Cameron Russell Shares Heart Wrenching Stories From Anonymous Models
This Weekend, American fashion model, Cameron Russell shared explicit stories from anonymous models, that experienced trauma at the beginning of their career. These young men and women have experienced misery all based off of entitlement from those that are considered to have clout within the industry. With clout comes entitlement, which then leads into misuse of power.
Whether this trauma is volatile or not, we should not have to watch out for false advertisements, photographers, and Agencies that are wearing the hat of someone that they are not. This is illegal and you are giving us an unfavorable experience that we will never forget.
Rape, sexual assault, mental, and physical abuse has been going on in the modeling industry for years. Everyone is pretty familiar with the saying “Sleeping your way to the top”. This method may seem like a quicker way to gain success, but it is not guaranteed. Many in the industry know how to manipulate rookies by offering up sex as an exchange for a hand out. When in reality they are just corrupt and twisted.
I would like to share two stories with you all, one being mine and the other being a good friend of mine.
It was April 2016, and I was asked to do a shoot with a photographer at Graffiti alley in Uptown, Baltimore. Something told me to bring someone with me other than the fact that I was a bit nervous, because this was my first shoot. But, I knew that I needed someone there for protection. Plus I had never met this photographer before in person.
Anyway, for this shoot I did not wear a bra under the tank I was wearing. The top was not revealing, but my nipples begun to get hard because of the temperature outside.
He sent me the shots later on that night and made a sexual remark about my nipples. He reminded me over and over again that my man was very lucky to have me. Then proceeded to ask me if next time we could do a nude shoot, but with just him and I next time. Shortly after I addressed him, he posted unflattering photos of me from the shoot and then blocked me on all social media.
Next, I would like to share an experience that my friend went through with the same photographer. Mind you she had no clue that I had worked with him previously.
Before she shot with him, she had asked me if I knew who he was. I relayed my story to her about what happened with him and I, but she was already in transit to work with him.
The photo shoot was in a hotel lobby and she mentioned that they did not get many good shots. Also, Majority of the time they had spent together he made remarks about her body and asked her if he could touch her behind. She addressed him and left shortly after.
Once he was finished editing the pictures he gave her a hard way to go, posted unflattering photos of her from the shoot, and blocked her on IG as well. Clearly he has a pattern.
Although our story isn’t as volatile or explicit as others, we will never forget that man and his intentions. That was more than enough for us.
Red flags are not to be ignored ladies and gentlemen. Please do not risk your sanity or lives for a couple photos. Do not let this discourage you either from perfecting your craft. Instead, let this be a learning lesson for each and everyone of you. Stay beautiful and be safe.
I'm pretty sure everyone is aware of rapper "Kodak Black" comment about not liking black women. Recently, he made a comment on what he previously said in hopes that it would clear everything up. He managed to surface the web once again by making it clear that he likes black women but prefers light skin women. He says that he does not want a woman that is his complexion, but wants a woman of the lighter pigment. Also, he stated that women of his complexion (referring to dark skin women) are to "gutter".
I must say when I first did thorough research on this situation I was very disappointed. I feel as though every human being on this planet is entitled to their opinion. But, when you speak on something or on someone and you are very ill informed you create nothing but big mess for yourself to clean up. This doesn't just apply to this situation, this is a life lesson for many.
Another reason why this upset me is because as a people we have been dealing with prejudice in and outside of our community for centuries. Finally I felt like we were getting somewhere. All of our brothers & sisters whether light or dark skin were getting praise, notoriety, and we were all promoting unity. But when I hear someone within my own community express how they feel about someone that is supposed to be considered as their sister being "gutter" makes me feel like we just took two giant steps back. I feel like some things are just left better unsaid. I know that honesty is the best policy but momma always said if you don't have something nice to say do not say it at all.
It's been 4 years since I released my colorism project on YouTube. I have seen a tremendous leap in the black community when it comes to colorism and/or prejudice within our circles. I want us to keep the mindset and continue to uplift each other not because it's a wave or a fad but because we truly love one another and see the Beauty inside each other. I love you all, god bless you and your ignorance Kodak Black. ig·no·rant ˈiɡnərənt/ adjective lacking knowledge or awareness in general; uneducated or unsophisticated.
Shame On You Piers Morgan
I cannot deal with the cynical thinking any longer. This is a non profit organization that assist women who have been raped, assaulted, ridiculed, etc. These are women that have been attacked by ones like @piersmorgan. I am so sick of those that bash something all because they don't want to understand it. The main individuals that do assault our women are close minded ones. How do I know? Because I am a victim of a close minded individual who took advantage of me every chance he could.
