Wild child

Wild child

Paige Hurd steals the show in G-Eazy’s “I Mean It” video

skyetownsend:

Hello, I am judging you.

skyetownsend:

Hello, I am judging you.

skyetownsend:

mohicaaa:

She’s so stupid 😩😂😂

😩 I’m terrible.

skyetownsend:

Life goals : being that couch.

skyetownsend:

Life goals : being that couch.

skyetownsend:

martianandyb:

I so need some new music from her like now!

Coming bae!

skyetownsend:

martianandyb:

I so need some new music from her like now!

Coming bae!

skyetownsend:

Hi.

skyetownsend:

Hi.

skyetownsend:

No regular love.

skyetownsend:

49ers.

skyetownsend:

This will probably get me attacked but oh well. I don’t understand how evil some people can be. It’s perfectly fine to love and adore a celebrity. But I feel as if recently, it’s a trend to worship normal people who are entertainers. So many people online take things too far while trying to defend their favorite celebrity. I have seen people tell others that they hope their “mother gets raped”, prays their “first baby dies” or that the person “slits their wrists until they die and their family can discover them after it happens.”  How powerful are those statements? All because someone says your fav celeb had a bad hair day or they aren’t a fan of their music? The saddest part is this. Hurt people hurt people. Reread that. I remember I said some stupid comment and a young man attacked me. He said he wished my mom would’ve had an abortion because I’m a disgrace. I scroll down his page and he tweets how bad it hurts when people are homophobic and we should spread love. What? How do people not understand, what you put into the world matters. Energy will bounce back and stick to you if you’re throwing ugly vibes into the world. My point is. Do you think these celebrities look at how fucking psycho people get to defend them and are proud? It probably makes them sick to see how far some people will go. There’s nothing wrong with loving an artist but some of these “stans” take it way too far and it’s getting out of hand. Period.

skyetownsend:

This will probably get me attacked but oh well. I don’t understand how evil some people can be. It’s perfectly fine to love and adore a celebrity. But I feel as if recently, it’s a trend to worship normal people who are entertainers. So many people online take things too far while trying to defend their favorite celebrity. I have seen people tell others that they hope their “mother gets raped”, prays their “first baby dies” or that the person “slits their wrists until they die and their family can discover them after it happens.” How powerful are those statements? All because someone says your fav celeb had a bad hair day or they aren’t a fan of their music? The saddest part is this. Hurt people hurt people. Reread that. I remember I said some stupid comment and a young man attacked me. He said he wished my mom would’ve had an abortion because I’m a disgrace. I scroll down his page and he tweets how bad it hurts when people are homophobic and we should spread love. What? How do people not understand, what you put into the world matters. Energy will bounce back and stick to you if you’re throwing ugly vibes into the world. My point is. Do you think these celebrities look at how fucking psycho people get to defend them and are proud? It probably makes them sick to see how far some people will go. There’s nothing wrong with loving an artist but some of these “stans” take it way too far and it’s getting out of hand. Period.

skyetownsend:

LHHATL : Mimi, Joseline, Stevie J & Nikko impersonation by Skye Townsend. 😩

skyetownsend:

macfinn-bros:

suburban-ghetto:

yonceinthatlingerie:

skyetownsend:

entrar-para-dentro:

skyetownsend:

Oh shucks! Is it inconvenient to love black culture right now? Where did all y’all go? I swore all of you said you believe we are all equal and gotta stop seeing race cause we all bleed red. Please! Come on and join us! Standing up for justice is way more “hardcore” than listening to Jay Z uncensored if you protest until the sun sets. It will be really “edgy” and “hip” to hit the “ghettoest” parts of Ferguson right now! Who’s down? You should braid your hair up and slick your fully-adult baby hairs for some of the peaceful protests, and rallies.. it’ll be so cool, my “nig”! Come on! Let’s be black now!


Jesus, black people are PEOPLE. I like people, I never noticed the color of the person. Almost 40% of my best friends are black, and I never gave a damn.

Lol……. K.

You should give a damn, ignoring their color is like saying you like them despite their color, which is not a good thing.

40%?! Wth

I never wanted to be black or pretended to be. Why the fuck would I go to the ghetto? That’s why I went to college so I wouldn’t have to

Where was that statement supposed to go?

skyetownsend:

macfinn-bros:

suburban-ghetto:

yonceinthatlingerie:

skyetownsend:

entrar-para-dentro:

skyetownsend:

Oh shucks! Is it inconvenient to love black culture right now? Where did all y’all go? I swore all of you said you believe we are all equal and gotta stop seeing race cause we all bleed red. Please! Come on and join us! Standing up for justice is way more “hardcore” than listening to Jay Z uncensored if you protest until the sun sets. It will be really “edgy” and “hip” to hit the “ghettoest” parts of Ferguson right now! Who’s down? You should braid your hair up and slick your fully-adult baby hairs for some of the peaceful protests, and rallies.. it’ll be so cool, my “nig”! Come on! Let’s be black now!

Jesus, black people are PEOPLE. I like people, I never noticed the color of the person. Almost 40% of my best friends are black, and I never gave a damn.

Lol…….

K.

You should give a damn, ignoring their color is like saying you like them despite their color, which is not a good thing.

40%?! Wth

I never wanted to be black or pretended to be. Why the fuck would I go to the ghetto? That’s why I went to college so I wouldn’t have to

Where was that statement supposed to go?

skyetownsend:

Glowing but I ain’t preggo.

skyetownsend:

Glowing but I ain’t preggo.