Types Of Friends When A Boy Fucks You Over

The Rihanna-  Fuck’s up your ex’s car in broad daylight and waits for him to come out so he knows it was her

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The Nicki Minaj- Dresses you up in her clothes with your titties and ass all out. Records videos of you in the club dancing up on some dude, posts them to instagram and tags your ex in all of them

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The Beyoncé- Tells you to forget him and not worry about him. Then, coincidentally a week later his car gets repossessed, he loses his job, leg gets broken in three different places and he’s living back with his mama and can’t qualify for unemployment

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The Naomi Campbell- Hooks you up with her man’s wealthy friend. Is always sure to let your ex know what your new man has bought you

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The Viola Davis- Has a sit down with your ex and gives him a lecture of how disgusting of a person he is and she doesn’t let him get a word in. Tells him he owes you an apology and after that to never speak to you again or she will have more than words ready for him next time. Ends conversation with “are we clear?”

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The Cardi B- Literally will kill him

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The Lil Kim- Gets her brother and his friends to jump him

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The Tiffany ‘New York’ Pollard- Shows up to his job,cusses him out and gets him fired. Will wait for him out in the parking lot to cuss him out some more

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It happens whenever Beyonce performs or Rihanna steps outside. Its happened when Betty Davis wore hotpants and Left Eye wore condoms as eye patches. Whenever black women own their sense of sexuality and it appears to not be controlled by the hetero-male gaze, the whole world gets into a tizzy.
Headcanon Creepypasta Voices
  • Headcanon Creepypasta Voices

I was a bit bored, so I decided to travel the internet to find my headcanon voices for my favorite Creepypasta Characters with the help of Audacity! Here is the order in which they go in.

Jeff The Killer voiced by Mr.Creepypasta

BEN Drowned voiced by Nicky Jones

Slenderman voiced by TheArtistKnownasSir

Splendorman voiced by Markiplier

Tails Doll voiced by Daniel Davis

Rap Rat voiced by Rob Mungle

Laughing Jack voiced by Octopimp

Horace Horrible voiced by Dustin Hoffman

and finally The Skin-taker voiced by Sean Schemmel

Hope you like it as much as I do!


So About This Shortage of Black Actresses….there isn’t one.

Which is why I cannot for the life of me understand why Zoe Saldana was tapped to play QUEEN NINA SIMONE in her upcoming biopic or why The Hollywood Reporter decided ignorantly or audaciously (or both), with the unmitigated gall to release their annual THR Actresses Roundtable dressed in nothing but mayonnaise. I can’t.

With everyone talking about how great it was to be a Black actress in 2013 and how great it was for Black actresses in 2013, I somehow foolishly thought we’d progressed a bit more than this. Don’t get me wrong, I am very well aware of how much further we have to go, that’s why I started The Visibility Project.

But after the hoopla last year surrounding diversity in media I have a hard time believing that at the very least no one in these folks’ PR departments are saying, “Hey. So. Maybe blackface isn’t the best idea.” Or, “So hey, I was thinking, you don’t think we should…maybe….I don’t know….include like…one person of color this year?”

Don’t misunderstand me. I’m not asking for appeasement. I don’t need The Oscars to throw us a bone every 8-10 years to pacify or placate us, or increase the number of nominations every few years so we don’t get too loud or for The Hollywood Reporter to throw some random person of color in the roundtable just to fill a quota.

I just need them to stop insulting our intelligence. The, “There just aren’t any/enough (insert marginalized, overlooked, pushed aside group here),” or “These were just the best options,” rebuttals can be kept.
The excuses we keep getting about PoC and other marginalized (I swear I hate the word minority now) folks not supporting certain projects, or there being no audience for women comic heroes or Black leads in non “race themed” productions are no longer acceptable. Actually it hasn’t been for quite some time now.