These individuals choose not to understand feminism and organizations that strike against this behavior because they practice it on a daily basis. Consistently degrading and taking advantage of women because technically society says it's ok and has said it's ok for centuries.
As a people we need to break out of this way of thinking because we have so many problems that we want solved but don't do anything about it and continuously assist with fueling the fire. With all that has been said, I pray for you Piers. I feel sorry for individuals like you because I can only imagine how boring being close minded could be.
The hatred is so real, but I must say we have come a long way as a society.
More are finally accepting ones for their individuality and sexuality.
Thank you McDonald's for acknowledging that love is love.
Transformation or Culture appropriation?
Recently a young make up artist received a lot of flack on social media for transforming a white woman into what looks like a black woman using make up products in order to pay homage to another culture. The artist claims that the model resemblance was supposed to be vague enough to honor not just black women but all women of many different cultures.
At first I had mixed feelings about this matter. Also, I like to get the entire scoop before I place judgement upon an individual. I do understand why the black community took offense to what looks like a race change and I also understand this young artist original goal. The problem is, you can't predominately use white models when you display your artwork and then out the blue claim your paying homage to culture other than your own. Also, most ideas developed in the noggin and not thoroughly thought out don't usually end well.
Although your intentions were pure and you did not think you were causing harm, the black community has PTSD and at the end of the day this world we live in is full of inequality and unjust behavior therefore slip ups like this cause an uproar and we can not help but to voice how we feel.
Another thing that I took note of was the fact that the artist claims they were trying to display a woman acknowledging, embracing, and celebrating another woman's culture. But, There are plenty of ways to display the beauty of another woman's culture without transforming a woman into another person. Also, you can display the beauty of unity within ones culture without the use of culture appropriation.
Next time you have an idea that you would like to expose to the public, thoroughly think it through in order to execute properly. This will prevent an uproar in the community and allow you to get your message across clearer.
Miss Black University Gets Slammed
We promote unity then turn our backs on one another. We complain about not being accepted in society as a whole then tear down one another. We refuse to understand each other's individual struggles and fall prey to exactly what those outside of our race want us to do which is to divide.
Our dark skin and light skin brothers and sisters go through struggles on a daily basis. They may not be exactly the same but both deal with prejudice, whether it's within their own race or amongst another race.
Meanwhile, Our bi racial brothers and sisters are stuck in the middle. Consistently dealing with divide on a daily basis. Being told they are not good enough because they are not black enough or white enough. Consistently being tossed around and left to find themselves without any kind of cultural assistance. Instead of taking a second to realize that, we are to caught up in trying to tell someone what they are not. Without realizing how much that statement can negatively affect someone's life.
We all need to support one another and actually congratulate each other on our success vs practice such backwards behavior. We create such a hostile and jealous environment for no reason at all and it's exhausting.
Spread love not hate. Congratulations my love on your win!
Shea Moisture New Ad Recieves Backlash
Shea Moisture is a company that sells natural based products for women, men and children. Their most popular products are hair care treatments, that are catered to those who embrace their hair in its natural state.
Recently they released an ad but the shorter version of the ad has received plenty of attention on social media. The goal of the commercial was to assist women with insecurities involving natural hair and a revitalizing treatment to get them back on track. Unfortunately, many took offense to the commercial.
The condensed version of the ad was centered around women that have natural luxurious hair and it looks as if they weren't displaying diversity and only one side of the spectrum.
Many even compared this situation to the offensive Pepsi commercial that was released a couple weeks ago. "Shea Moisture been drew a line in the sand, but now they're throwing the sand in the eyes of dark BW w/ kinky hair", Says one twitter user. "Seeing Shea Moisture make a campaign trying to expand their brand to white people by getting rid of their target audience is upsetting", Says another twitter user.
The gag is that wasn't the full commercial! In the original they displayed all different types of women. Women from all walks of life. No one is discussing this though. Instead everyone is jumping on the band wagon to bash this company to stop their sales. I will even post that version below in order for everyone to see.
Although, I understand where the frustration is coming from and I feel as though shea moisture could have displayed more diversity within the spectrum for all to see within a shorter time span. We do have bi racial brothers and sisters. Which means that this version of the commercial reaches that audience aswell and there is nothing wrong with that.
