So many of us need to hear this. We hold on so tight to things because we either become comfortable, we settle or we don’t know our own worth. When you know what you deserve you let go of the foolishness holding you back! Aren’t you tired of being sick and tired? Aren’t you tired of the lies and wasted time on someone who never deserved it?
We live a world where all these sexual assault allegations have come to light and people are being fired, asked to step down from their position. Yet Commander Cheeto has mulitple sexual assault allegations against him, and was caught on a voice recorder admitting/bragging about assaulting women and you stupid fuckers voted for him anyway! How is this happening?! Please explain?!
She still didn’t answer the question, How should black people voice their grievances? Since we already heard the many ways that they shouldn’t.
Talked yourself out of getting into a relationship? Really think about this question. You ever met someone you deemed too good to be true so you find ways to not move forward? Why do we self sabotage things when things are looking good?
Drop your thoughts.
Gotta love Trevor Noah for getting to the whole truth and the point!
Black folks have a way of annoying my soul. Yes, I’m black. I GET THAT YOU ARE PRO BLACK, ALL BLACK EVERYTHING. IF YOU AREN’T AWAKE, YOUR LOST KIND OF BLACK FOLKS.
Many holidays come throughtout the year and it never fails someone gotta come out and this holiday ain’t for us, its for white folks, it’s a pagan holiday, you brainwashing your kids and all that jazz. You say it every holiday, every year we get it. Some people choose to celebrate and that’s their right, so can they live? Seriously?! If you don’t we know why, but it doesn’t you have to press people to do what you choose to do. That’s like forcing someone to believe your religious beliefs. We are all different people and we can make decisions for ourselves. Why can’t you respect our views be it right or wrong?
A person can be supporting black owned business, informed on things and bettering the black communities but has decided to celebrate the holidays of their choosing. Doesn’t that make anyone less black than you?
Why can’t we do what our parents do, celebrate what they want and when the children are educated on the truth of the holiday choose at that point whether or not they want to continue to celebrate it. Or is that something white people do?