long live boot camp clik—-the fab 5 – leflaur leflah eshkoshka***messymandella***

 

        This is one of my favorite rap songs of all time. Another Favorite is Big Jaz and Jay-Z The Originators.

Hip Hop is a apart of my life because in this song it is so catchy because they are describing a detrimental situation.

I don’t snitch…Listen for yourself.

If you are not paying attention you think they are just bigging up their crew DUCKDOWN.

However, it is an open opportunity for a certain act of…

Love the vocals in the background that are easily missed until you analyze  the vocal pattern in the background.

 

 

Change is the move, but as we know the most clever MC’s do not always get Grammy nominations and open invitations to the MTV Awards if they keep it street. This song is one of the reasons I am ***messymandella***

I give men a hard time, but I know we are worth more than what we are given the world. Tough love, makes tough little boys become tough men that take care of their family,community and a pass on a positive legacy. Hip Hop is all some young men think they have, at all cost never replace loyalty over money. The money will come, if they remember the women are not their enemies and also have a mind and opinion that is worth more than Gold.

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Classic***messymandella***Remembrance Of The Spiritual Life With Janet Jackson***messymandella***

   

 

          In our society if you are single on Valentine’s Day, you are a failure according to the diamond companies, Hallmark and commercialism of Valentine’s Day.  If you do not receive  an abundance of materialistic presents on Christmas, then you may feel inclined to lie about everything you received. More gifts, means you have more loved? People assume that after a funeral that you are gone. In the casket, it is a shell of that person and even though you may not be able to hug or talk to them, they are not spiritually gone. Your spirit and energy doesn’t die, just the shell of your former self, you still have that person and you can feel when their is an indication that your loved one is still loving you, looking over and protecting you.

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        It was a story of a man that entered a home and was about to burglarize and assault a woman but he ran away. The police did eventually located the fleeing burglar, but asked him, “Why did you run?” He told the police,”Because of those two men standing behind her.” Later they asked the lady about the two men that were there and she was puzzled because she was by herself the entire day. NO ONE was there,or so she thought… 

        We don’t leave this world, and you can be confident in knowing what ever you believe about the spiritual world,realize people can share connections even if they never have met. If energy doesn’t die, and the spirit doesn’t die then your loved ones are still here in spirit. NO, not like a ghost town or anything like that, but a spirit that will give you strength when you feel you are alone.

         You can feel their energy hovering around you and just understand that you will behold their smile again and you will have a opportunity to hear them laugh again. They are fully aware of your bereavement, but they are no longer in anguish and unrest, we are the ones that suffer,now.     

             If the connection is that strong you know that their presence is not far behind you and you can feel their love around you. You may be devastated in this point of time, but their spirit is dancing in the moonlight, so just try to dry some of those tears and don’t hold on to blame, mistrust, or arguments that were never resolved. They are still here,even if you don’t recognize your loved ones presence they are still smiling back at you.

 

message with love …***messymandella*** be safe for your families

 
 
 
 

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We live in a world where you can get chose and purchased slavery?

You go out stand in a room, like a ghetto beauty pageant. You want to be chose, by someone who will not do anything but give you temporary gratification. I wrote this story in 2013. I was a strong woman then, and I am 15 times stronger now.

You can’t even think, that you worth a damn.It is sad now, people have sex but don’t kiss. When did sex become a business transaction that sold your self worth?People kiss their puppies in the mouth. People open up a bag of chips with their mouth, but won’t kiss you. That is degrading, and you are dumb as hell!

If someone won’t kiss you but will screw you, they think you are trash.

Actually, they think you walk on 4 legs and not 2.

You know you want more. Stand up for yourself ! 

 When you stop accepting dumb situations, only then, will it stop happening!

Speak Up For Yourself


Don’t

degrade

yourself,

just

to

be

chosen.

You make it harder for feminist women or any woman to stand strong!

Stop!

Close Your Legs until he or she,deserves you!

Pick up some loyalty and self worth!

Please, reevaluate your life!

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FEDS Video-Redemption:The Legend Of Richard “Pee- Wee Kirkland”***messymandella***

         Richard “Pee-Wee” Kirkland is a premier Harlem Legend  because of his business sense and undeniable talent. It doesn’t matter what you have learned in your History classes about a handful of  Black Activist, you had to miss one. The Rucker Park is not only a legend of Harlem but the place where Kareem Abdul Jabar even graced the court.

            Our  “Legends” are missing from the History Books. We as an Urban force must investigate and gather information on  our urban culture, our legends need their stories told, and we need  to past these stories down to the next generation. Numerous people have came through Harlem, after the “Harlem Renaissance.” You will not read about these  African- American men and women in a Southern History Books. These men and women are not considered heros. What makes a hero, and when do we become a legend? Your story has to be told, it will help someone who may have assumed that path would bring them to riches. You can save a life, and money that would be used for that prisoners. You are a hero, if you can stop one girl from selling her body for drugs, or any man from supplying his mother with drugs. Every little action will start positive energy in out communities.

           It is mandatory that I  show love to our “Street Legends.” I am not bigging up the game, because you can’t win from it; but you can learn from it!

            Pee-Wee Kirkland‘s life unfolded but only a few of those moments are on film. Pee Wee’s life and other street stars like Karlton Hines, and Earl “The Goat” Manigault  have their own underworld tragedy’s and choses that solidified their future.  One thing undebatable in the culture is that every man who serves a prison system  could tell you when and where they “got caught slipping.” What  you choose  is the most important factor at that moment, but  short-term gratification will always derail a “Street Legend.”

         Pee-Wee Kirkland  walked through the doors of “The Rucker” gymnasium founded by Holcombe Rucker, “The Rucker” showcases African-American talent in the Harlem and surrounding neighborhoods. Holcombe Rucker  awarded  scholarships to the lower class residents second class citizens because of the color of their skin. In 1969  Pee-Wee Kirkland had a chance to play for the “Chicago Bulls” but he could not leave the Drug Game. When they discussed signing benefits and the contractual agreement he wasn’t interested.

         Pee-Wee was in “The Game”  and told the Chicago Bulls recruiter that he had more money in his pocket right now than that $15,000 they were offering. So, he shot down a reality for a street dream. Pee Wee became a Basketball star, but it was behind the Prison walls and mandatory rules with no freedom that he had at “Rucker Park.” In prison he scored 465 points in 8 games, just imagine if he would have signed that Bulls Contract…

According To Wikipedia, Pee-Wee   played in prison from 1981 to 1988 in La Tuna, Texas. In the Anthracite Basketball League of central Pennsylvania he scored 100 and 135 points in one game.[5]   

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After you watch this video you will see that Pee- Wee Kirkland is telling you exactly what I have been preaching  since the beginning of messymandella.com.

We have to change our own destiny and stop creating havoc in our  own communities.

Freedom came once Pee-Wee, as a man, matured and used self evaluation and acceptance to move forward.

I don’t care who you are and what you are doing; I believe in you and apparently so does Pee-Wee Kirkland.

Maybe you don’t want to hear the message from a prissy, petite light-bright chick?

Maybe you will  accept the message from someone who knows what we are into now, and how we are putting fuel  to our personal and cultural inevitable destruction.

 We have to make change!

I had look at myself, I judged people who have unsavory titles as automatic enemies before even learning who they were. I am not perfect, I matured in the process. Once you continuously demean people who pushes them further into destruction. I learned that and regret that, and now is the time for us to work together to improve our situation. We have too many people with commissary books, and unplanned baby mama drama.

We have to do better or the Civil Rights Movement wasn’t even worth the fight!

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