In A World Full of Amber Rose and Blac Chyna’s Be An Ayesha Curry
In an age of social media and shows like VH1 Love & Hip Hop and the BET reality show about those chicks who got famous because they had a huge Instagram following. Like that’s something to be jumping for joy about.
But BET once had shows like Teen Summitt and College Hill. Something positive for our African American community to be proud of. Let’s be honest here. We’ve all witnessed the sudden change in TV programming.
Don’t be fooled by the hidden agenda. There is a reason why the mainstream media force feeds you this crap. Emasculating our black men into this hidden gay agenda and brainwashing our young women that following a Nicki Minaj or Amber Rose is the way to get ahead in life. Throwing that pu**y in the air to make it rain in the club.
Everyone wants to be Instagram famous. Because this prevents you from going to college and getting a good job. Starting your own business, and improving your self worth. Or living up to your fullest potential in life.
Why aspire to be just another throw away trick worth a dime a dozen. When you can be like lyricist, Lauryn Hill. “Why be a hard rock. When you really are a gem. ”
What the media doesn’t tell you is that the real men want women who haven’t been run through.
The saddest thing was how the black Twitter community took to pro-baller Steph Curry’s wife, Ayesha Curry just because she decided she’d rather stay covered up than revealing everything.
Our society is programmed to reject anything positive for anything negative. Come on people don’t be naive. Why would you want to be just another face in the crowd when you can stand out from the crowd.
Any man who doesn’t want you because you are too wholesome for him. Doesn’t deserve you anyway.
Don’t be fooled by the media agenda. There is nothing cool with being a side chick or a thot.
In a world full of Amber Rose and Blac Chyna be an Ayesha Curry.
“Be rare. Not easy to get.”