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niggas so quick to call out beyonce and rihanna talking bout they aint really hood but be so quick to defend miley cyrus and iggy azalea and all the other little sour plain yogurt off brand weak cheaper by the dozen wannabe lightskin so bad white girls out there like bye  image

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"It’s not about race!"

So I guess the Ku Klux Klan showed up for some fresh air, then?

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1 Marine vs. 30 Cops: Sgt. Shamar Thomas in NYC
“Why are you hurting the people I fought to protect? There is no honor in that!”




Waterloo, London, UK

Alfred Ajani, 22, is very much in demand after a photo of him promoting himself during the rush hour at Waterloo station was shared thousands of times online.
The Coventry University marketing graduate from south London, who lives with his mother and stepfather in Waterloo, has since been offered job interviews for positions as far afield as New York.
He handed his CVs to company bosses as they made their way to work in the City today. A photograph of him giving his phone number to one businessman soon went viral on Twitter.
Mr Ajani, who says he has applied for more than 300 jobs since April without success, was seen holding a sign which read: “Marketing graduate (BA Hons 2:1 Coventry Uni) Ask for CV”
Speaking to the Standard, the former Archbishop Tenison student said his dream role would be working as a marketing executive for a global sportswear brand such as Nike or Adidas. 
He said he was “shocked” by the success of his recent stunt on the station concourse. 
He said: “At first it started a bit slow. A couple of hundred people walked by. But then the first woman approached me and said it was a creative idea. One guy even offered me a coffee. I think it has got better and better as the hours have passed. It looks like it is working so far.”
He added: “My mum is proud of me. She came down to the station and was hugging me and saying she hoped I could help support our family.”
Mr Ajani said he had received scores of messages of support from fellow graduates and classmates.He hopes to secure a full-time position by the end of the week.
Commenting on the pressures on graduates to find a job in the current market, he said: “If everyone is saying we don’t have experience, then I do not understand how we are supposed to get that experience.”