A lot of our bi racial brothers and sisters are singled out in the black community because they are treated like they are not black enough. Also, they feel at a loss when it comes to cosmetic care because they are in the middle.
I am not giving excuses, I am just delivering the facts. It is clear the company is trying to expand and target more audiences and I don't know about you guys but I am all for it. The goal in this wicked world we live in is bring unity and equality to light in the first place.
Shea moisture's main target and audience are African Americans. They have been assisting us in revitalizing our hair for a while now. Therefore, I do not believe that their goal was to exclude.
Sometimes that happens in production, the message gets mis understood and mis represented. Instead of bashing the company because the first thing we don't see in the ad is kinky hair, why don't we take the time to analyze a bit further before we decide to stop giving them our business.
Longer Version Of The Commercial
Kendrick Lamar's Latest Project "Damn"
This album is a splendid piece of art. I like to listen to an album at least 5 times before I release my take on it. Which is why I am a little late writing a blog post on the project.
While listening to this album and reading reviews from critics and fans, I am amazed at how much attention this project has received. I say that because I'm considering all the back lash and crap Kendrick got from "To pimp a butterfly".
This just proves even more that society can't deal with reality only fantasy, therefore the more mainstream the more appealing it is to the masses.
You would think as a people we would appreciate someone explicitly conveying a message about what's going on with minority vs majority in the most artistic way possible. But, I guess not!
That's a different topic for a different day. Plus I don't want to bring this celebratory moment down. Kendrick Lamar has evolved so much artistically. I have grown so much respect for him over the years. The messages he sends are nothing but truth and I am here for it.
Pepsi Attempts To Spread A Message
Today Pepsi released a commercial that has taken the wrong turn. The commercial featured model Kendall Jenner and attempted to display forms of diversity featuring a message about peace among society and police brutality. I posted the video above, therefore those that have not seen it can take a look.
Pepsi you are dead wrong. To even make the struggle of being a minority in america look like it could fixed with drinking a soda is ludicrous. The trials and tribulations that we go through are in humane. The prejudice that we receive will never be solved with a can of Pepsi.
See here's the problem, you fish for publicity so much that you treat our misery like its a trend. Then you think you did enough homework on social media that you can release projects like this to the public.
Once everything comes to a head and the public sees you for who you are you play chicken and delete it off of every source. You continue to go around and around in this circle because you can't accept the fact that you will never understand the trouble we go through on a daily basis as a people.
You wonder why we always have something to say and it's because you continuously mock our message. The brutality we have undergone, the kisses that we've had to give one another, and the loved ones that we have lost time and time again is inequitable. We live in reality while you play on the sidelines. Stop telling us to get over it when you consistently do things like this. If your going to do it, do it right or don't do it at all.
Baltimore Soundstage: Isaiah Rashad
On April 2nd I had the pleasure of seeing Isaiah Rashad.
I am in love with this mans artistry and his concert was impeccable. The style and wit he brings to the table is beyond amazing.
I had the privilege of interacting with Isaiah on and off the stage and the way he treats his fans is something I will never forget.
I am so thankful I got to experience his magic in the flesh. By far the best concert I've been to, till next time Isaiah.
XXXTentacion Is Home
It is official XXXTentacion is finally out of jail! After watching this interview I grew a better understanding on this young man and gained much respect.
He is simply misunderstood and seen as a notorious rebel.
Although He is known for his "cult following" and his strong influence on this generations rap game, what he is doing for the culture is nothing but love. He assist local independent artist by personally showcasing their music and that deserves nothing but respect.
Also, the consistent levels of diversity he brings to the table are like no other. He is truly the definition of raw and originality. Glad to see that you are home and can't wait to hear what you have in the works.
A friend of mine recently shared a video with me posted on Vimeo on the "pizza gate" stories that have reached speculation in the media over the years.
You may remember the story on "fake news" circulating during the election. In the end they determined that these were fabricated stories going around to ruin Hillary Clintons chance of becoming President of the United States.
This "fake news" consisted of Hillary Clinton being involved with "pizza gate" a society connected to cannibalism, child pornography, sex trafficking, bondage, etc.
This society uses a secret language in order to abduct and sexualize children. Age is nothing but a number to these people, they even sexualize infants using code language on social media, advertisements, music, etc.
I must say I am speechless. After watching this I am even more fearful for my unborn babies. There is another world out there within our own full of pedophilia and brutality, which they don't consider wrong at all.
All I'm saying is everyone focuses on the wrong things when there are over 64,000 women missing and the focal point is Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's divorce.
