- Blue Ivy, Kelly Rowland, Solange hit the Museum of Contemporary Art in LA
- Tina Knowles Ties the Knot to Actor, Richard Lawson
- Rihanna and Beyonce “Bitter Battle” Made Up By
These little girls that are saved have already been stripped of their innocence. After children are sexually abused and the authorities or family members realize that the abuse has taken place, the child still will have nightmares, guilt, shame, trust issues, and do not seek therapy due to the negative stigma.
These girls are at a disadvantage. They can’t just hop on a Greyhound bus or board a plane to live a new life. Even after they make it home, they still may have sexually transmitted diseases and are used as sex slaves as early as 8 years old.
We must #BringBackOurGirls. Has the United States lost interest? In the United States, we have more resources and it seems that the government held up a few #BringBackOurGirls Signs for awareness, but decided more issues were of importance.
I am not criticizing President Obama!
I am criticizing ALL of the members of our government that should be marching for these little girls. I feel these girls pain, they are helpless. We can’t just ignore child molestation because it is another county.
If we can murder and arrest other criminals to protect our way of life and liberty, we can liberate these stolen girls. They are just waiting to be rescued from their lost and hopeless life, and are wondering, “Why won’t someone come get us?”
At.Long.Last.ASAP The mind and collaboration of the ASAP Mob is still willingly providing music entertainment to young men and women that are required to jump on the bandwagon and not have one single thought inside of them, unless it is drug use.
It is easier to pretend this world is better that way…
Yams, the co-founder of the Mob will rest in peace and hopefully the lyrics will overshadow the entire stereotype associated with ASAP Rocky and his clique.
Behind every talented man or woman is a demon. The same demon that plagued Jimi Hendrix also ended the life of Jim Morrison. This “LSD” is a bright reminder of those experimental days in the psychedelic world, but after the death of Yam’s maybe it is time to be socially responsible. We deserve to hear the other side of the Mob and in this subject matter overshadows the talent and feeds into the propaganda that is associated with these overlooked by hip hop heads, other rappers that are beginning their indie career that aspire to be famous as these young men.
Let someone else have a chance and don’t glorify the horrific situation that removed your founder from your lives.
Long Live, Yams!