throwing up gang signs

anonymous asked:

In the new bangtan bomb,, taehyung is on snapchat 🌚🌚🌚 i wanna know what he posts so bad

tae prolly high key one of them boys who snapchat w music in the background n is mouthing 25% of di words and mumbling the rest as he flexes his new gold rolex watch in the camera. he also prolly throws up a couple of gang signs n on rare occasions, squawks or goes “bang bang” if di song is hip hop. jajsjdjwjfnr

onuki  asked:

Aye if you see people using blood lip ( replacing letters with 🅱 ) encourage em to stop because its gang vocabulary lol ! The equivalent of white peeps throwing up gang signs as funny 🤡

Ohmy! I am sorry, I didn’t knew!! ( I am bilingual and english is not my first language, theres ton of things I need to know about this!)

I won’t reblog any of it anymore and i’ll try to remember people (nicely) to not to! thanks for the info!

>smacks lips profusely 

SO HOL UP HOL UP

>steals

SO U BE SAYIN

>gets jiggy with it

SO HOL UP U BE SAYN

>makes kool aid

AYOOOO U BE SAYIN

>googles nearest KFC

U BE SAYIN

>collects welfare

HOL UP HOLL UP

>licks teeth and smacks lips

U BE SAYINN

>does the crip walk

SO UB SAYYN

>opens up a 40 for Trayvon Martin

HOL UP U BE SAYN MEH

>checks in with parole officer

WE WUZ

>dindunuffin

FINNA WE WUZ

>sucks air through teeth

AYO HOL UP WE WUZ

>pulls up sagging pants

SO WE WUZ

>instinctively looks around for police

SO YOU BE SAYIN WE WUZ

>grabs crotch

SOM FINNA

>lights up 

SO WE WUZ

>shouts at movie theatre screen

SOM FINNA

>fathers a child

AYOOOOOOO SOM FINNA SON

>sets down cotton bale

HOL UP

>strokes welfare check pensively 

WE WUZ

>throws up gang sign

SOM FINNA

>swings from basketball hoop

WEWWWUZ

>texts Keisha

SOME FINNA

>participates in drive by shooting 

HOL UP MY G

>shoots police a bird

U SAYIN WE WUZ

>sells crack

KAAAAAAAAAAAAANNNGZ N SHIEEEEETTTTT

>beats girlfriend

WE BUIL DE PYRUHMIDZ

>tweets #BLM

DAS 
RIIIIIIIIIIITTTTEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

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As one half of the genre-defying duo Prayers, Leafar Seyer has his feet firmly planted in two worlds. On one hand he’s a goth, sporting black nails, a crucifix earring, and professing a deep abiding love for groups like Depeche Mode and Joy Division. On the other hand he is a proud chicano, tattooed with the symbols of his second family, the Sherman Grant Hills Park gang of southeastern San Diego. His Instagram page could feature anything from images of the singer in a swanky New York City hotel room to a picture of him throwing up gang signs with a friend who just got out of prison. He is a walking juxtaposition, a living oxymoron who has taken the seemingly opposite of worlds of goth and gangbanging to create the entirely unique genre of cholo goth. Along with producer Dave Parley’s hard hitting synth beats, Seyer’s songs are defiant tales of violence and melancholia. Sentiments that are amplified by meticulously art directed, shot in gorgeous black and white and starring the coolest, most stylish cliques in around—people who, like Seyer—find themselves straddling two subcultures.

In this latest installment of Behind the Lens, Seyer discusses the visual aesthetic of Prayers, shares some behind the scenes photos from his new music video and explains his love for 80s English synth-pop duo Pet Shop Boys.  

Check it out here. 

What Y'all Need to Realize

Black culture isn’t about wearing the newest J’s, smokin dope, talking a certain way, or wearing certain things. It isn’t about droppin your new mixtape or leaving your woman to take care of yall’s kids. It isn’t about not paying child support or not having a dad. And it isn’t about sagging your pants and throwing up gang signs. It’s not about fighting or getting an ass whooping. Black culture is about knowing what your grandfathers and grandmothers had to go through back then, it’s about knowing where we stand now as a race. It’s about listening to music and eating certain things you’d rarely find anywhere else. It’s about family. It’s about knowing your roots and where you came from. Its about knowing certain stories about being black. Its about accepting all types of black people in your circle. Black culture and ghetto culture are two different things.

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“~Throw them devilish gang signs in the air, start givin’ it up for little evil me~”

Brother on Marrige

So a couple years ago i asked my brother what would happen if someone asked him why he wasn’t married and he said that he would drop the dopest line and jack…ive literally been in anticipation of this moment for like many years. today is the day i finally saw it happen. He did it. Just now. It happend.

OMG, SO THIS OLD ASS ‘AUNTY’ WAS ROUND AND SHE’S SUPER ‘TRADITIONAL’ AND SHE GOES, “WOW WHY ARNT YOU MARRIED” TO MY YOUNGER BROTHER AND HE TURNS TO ME AND WHISPERS, “IT’S TIME.”
HE PAUSES FOR A SECOND, CROUCHES ON THE FLOOR IN FRONT OF HER WITH HIS HANDS ON HERS, LOOKS HER DEAD IN THE EYES AND STERNLY PROCLAIMS….
“AUNTY, IM MARRIED TO THE GAME.” *THROWS UP SOME UNOFFICIAL GANG SIGNS AND WALKS OUT*

IM LITERALLY IN TEARS. I CAN’T EVEN. OMG.

Everything But the Burden: What White People Are Taking from Black Culture by Greg Tate

White kids from the ’burbs are throwing up gang signs. The 2001 Grammy winner for best rap artist was as white as rice. And blond-haired sorority sisters are sporting FUBU gear. What is going on in American culture that’s giving our nation a racial-identity crisis?

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can you believe louis is the cutest person on earth he says things like “oi oi” and “happy days” while sticking up his smol middle finger or throwing west side gang signs like aww you cutie with a teacup tattoo on your arm how endearing