This is not evidence or something that would just raise an eyebrow these are facts! You all think you are woke but you are not.
These people are using public figures including those in politics in order to keep this business under ground. If you even try to report it you are attacked and some have even gone missing.
This is crystal clear information yet the media still does no coverage. When the media does coverage they justify it as rubbish. Which is even more proof that this is factual and not fabricated information.
Please be aware everyone and pay attention to what's going on behind close doors. This may help us in our endeavors to save our babies and assist us in finding our sisters before it's to late.
Michigan And Flint Just Agreed To Replace 18,000 Lead Tainted Pipes
With all the wrong things the legal system and the media decide to cater their attention to I'm relieved they finally reached a decision that was long over due.
64,000 Women Are Missing
There are 64,000 women missing in the United States.
Majority of these women are our sisters.
This gives me chills, because there is little to no media coverage on this tragedy. Instead of doing everything they can do to raise awareness they yawn at this topic which continues to prove what a crooked world that we live in.
Also, race is and has always been a factor.
For example, A white young woman goes missing we hear about it on the news for 13 years straight but as soon as a black women goes missing the media takes a coffee break. We are on our own as always , therefore we need to get together and solve this case ourselves.
It has been made clear by the media that we only have each other's back and we have to take matters into our own hands.
We must get it done before it's far to late because we are the only of hope.
The media shows it's true colors time and time again.
We can no longer allow those in authority to give us false hope it is a waste of time and it is putting precious lives on the line.
Samuel L. Jackson Criticizes "Get Out" Star On Hot 97
Actor Samuel L. Jackson recently released a statement on New York's radio station Hot 97 about the casting for the movie "Get out" .
Jackson hadn't yet seen Get out but went on to question "What would that movie be like with an American brother". For those that do not know or haven't seen the movie like Mr Jackson himself, Get out is a comedy-horror Film.
Daniel Kaluuya, is a British actor that was casted for the lead role. Daniel opened up to GQ Magazine about Jackson's statement on Monday.
For many years he has went through his own personal struggle when it comes to blending in.
"I come to America and they say, 'You're not black enough.' I go to Uganda, I can't speak the language. In India, I'm black. In the black community, I'm dark-skinned. In America, I'm British. Bro!" Says Kaluuya.
I can only imagine this young mans frustration. Our entire society is built on prejudice and finds delight in out casting individuals.
Nothing is ever good enough. No matter where this young man goes he is not accepted.
No, this young man is not African American, but he is black. African American or Black British you are still black. I know this sounds redundant but I have no other choice because society continues to act a fool.
Also, let's keep in mind that this young man is a dark skin brother, this matters because sadly being dark skin adds more weight to the situation. Colorism is still alive and well, and sadly even those within your same race fall prey to it.
We honestly do not have time for this. There is always going to be a party pooper, so forget them. Get out has broken so many barriers.
The success in numbers was magnificent, but most importantly the movie was able to convey every single little message.
How about we focus on that and leave the guy alone! This young man should not have to go through great lengths to prove that he is black enough. He goes through the same struggles we go through.
Daniel is our brother let us embrace him and build him up instead of ripping him apart.
Disney Airs Its First Gay Kiss
This institutionalized mindset has to go.
The fact that Disney is adding homosexuality into their shows is beautiful.
Matter of fact, they have tried to do this before but received much back lash and the fact that they keep pushing the envelope is amazing!
Whether your against homosexuality because of your religion or a personal phobia, please quit the crap. Homosexuality is apart of our society and let's not forget that love is love.
It's 2017 and we still are explaining this to one another.
This is extremely sad, because gay people have been fighting for equal rights for so many years and we still revert back to being obstinate.
As soon as our lesbian & gay brothers and sisters think they have a chance someone who has a chance to speak positively on the matter chooses to bash them instead.
A man being in love with another man doesn't make him less of a man.
Your preference is your preference let's all move on, stop fighting something you are to fatuous to understand. Whether you like it or not, times are going to change with or without you.
With that being said, get over yourself and respect every individual despite their sexual preference, whether it's man or woman.
If you haven't already please go see this film.
I jumped out my seat when I saw the trailer back in December, therefore I made it a mission to go see it opening night!
This film was much more than just a thriller, it's hard cold facts on a big screen.
Read in between the lines and when your done thank Jordan Peele for opening up your third eye.
Keke Vs Trey
Recently Keke Palmer confronted Trey Songz on social media about putting her in a video that she asked not to be apart of.