This frustration only grows as a virtual list of better suitable (in talent and resemblance) actresses rolls through my head: Adepero Oduye, Viola Davis, Regina King, Nadine Ellis, Jerrika Hinton, Nicole Beharie, Naturi Naughton, Yaani King, Emayatzy Corinealdi, Teyonah Parris, Condola Rashad, Jennifer Hudson, Yaya Alafia, Nicki Micheaux, Anika Noni Rose, Audra McDonald, Brandy Norwood and Rutina Wesley to name a few. Then there’s Lorraine Toussaint, Whoopi Goldberg, Alfre Woodard, Angela Bassett, Phylicia Rashad and Oprah Winfrey if we’re talking about older actresses. Also, I know that the resemblance isn’t really there but can I throw my boo, Tika Sumpter in there just ‘cause? Cause reasons.

I mean have you seen Adepero Oduye werk?!

Equally infuriating is THR’s decision to exclude actresses of color from this year’s roundtable. I’m not going to mince my words or use politically correct language and say actresses of color were overlooked. You can’t convince me of that. And even if that were true, that’s equally as bad if not worse. But don’t we expect that from the defaulters?

A lot of folks are saying some version of, “no shade to Zoe but…” No. No passes. At some point you have to be held responsible for the decisions you make in your career and that includes choosing and accepting certain roles. At some point you need to know better, then do better. By all means maintain creative autonomy – just understand what that means.

There still isn’t a huge volume of roles for Black actors to choose from and even less for Non-Black actors of color so I get it – to a certain degree. As veteran actor Russell Hornsby pointed out last yearin an interview about this very topic, that excuse – the idea of just being “happy to be in the game,” isn’t acceptable anymore. “We’re savvier as a people,“ Hornsby said.

I would have been more inclined to give Saldana a pass were it not for her response to the criticism. Or the other times she told us how she really feels. The only way she could have gotten it more wrong is if she had responded, “fuck you pay me,” literally instead of the equally ignorant way she told us racism doesn’t exist anymore (Because Obama): “We have a Black president right now. So why the fuck would I sit down and talk about how hard it is for Black women in Hollywood when there’s a Black president in my country?” (She also thinks “there’s no such thing as ‘people of color‘” but that’s a whole other conversation.)

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Zoe. Stop lettin’ the devil use you.

It gets worse. And maybe worst of all, are the Black people and other PoC who don’t see anything wrong with this. The folks who don’t see that this speaks to larger issues of racism and colorism and privilege and power when a Black actress’ darker skin and wider nose aren’t even good enough to play a Black icon with darker skin and a wider nose. A Black icon whose career and voice was spent speaking out and battling these very issues!

Jesus fix it!

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“There’s a secret language shared among black girls who are destined to climb mountains and cross rivers in a world that tells us to belong to the valleys that surround us. You learn it very young, and although it has no words, you hear it clearly. You sense it when you walk into rooms with your hair in full bloom, each coil glorious, your sway swift and your stance proud. You feel it like a rhythm you can’t shake if you even dared to quiet the sounds around you.” ~ Solange Knowles


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Breaking the Radio Silence: Violent Government Crackdowns on Protests in Venezuela (feat. Oscar)

This week on Hyphenated*, unapologetically-yellow and BlackinAsia invite special guest Oscar discusses the little-reported students protests in Venezuela. What is going on? What is the background of the protests? What has happened so far? Why isn’t the media, mainstream or alternative, covering this? For a few resources on what is going on, here are three (x, x, x,) links. For other news stories, we cover the Dunn trial; Kansas’s anti-gay segregation bill; Mohammad Assaf being banned from performing at the World Cup; Nicki Minaj’s apology with regards to using Malcolm X’s image. We also answer questions from viewblackmirage, unobservables, and notafanofstripedcardigans.

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I wish white women would just shut the fuck up when black women excel or speak their minds. Emma Watson, Taylor Swift, Miley Cyrus, Nancy Lee Grahn, and all you bitches just SHUT UP. Cuz most of the shit you say in response to black women is diarrhea of the mouth and no one wants to hear it. NOBODY. KEEP IT.