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Looolll beyonce:

Coachella, 2010
beyonce:

Coachella, 2010

husssel:

howtobeterrell:

blvckexcelllence:

lifesentences:

throughkaleidscopeeyes:

hausfever:

Pharrell and Oprah in tears after showing a video of the world dancing to his hit success ” Happy ” . ♥ 

i pray i marry a man as humble as Pharrell i swear i do

Aww boo… 

Precious lil one

i want this feeling

Oprah has superpowers!!!!!!!!!! She made like 4 black men cry in like the past year….

thesoulsurgeon:

When people come for Beyonce

Inspired by [x], this is to show the range of roles that Marilyn Monroe played throughout her career and how she should not be judged on her dumb blonde roles, when her characters were so much more than that.

beyhive1992:

Team Bey

Angela Beyince (Vice president of operations,Parkwood Entertainment) “If Beyoncé had her choice, she’d rather take off her shoes and do cartwheels in the park. That’s really who she’d like to be.”

Jim Sabey (Head of worldwide marketing,Parkwood Entertainment) “That’s the great democratization of the internet—it exposes the frauds.”

Lauren Wirtzer-Seawood (Digital Strategy,Parkwood Entertainment)I think this album for sure is going to stand out as a major moment.”

Ty Hunter (Stylist) “I call Bey and Solange and all the girls in Destiny’s Child my sisters. The family is just, you know, humble—not what people think it is. The picture [of Beyoncé] is ‘diva, diva, diva,’ but I’ve been here this long because she’s not.”

Ed Burke (Visual Director,Parkwood Entertainment) “I learn from her everyday.  Mostly, it’s how to take certain things that we bring to the table and make it her own. That’s just amazing to me. She elevates everything. She elevates everyone around her. She’s absolutely normal. I don’t have a filter on what I say or do—especially creatively.”

Kwasi Fordjour (Creative Coordinator,Parkwood Entertainment)“She’s kept true to the people who have kept true to her. I think that’s amazing—you rarely see artists who keep hold of their A-team throughout their career.”

Todd Tourso (Creative Director,Parkwood Entertainment) 2She’s completely relentless in her pursuit of perfectionism. It sounds cheesy, but that’s why I’m willing to work so hard for her. When you have this type of leadership and muse and mentor, I think the sky’s the limit.2

Melissa Vargas (Brand Manager,Parkwood Entertainment)  “It was kind of like Survivor or The Real World. We slept in there. Everyone had a room. There was only a certain number of people that could come, so if you were vibing with her and everything was going great, you would stay for longer. We had a chef, and every single person in that house sat down at dinner with Jay and Beyoncé.”

Yvette Noel-Schure (Publicist at Parkwood Entertainment) “I saw a very meticulous 14-year-old girl. To be so in-the-know at that age—”

Lee Anne Callahan-Longo (General Manager,Parkwood Entertainment) “If you aren’t here for the passion and the ride, then you’d be miserable.”

medicine:

arabicgrl:

reverseracism:

Quoted from www.nydailynews.com:

She may be a living doll, but she doesn’t have a pretty mouth.

Valeria Lukyanova, the Ukranian woman dubbed “Human Barbie” because of her multiple plastic surgeries, shared her thoughts on race and beauty in a new interview with GQ Magazine — implying that the push for plastic surgery procedures in the Western world is “because of the race-mixing.”

"Ethnicities are mixing now, so there’s degeneration, and it didn’t used to be like that," said Lukyanova, according to GQ.

"Remember how many beautiful women there were in the 1950s and 1960s, without any surgery? And now, thanks to degeneration, we have this."

"I love the Nordic image myself," continued Lukyanova, whose age has been reported as 38. "I have white skin; I am a Nordic type - perhaps a little Eastern Baltic, but closer to Nordic."

The conversation shocked her interviewer, GQ Russia editor Michael Idov, who dubbed his subject “a racist space alien.”

(Via nydailynews)

This is not the first time Ms. Lukyanova had been publicly caught referring to her ignorant ideals. Not only is she against racial mixing, she is also a firm believer in Hitler’s Nazi ideologies, anti-semitism, the super Aryan race, and racial segregation. She does not believe in helping the less fortunate and feels “uncomfortable” around those with disabilities. She is against feminism and believes in traditional strict gender roles blaming POC, the LGBTQA community, and the multiple civil rights movements for the demise of social order. From the pictures above we can see she is wearing a bindi, she does participate in cultural appropriation. Upon searching her name you will come across various images of her dawning southern Asian attire while simultaneously mocking the culture.

She has been quoted stating: “I only dislike an appearence of niggers, arabs etc. But I’m not a racist. I’m just an esthete.”

A quick google search will tell you all you need to know on her belief system. She is not shy when it comes to sharing her racist/ignorant opinions.

- Susie the moderator

I don’t know where you’ve got these ridiculous sources from but Valeria Lukyanova has never said that she dislikes the appearance of black people or arabs. She got interviewed by GQ and in it she says her own opinion about what she thinks that is beautiful. She said and I quote: "For example, a Russian marries an Armenian," Valeria elaborates helpfully. "They have a kid, a cute girl, but she has her dad’s nose. She goes and files it down a little, and it’s all good." 

Check your sources next time before you play Mrs. Social Justice Blogger. 

Here you can see the real source: http://www.gq.com/women/photos/201404/valeria-lukyanova-human-barbie-doll

i don’t care about this irrelevant nazi hoe and i lament giving this attention

but listen, in the same article you linked she says this

"Ethnicities are mixing now, so there’s degeneration, and it didn’t used to be like that. Remember how many beautiful women there were in the 1950s and 1960s, without any surgery? And now, thanks to degeneration, we have this. I love the Nordic image myself. I have white skin; I am a Nordic type—perhaps a little Eastern Baltic, but closer to Nordic."

she on some eugenics logic in that passage brah. skraight up third reich master race stop the race mixing type shit.

see that other nazi trick she posin with? they wearin white pride shirts.

also, with a little google search, i came up with her posing with irrelevant nazi hoe #2 in some cute n quirky nazi fashun

this was a video of her and irrelevant nazi hoe #2 sayin something about white supremacy but the video has since been deleted

and here’s something else that corroborates the previous two links, and yeah, she does use the n word 

the op gave us information that wasn’t sourced well at all, but it wasn’t that difficult to find information on her white supremacist/nazi/anti-feminist leanings. she’s still on some third reich anti-semitic white supremacy tip and i dunno why someone would defend her even if they’ve only read the GQ article where she blatantly espouses nazi logic. calling eugenics bad equates to online sj activism gone wrong now? is y’all gon start tellin people that mein kampf ain’t so bad and to say otherwise is social justice propaganda gone amok? tuh. c’mon now.

Fuck Barbie!! First of all who is you???

"When I get home, I’m relaxed. I don’t have any shoes on.

“If Beyoncé had her choice, she’d rather take off her shoes and do cartwheels in the park. That’s really who she’d like to be.”

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