She felt like she was taken advantage of and finessed into a being involved with a project she wasn't interested in.
I just got finished watching her interview with "The View" (Link above) she was saying that society basically normalizes things that should not be accepted.
For example, objectifying woman has been apart of the music industry and in society period as a whole for many years.
Therefore, when you decide to speak out on it majority feels like you are doing the most or that it's not that big of a deal.
I actually agree with Keke and stand behind her 100%. Social media has made exploitation okay all for entertainment purposes because a persons follower count going up is more important than the privacy of another person.
No matter how big or small you may think the situation is, the act is wrong on all levels no matter who is telling the story.
I'm not coming at Trey Songz, however I do believe in what's right is right and what is wrong is wrong.
It's not just about me being a woman, it's also about being a human being on this earth who believes anyone has the right to turn down anything that makes them uncomfortable.
Shout out to the best Grammy awards show I've seen in a long time.
As soon as Adele won "Album of the year" my head was spinning, because I had a Kanye West moment and felt like Beyoncé should have won.
Thankfully, Adele felt the same way and I wasn't the only one. Congratulations to all of the nominees and award winners tonight!
"He said let's do a good ass job on Chance 3, I heard you gotta sell it to snatch the Grammy." - Chance The Rapper
Here We Go Again
Recently, I put up a post about how women leaving hair on their body vs shaving it off.
I'm so sick of the worlds unwritten laws on how a woman should look. Leave us alone and do your research!
Shaving can cause viral infections and make our lives a living hell when the hair grows back thicker, which is not "sexy" either.
Just because I don't shave my vag or my under arms, does not mean I do not take my hygiene seriously.
Everyone has the responsibility of upkeep when it comes to their personal hygiene but I'm over the pressure being placed on women.
This traditional way of thinking has to go. It's 2017 people let's all grow up.
Can The Church Say Amen?
Society continues to allow trivial things to distract them from what's really important.
You go from protesting about women's rights to bashing a woman for her performance at the super bowl. Let's prioritize and focus on the real problem instead please.
Hair is not that big of a deal. Society treats cosmetic changes, such as hair, nails, tattoos , etc like it's life or death.
A cosmetic change does not define who you are as a person.
Plus the double standard kills me. A man can go to the barber shop and cut off his beard without consulting his woman, but a woman can't cut her hair or even go natural without talking her significant other first.
Most men don't consult their significant others when they decide to tell the barber to give them "a one" or to cut off their facial hair off completely.
That is equivalent to a woman taking out her tracks or not wearing makeup , so why the double standard?
I'm a very spontaneous person.
As I've mentioned before in a previous blog post, I woke up one day and decided to hit the barber shop.
The most I will do is at least mention the cosmetic change, but I am a grown woman I don't need anyone's permission to do anything.
If someone is in love with you the way they say that they are, you should be able to get a tattoo of an ice cream cone on your face and things still remain the same.
Beauty is far more than a simple cosmetic change and it takes a real one to see that.
Is Being Home Wrecker The New Trend ?
I would like to know, when did becoming a home wrecker turn into a trend?
That whole mentality of "I'm going to steal her man" I And "She need to step her game up". That will never be ok!
No matter how many people fool you and how many friends you have to gas you up, that will never be cool.
There's so many women out here that think Love & Hip Hop is the new fairy tale and being a side hoe to a man what has a whole family is the way to level up.
Really re evaluate you entire existence as a whole and think to yourself "How is this really going to benefit me?"
In the end you always end up reaping what you sew, therefore why even put yourself through unnecessary mess?
Making yourself look like boo boo the fool out here just so that you can tweet "I ride his dick better" or "Its clear why he chose me over her" is not worth it.
Please stop all the childish antics, Love & Hip Hop is scripted, Joseline doesn't even, and Peter still out here making Amina and Tara look like fools.
In conclusion, if you know your worth and you know your the baddest in the game find someone of your own to match your fly.
Is Hip Hop Going Down Hill?
XXL Freshman class caused a bit of a ruckus in hip hop this past year.
There were some hip hop legends that felt like these new artist were giving hip hop a bad name.
Personally, I agree and I'm not a big fan of the new artist that have been introduced into Hip Hop.
This was really bothering me, I felt like Hip Hop was going down hill.
Then I got to thinking, could it just be an acquired taste? Everyone is different, Rakim could be my fave rapper but you may prefer Slick Rick.
I'm in love with Kid Cudi's style of music, but you may love Lil Uzi Vert.
