Hello chirren. I'm Kelah, but feel free to call me Cash. Here's a random list of teams I claim so we can establish some common ground. #TeamBREEZY (over all) #Parafamily #THC #EminemStans and the #Directioners. Speaking of TB, that's kinda important. To be blunt,Christopher is my heart That's the fave, so yeah. Did I mention I'm #HU17? Naw? Well yeah, there's that too. #GoBison
Other than that, I reblog basically anything that interests me. Feel free to inbox, cause I love to talk.
Tah tah chirren. Xoxo
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    "I just need a person" or "I just used a person"

    I feel like the original way you read it says something about you.

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  • woodmeat:

    he killed that shit

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  • "Only those who care about you can hear you when you are quiet."
  • ciggiesonciggies:

    mysoulhasgrowndeep-liketherivers:

    caramelblackness:

    frozenwithversaceice:

    irides-scapism:

    frozenwithversaceice:

    irides-scapism:

    frozenwithversaceice:

    irides-scapism:

    frozenwithversaceice:

    Never thought I’d have to disown my mama 😔

    But, where the lie though….we are killing ourselves.

    Okay, and the police are killing us at record numbers

    You’re not about to use the black on black crime myth to delegitimize the extrajudicial murder of black and brown peoples by law enforcement

    What she said is the police isn’t  letting black and brown folks kill themselves anymore because of whatever difference, the cops are just dropping us.. and she’s saying to the cops, thanks, but no thanks! we got it covered. And my dude, black on black crime is not a myth. she didn’t say our people weren’t being murdered, doesn’t take a genius to see we have a huge target on our backs.

    Black on black crime is a HUGE myth. Intraracial crime is the NORM, and the rate of intraracial crime nearly mirrors ours across other races. What black on black crime conversations IGNORE are the hundreds of years of slavery/lynching/hyperaggressive policing/block busting/general oppression that led us to the point we are now.

    Black on black crime IS a myth. Black on black crime is used to justify the vilification of us as a race, the general and unjust fear of black bodies and black men in general as savages and heathens. And the fact that we don’t discuss white on white crime in the same frame is evidence of this.

    here’s some recommended reading for you http://prospect.org/article/why-black-black-crime-dangerous-idea

    http://www.vox.com/2014/8/25/6061449/black-on-black-crime-ferguson-murder-rate

    http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2013/07/15/the-trayvon-martin-killing-and-the-myth-of-black-on-black-crime.html

    dude, saying black on black crime is a myth is saying we don’t kill each-other..when i say B ON B crime i’m not talking about the fake numbers, and fact people use when debating 

    Or let’s talk about the fact that the crime rates in black communities dropped sharply from 2005-2011 and the fact that white crime increased in the same period, but somehow white on white crime isn’t an issue…black on black crime is a false issue used to demonize blacks and until you realize that you shouldn’t speak on it, real shit

    Noooooo, not Badu too!!!!!!!!! Ugh!

    when yo faves break your heart

    BADU KNEW. SHE ACTING BRAND NEW NOW. NOT NOW MAMA BADU PLS STOP

    Interesting….I simply thought she was being sarcastic and condescending, shaming both the police and the black community for being so senseless with crime and careless with other’s lives….but y’all go ahead and keep debating. This just got good.

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  • lustt-and-luxury:

    Showed this to my mom and she laughed 😂

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  • reoffend:

    My bath bomb decided to turn my bath into a Van Gough painting

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  • sharibonbonvie:

    micdotcom:

    Potent minimalist art sends a strong message about police and vigilante brutality in America

    Journalist and artist Shirin Barghi has created a gripping, thought-provoking series of graphics that not only examines racial prejudice in today’s America, but also captures the sense of humanity that often gets lost in news coverage. Titled “Last Words,” the graphics illustrate the last recorded words by Brown and other young black people — Trayvon Martin, Oscar Grant and others — who have been killed by police in recent years.

    Let us not forget their voices

    This.

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  • lustt-and-luxury:

    Will never get old , lmao 😂

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  • "We gotta start teaching our daughters to be somebodies instead of somebody’s."