Im not the biggest JayZ and Beyonce fan but what is wrong with their daughters hair? You rather the put that 57 inch brazalian in it? 😂😂😂
Mafuggas is ignorant. Because they allow her to rock it natural it’s “nappy” , “unpresentable” ??? Some black people be screaming their self-hate at the top of their lunges.
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I can’t argue with the fact that black people shame those who wear it natural. That happens. All. The. Time. However can they do something to it (her hair)? Comb it? Moisturize it? Something. Not everyone is saying press/perm/weave it. That child’s hair looks matted and unkept. Notice I didn’t say ‘nappy’. Beyonce doesn’t step out of the house looking less than 10. Whether you feel her 10 is realistic or not..The point is she takes the time to make sure she look put together head to toe. Now I think it’s great she is letting her daughter’s hair be natural but I think she could spend some time (or get someone to spend some time) combing/brushing/moisturizing her daughter’s hair. Natural doesn’t need to look uncared for. Just my opinion, since that has been a topic.
@sacopholeague feedmerevolution what do you think about that take?
theblackarchitect I do agree with the whole she puts all the time and money into herself but walks around with her daughter looking how ever statement. Its kinda up to whomever the parents are. My sister in law has locs she started that after a while she left them alone and just let the free form yet she always gets compliments. If she were the one holding Blu Ivy it wouldn’t seem weird or questionable.A lot of people would say they thought her hair, my hair and my wife’s hair looked unkept. I understand both sides but the majority of people speaking bad about it would rather her look like beyonce because in reality you cant tell if her hair is moisturized or not the only thing people see is twists on one side and a fro on the top, but once again its only because it’s Beyonce.
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We gotta build for our people. Donate the amount you give white people when they make something that you think you need. If we all did that we could build these in every state.
Its a lot of young people in here. Good to see the people all came out.
America fought a VIOLENT WAR to gain their independence from Great Britain (July 4th ) while still enslaving Black people. When black people talk about gaining their independence by any means they tell you to be “non-violent” but….
…I been Drinking, Been Drinking
Woke up on the curb like
“How the hell did this shit happen?”
We be all night. whooooooaaaaaaaaaa noooooooooooooo
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Shit. Kermit going in yo!!
Was Angela Davis an agent? I've often seen comments on the internet claiming that she was, but I can't seem to find any texts or sources that back this up.
Feed Me Revolution Answer:
I suspect that she was, it has been a long while since I’ve actually given attention to the issue. I know Keidi Awadu (the Conscious Rasta) did reports on her treasonous actions, you can contact him for actual references.
I know there’s no other Black Militant has went from the FBI’s most wanted list to tenured falcualty at a prestigious university; that alone to me is suspicious.
Both of the Jackson Brothers perished while engaging with Davis, and the millions that were raised for he defense, the funds that thousands of Black people and White Leftist donated to support her, just vanished, it was never ever accounted for. That was stated publicly by Dr. John Henrik Clarke, and never disputed.
Today she’s at text book Ivory Tower Leftist, so she’s all but irrelevant to the Pan-African and Black Liberation Struggles from my point of view. She still gets a lot of cache from her iconic images from the 60s, but I think she’s long abandoned our struggle for the fame and prestige the White Left has bestowed upon her.
Really though this is an interesting observation. I’m not making any claims to know the truth about any of it…but think about the fact that Angela (who I fucking adore to no end) is enjoying a prestigious position in Amerikkka, meanwhile Assata has a 1 million (or was it 2?) dollar bounty on her head because of a false conviction from the 70’s!?!?! AND She is in Cuba minding her own damn business. It provokes the thought of why Assata is hunted and Angela is left alone like she wasn’t one of the most radical black women of the 60’s and 70’s. Once again I’m not pointing any fingers or trying to “put black women against black women” it’s just in interesting observation because we all know Mumia Abu Jamal is still imprisoned and Assata Shakur is being demonized/hunted 40 years later. Elaine Brown on the other hand has been factually proven to have been an agent (read The FBI War on Tupac Shakur * Black Leaders) and I can pull out the facts to back it up for anyone who wants to come at me about this. It’s not even a male/female thing. There were plenty of agents male and female alike….at one point Huey P Newton even thought Kwame Ture (then known as Stokely Carmichael) was an agent(read To Die For the People) ….although this was later found to be untrue
That’s a good analysis I made myself. Sister Assata is still. In exile in Cuba while Angela Davis is seemingly living comfortably in the US. Same arguments are made with All Sharpton, Jesse Jackson against Dr. King. Also with Louis Farrakhan and Malcolm X.
I say if you’re not assassinated(mentally, socially, physically) or living in exile, you did something we don’t know.
Man I’ve been thinking about that and the fact that the revolutionary men of that era are pretty much all dead while the women of the same struggle are alive today.