THIS NEW YOUNG FATHERS YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS SO GOOOOD






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What the heck!

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jackofalljams:

zumainthyfuture:

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yooooooooo

What the heck!

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don’t trust ppl who over accessorize



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I smoke a lot of weed and am sooo abstract so I keep my 3rd eye open fuck the government <333



lol people really take this 3rd eye real hip hop conscious shit from dudes who barely got past high school seriously



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PIECE I WROTE

The curious case of Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus

I was once a wigger.

Yes, this was a phase that started when I was a young boy growing up in a project building sprawled in Brooklyn, NY. 50 Cent’s Get Rich or Die Tryin’ blasted through my headphones as I walked through my predominately black/hispanic neighborhood in my crisp white AF1s,bootcut jeans down to the bottom of my ass, and XXL jersey. 

I feel like every white person who’s grown up in an urban environment was once a wigger. Hell, there’s some that weren’t and still became wiggers. Nothing wrong with that. What amazes me, though, is the sudden rise and entry of Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus into the wigger lifestyle.

The wigger-era is behind us. The Wigger-window has closed. Wearing brands such as G-Unit, Phat Farm, Makaveli, Enyce, and FUBU is in the past. Today, we have hypebeasts. This is a lesser extreme of the wigger as the hypebeast’s main interests lie in fashion, smoking weed, browsing Tumblr/Instagram/Plndr, and looking awkward in their clothes all the while being completely oblivious to how silly they look. 

It’s almost like the hypebeast missed the wigger phase and feels like they have some catching up to do!

Justin and Miley fall into a very revolutionary wigger/hypebeast mold. They replicate what they feel is “black culture” and try to be as urban and “ratchet” as possible instead of simply being themselves. They have tarnished their ~~American Sweetheart~~ image for the sake of being “down” with hip hop culture.

To me, this is backwards thinking. Although there is an image associated with hip hop, you don’t need to look, speak, or act a certain way to embrace it or be part of it. I feel like this is doing too much, but hey, maybe it’s just a phase they’re going through.



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