got his own recording Studio “Decaydance Records”. He recorded their albums bands like “Panic! At The Disco”, “October Fall”, “Gym Class Heroes, The Hush Sound, and Lifetime”.
May 17, 2008 took place the wedding with ashlee Simpson. The ceremony took place in the mansion of Ashley’s parents in Encino, California, and passed without great pomp: the ceremony was attended by just 150 people – friends and relatives of the spouses. Among others, at a wedding attended sister Ashley, actress and singer Jessica Simpson, and Good Charlotte vocalist Joel Madden and his wife Nicole Richie. Interestingly, the guardian wedding rings made… favorite bulldog Pete - Hemingway
November 20, 2008, ashlee Simpson gave birth to Pete’s son.The boy was named Bronx Mowgli
. Delivery in Los andzhelesskom the medical center Cedars-Sinai
In March 2010, Pete has created a new group, Black Cards, plays in the genres of pop, electro, dancehall, experimental. The band: Pete the press, Bibi Rickshaw, Nate Patterson Spencer Peterson.
February 9, 2011 the world learned that the family of a has filed for divorce. According to official data, the cause became insurmountable odds.
Since August 2011 Pete is Dating model Meagan Camper.
Pete wrote a book called “The Boy With The Thorn In His Side”, based on his nightmares. His next book was called “Rainy Day Kids”, the release was scheduled for 14 February 2006 but was postponed because Pete was not pleased with some of the chapters. In addition, Pete has written another book along with James Montgomery, editor in chief of MTV News “Grey”.
Pete also has his own company Clandestine Industries, which distributes books, clothes and other goods. Besides, he has his own recording Studio Decaydance Records, on which were written the albums of groups such as Panic! At The Disco, October Fall, Gym Class Heroes, The Hush Sound, and Lifetime. He also collaborated with on the film Bartskull Films, and released their DVD “Release the Bats”.
These are a pair of 18 year old fraternal twins, Lucy and Maria Aylmer - they were born in 1997 to a white father and a half Jamaican mother. Lucy (the redhead) is studying art and design while her sister Maria is going into law. Genetics are pretty amazing!
My mother is Jamaican and I noticed that side of my family has sooo much love for their country and culture. We have a lot of African and Indian roots in Jamaican traditions as well. But I notice with African-Americans they don’t feel like they have a culture and they feel disconnected from Africa and I just don’t get it. I wasn’t born in America but grew up here and I love the AA culture. I find all the African diaspora ethnicities to be so beautiful and strong and I wish AA could feel this way
I’m seeing a lot of the Lexi, 19 posts and I have a few things to add to them:
Don’t attack her for her looks. That has nothing to do with her beliefs. Trash her terrible opinions all you want, but don’t bring this down to a fight about how she looks.
Her shirt is in very poor taste, Fall Out Boy or not. The dream catcher is a sacred thing to us Natives, but I know the shirt options at Hot Topic is limited so yeah. (there are other options btw for shirts)
Fall Out Boy has ALWAYS sided with the protesters. They are pro-protest.
Fall Out Boy is very open in it’s thinking (protesting, lgbtq+ rights, human rights) (ex. 20 Dollar Nosebleed, ending of the Uma Thurman video, You’re Crashing But You’re No Wave, a glance at Patrick’s twitter or Pete’s twitter most of the time)
Pete Wentz is bi-racial (his mother is Jamaican)
Patrick Stump (and I’m sure the rest of FOB as well) do NOT support the Ferguson police at all. Patrick at least has stated his opinion on them on his twitter.
Fall Out Boy would absolutely not support the use of them to help get this girl popular nor would they support her beliefs.
Just had to point out a few things. Basically, don’t bring this whole thing down to an argument on how “ugly” this girl looks, when there are a lot more issues to be discussing here. Her looks should not even be mentioned when there are several different things to point out here.