prettyboyshyflizzy:

When yall singing along to some migos and that one white boy on your team slips up and says the N-word

Yall:

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Him:

"wait i can explain"

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"My grandparents are black"

"I have a black cousin"

"My car is black"

"Orange is the new black"

jcoleknowsbest:

fogo-av:

psl:

validx2:

infamousindigochild:

honoronher:

lovelyandbrown:

sapphiretemplo:

angfdz:

imsoshive:

It’s not fair for him to even be on the show. Who’s gonna beat him? Seriously?

holy shit

go the fck off alfonso!!!!

!!!

@ 0:48 YAAAAAAAAAASSSSSSS FUCK IT UUUUUUUUUPPPPPPPPP

He’s gonna win Easy…

That nigga been dancing since the Michael Jackson Pepsi commercial this aint new to him

true ^^^^

Black Excellence.
Show up to the gig, GO OFF, drop the mic, win.

Yeah if he don’t win I’m rioting… cause he was better than the “professional” he was dancing with…

postracialcomments:


The bodies of two Tampa teenagers were discovered Thursday morning on a roadside in Duval County.

Angelia Mangum, 19, and Tjhisha Ball, 18, were found about 1 a.m., according to law enforcement. A witness told Jacksonville news station WJAX the teenagers were bound with zip ties and lying on top of one another.

"Two witnesses were driving by and they saw bodies and they called 911," Sgt. T.K. Waters told news station WJXT.

Officers were dispatched to Sisson Drive, near the intersection of Main Street North and Clark Road.
Investigators suspect foul play and are trying to determine the causes of death.

"They were in an area where they would have been noticed, so I think it was fairly recently since they’d been left there,” Waters also told WJXT.
A medical examiner has taken the bodies to determine the cause of death.


"I just don’t understand what happened," Ball’s sister, Crystal Moore, said.
According to Moore, both women had been living in the Jacksonville area off and on for approximately a year and a half.


"I feel like sometimes that I failed," Ball’s mother, Jerlean Moore, said. "What could I have done? What could I have taught her better? It hurts…it really hurts."
It’s a pain that’s only worsened by the fact that no one has been caught.






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postracialcomments:


The bodies of two Tampa teenagers were discovered Thursday morning on a roadside in Duval County.

Angelia Mangum, 19, and Tjhisha Ball, 18, were found about 1 a.m., according to law enforcement. A witness told Jacksonville news station WJAX the teenagers were bound with zip ties and lying on top of one another.

"Two witnesses were driving by and they saw bodies and they called 911," Sgt. T.K. Waters told news station WJXT.

Officers were dispatched to Sisson Drive, near the intersection of Main Street North and Clark Road.
Investigators suspect foul play and are trying to determine the causes of death.

"They were in an area where they would have been noticed, so I think it was fairly recently since they’d been left there,” Waters also told WJXT.
A medical examiner has taken the bodies to determine the cause of death.


"I just don’t understand what happened," Ball’s sister, Crystal Moore, said.
According to Moore, both women had been living in the Jacksonville area off and on for approximately a year and a half.


"I feel like sometimes that I failed," Ball’s mother, Jerlean Moore, said. "What could I have done? What could I have taught her better? It hurts…it really hurts."
It’s a pain that’s only worsened by the fact that no one has been caught.






Source
Zoom Info

postracialcomments:

The bodies of two Tampa teenagers were discovered Thursday morning on a roadside in Duval County.
Angelia Mangum, 19, and Tjhisha Ball, 18, were found about 1 a.m., according to law enforcement. A witness told Jacksonville news station WJAX the teenagers were bound with zip ties and lying on top of one another.
"Two witnesses were driving by and they saw bodies and they called 911," Sgt. T.K. Waters told news station WJXT.
Officers were dispatched to Sisson Drive, near the intersection of Main Street North and Clark Road.
Investigators suspect foul play and are trying to determine the causes of death.
"They were in an area where they would have been noticed, so I think it was fairly recently since they’d been left there,” Waters also told WJXT.
A medical examiner has taken the bodies to determine the cause of death.
"I just don’t understand what happened," Ball’s sister, Crystal Moore, said.
According to Moore, both women had been living in the Jacksonville area off and on for approximately a year and a half.
"I feel like sometimes that I failed," Ball’s mother, Jerlean Moore, said. "What could I have done? What could I have taught her better? It hurts…it really hurts."
It’s a pain that’s only worsened by the fact that no one has been caught.