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Kylie Jenner Rant

I wasn’t even gonna post anything on this subject because I could care less about Kylie Jenner but then Justin got in the mix and it’s got me thinking

1. Kylie Jenner totally missed the actual message Amandla was trying to send out, which is ‘You don’t give a shit about us but you wanna look like us?’

2. Who the fuck does Justin Bieber think he is? Just cause your friends with Chris Brown, Tyga, Usher and [insert other black male r&b/hiphop artist] doesn’t mean you’ve been accepted into the black community that you try so hard to be like

3. Everyone wants to ‘be’ black but no one wants to be black

4. How old does Justin think Amandla is? Like da faq she’s only a year younger than Kylie, which says a lot.

5. It’s not about equality, it’s about justice

6. I’m so tired of white people being so ignorant about other races & cultures. It’s not fair that we have to sit around and hear about one of our own being gunned down while you live in bliss.
We all live in the same country, we all have about the same resources and we all go to the same schools like wake the fuck up

All that POC ask of you is that you educate yourself and GIVE A SHIT!


why you’re hiding…

you lost a bet 
Taurus: the darkness
Gemini: high school reunion
Cancer: there’s a great big world out there
Leo: the red starbucks communist cup invasion 
Virgo: overzealous harry potter fans
Libra: bees?
Scorpio: justin bieber is running around iceland in his underwear
Sagittarius: rabid pomeranian next door 
Capricorn: that guy in a fedora
Aquarius: no no see this is just a very elaborate game of hide and seek

Kylie Jenner and Justin Bieber are exhibiting white privilege in its truest form. A privilege that undermines the racial structures that inhibits blacks and African Americans from participating in a society that allows them to embrace their qualities and appearance without being stigmatized and degraded. It was true during the enslavement of blacks, it was true during the lynching era of blacks, it was true during the civil rights era that blacks feverishly fought in, and it’s true today when appropriation of black culture is at its highest point than its ever been.