Starting early on in childhood, children are conditioned to think and feel positively about themselves. That idea that everyone (yourself included) is unique, beautiful, talented, and smart is something that society loves to preach and proclaim, but punish when it manifests (unless you’re like, Beyonce or something). I must’ve missed the fine print in which “Be confident in yourself” is followed by “But not too confident, or everyone will think you’re a conceited bitch.”
“I guess you never know what you got till it’s gone
I guess this is why I’m here and I can’t come back home.”
Kanye dramatically holding an umbrella.
Kanye West’s brand is the dark twisted fantasy that is the new American Dream.
“Being rich is not a crime, but being poor is.”
Oh Yeezy. While the man is famous for relentlessly typing in all caps, questionable self-perception, and seamlessly jumping between industries, he’s somehow also managed to dig himself into a massive financial hole.
Today’s social climate has many people believing that West’s skin color caused struggles that overshadow his privileged upbringing.
And not just because she’s a subpar singer who is making loads of money from the occupation of being a pretty white girl in America.
Kanye West flipped on Twitter. Whatever. Amber Rose said she put her finger in his ass. Cool. The problem? PEOPLE flipped at that point.
Actor Abe Vigoda, star of TV’s Barney Miller sitcom and the first two Godfather movies, has finally died.