I pride myself on my ability to put aside prejudices and look for the deeper meaning in most things. However, sometimes there is no deeper meaning and what you see is what you get, but it doesn’t hurt to look. Well here goes, Generation Y rappers aren’t getting a fair shake, from the media, from the OGs and from anyone over thirty. Just because their … Continue reading The New Rappers: Pain Personified
Am I the only one that gets goosebumps when they hear this phrase? It’s a statement so glaringly truthful that it hurts to even hear it. Maybe hurt isn’t the right word but how else should we feel when people who are “supposed” to have our backs turn around and stick a knife in it? Resentment comes to mind. This statement is one which puts … Continue reading All skinfolk ain’t kinfolk
Okay so I know this is going to make me sound really old but I actually am an old soul. When I was growing up …..back in the good old days of late 1990’s, early 2000’s, following your friends meant something different than what it does now. In my culture “Following your friends” is a phrase that was never used in a positive light. It … Continue reading Following your friends
A few weeks ago I was at work and heard some of the older staff members talking about our generation. I figured they were referring to millennials when Logan Paul’s name was brought up. Who is Logan Paul? His relevancy to this topic is only as a horrid example of what millennials have to offer. Although, he doesn’t look that bad in comparison to Dylann … Continue reading This generation…smh
“I hate when people tell me I can’t be tired because I’m young, like I go to school full time, work part time, I am mentally ill and I get frequent migraines. I am tired, don’t tell me I’m not” – Anonymous whisper user If you’re anywhere 30 and under I’m sure you’ve probably heard something like this from some bitter older folks who fail … Continue reading Yes, us young‘uns get tired too
No, I’m not too busy to hear the word of god, but I don’t want to right now.
Kindly, buzz off Continue reading Dear religious fanatics
Have you ever worked really hard to get yourself to a point in your life and then ended up right back where you started? Well here I am, back to square one. Change isn’t something I easily accept. The familiar is comfortable, it’s safe but it’s also toxic. What’s toxic is being stuck in the same cycle over and over again with no progression. However, … Continue reading Everyday struggle