"I don’t feel like race is spectacle. Race is me. I’m a black woman. We are black people. And as we move around our daily lives, it is not a spectacle; it is the norm. I think that certain creative is coming from a voice that is not ours, and yet they project that voice on black performers, and you just naturally think of that spectacle as the everyday. And there’s beauty in the everyday; there’s beauty in the ordinary; there’s stories to be told outside of things being at their most heightened moment, at their most outrageous moments. But, yes, no one in Middle of Nowhere was being pushed down the stairs, no one was being called the n-word, no one was being shot, no one was in deep poverty. We just live, we exist."
I don’t even want to be friends with a girl carrying a Michael Kors bag…
Selena gets side-eyed
lmaoo happy im not the only one who caught that
Kanye being awkward and weird at the end of SNL. And giving a bit of side-eye.