This is the beauty of the Hip Hop culture, there is no winner or loser.
The game is constantly changing and it has and always will be.
This is not just in Hip Hop but music as a whole.
Underrated Musical Genius
Attention To All Men
I respect a man that does tell a woman his intentions in the beginning.
This comes in handy, because you never want a woman to be able to twist your words if things were to hit the fan.
The problem I though, is you can't present the game plan then go back on your word. If lay down the law but don't abide by it faithfully a woman is not going to take you serious.
That woman is going to get the wrong message, which then creates drama. Both men and women are human.
As much as you men try to prove that male and female are two different species they are not.
Both men and women have emotions that can sky rocket the longer they are around an individual, it's only natural.
Why string a woman along then proceed to act like an ass after you realize you broke messed up? I understand we all plan time to focus on ourselves and don't plan on being in a relationship, but fighting life's course will only stumble you and create unnecessary drama.
If you catch yourself falling, be honest with yourself and stop being afraid to get in touch with your emotions.
On the other hand, if you are truly trying to stick to your game plan quit introducing her to all of the family if your just trying to get some casuals.
"What Is The Proper Way For A Black Man To Grieve?"
On November 30, 2016 Trevor Noah interviewed TV personality, Tomi Lahren. I'm late addressing this topic, but I just rewatched it on demand and I'm fired up all over again.
First, I would like to give props to Tomi for holding her ground while she was caught contradicting herself on television, because that takes balls.
Second, I want to piggy back off Trevor, what is the proper way for a black man to grieve?
I would love to know, because it seems like no matter what stand a black man takes he still can't catch a break.
We need more voices in the black community. You know why?
Because, voicing how we feel about what's going on will allow us form unity within our community.
Also, this will allow us to to put our noggins together, which in turn will assist us in making logical choices and decisions when it comes to how we react in another situation where another black life is murdered due to injustice.
I'm just tired of people spinning the bottle on us, painting us like we're the bad guy, and saying that we play victim in every situation.
Have they forgotten we were put in that position in the first place since the beginning of time?
America has never really changed, there were adjustments made not change. White supremacy is still alive and well. America has given us the illusion of being free when in reality it is all a grand scheme.
Therefore, no Tomi we are nothing like the KKK and #Blacklivesmatter is no where near an organized hate group.
It's okay though... because our worlds will always be different.
Lets Make Something Clear
This is one of the realest things I've seen on social media in a minute.
Men and women are both human beings, therefore we have an obligation to treat each other with dignity and respect at all times.
Your first instinct should be to treat a woman like she's a human being instead of making us your prey.
Approaching a woman "genuinely" should not be foreign and it shouldn't be seen as a deed or rare act of kindness.
A woman is not going to be head over heels as soon as you address her like a human being should be addressed in the first place.
Therefore, yes I agree 100% with the statement above, please dead the idea that a woman owes you her honor and respect after you talk to her like you have some sense,
Last night was the season finale of ABC's "How To get Away With Murder".
The season finale revealed what we were all dying to find out, "who's under the sheet?"
Shonda Rhimes got us again with another cliff hanger!
We end the season finding out that Wes was under the sheet and he was dead before he was burned.
I want to say I called it since the second episode. Notice Wes story line was silenced after he got the answers to all his questions.
Also, he didn't appear in as many scenes as he did in previous seasons.
Therefore, this plot twist was only right. Being the advanced student I am, I have a couple theories for next season:
A. Wes faked his death with the help of Nate B. Frank killed Wes out of jealousy and made sure someone else was injured in the house, meaning he didn't mean to harm laurel intentionally, he just needed an Alibi C. Bonnie was the mastermind behind all of this because she has access to all of his lawyers information because she got the lawyer for Wes in the first place D. Wes killed himself due to lack of happiness and made a character promise they would keep that between the two of them
This Picture Speaks Volumes
The series of events that has taken place in America these past few years with men in authority has caused nothing but a disruption in our country.
We have lost fathers, brothers, cousins, uncles, and friends due to the racist hearts of the men in "authority" in the U.S.
It breaks my heart every time I hear a unjust story about another one of our brothers have been killed.
I'm so over the #BlackLivesMatter VS #AllLivesMatter battle, because no matter what the same cycle continues.
It makes me sick to my stomach that as much as we things have changed, they really just stay the same.
I'm scared for my little brother, I'm afraid for my significant other, and I'm petrified for my future son. All I can ask is that everyone try their best to remain calm and please be safe!
I love you brothers and sisters,
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