I see I said, jealousy I said
Got the whole industry mad at me I said
Then B.I. said, "Hov' remind yourself
nobody built like you, you've designed yourself"
I agree I said, my one of a kind self
Get stoned every day like Jesus did
What he said, I said, has been said before
"Just keep doing your thing," he said, say no more 

[glasses-american apparel; sweat shirt-hanes; pants-h&m; boots-thrifted; giving life-PRICELESS!]

Hey dolls!!!
It has definitely been a little while, a lot has been going on. The Sunglass Hut fashion blogger contest is still in full swing so make sure you guys vote by Nov 17th. 

These last couple of days I started to realize how much people shun something they don't understand. It started after I watched Kanye West's mini movie "Runaway," and listened/read people's reactions. I'm not gonna lie, when I first watched it I thought it was rather disturbing & odd, and yes I'm entitled to my opinion(s), but can I really look down upon something simply because I don't understand it/agree with it?...No, and I think a lot of people fall into that category. Although Kanye's film was peculiar, I appreciated it because it challenged my thoughts and sparked controversy; thats what I want my work to do - to invoke conversation...like they say, if people aren't talking about you, you're not doing something right, so keep them talking, whether positive or negative at least you're being thought about. I see a lot of this in the Black community, specifically with the females. It's like it kills chicks to give another woman a compliment. I understand you may not like something but why all the negativity? It's just sad to me that your own race can't even be supportive considering the adversity we already face. In the end, I'm gonna continue to push the envelope and be that chick that stirs up controversy. Normal & playing it safe is boring and do not inspire people. Whether you agree with my work or not, I feel like no matter what I leave you thinking. Whether its 'how can I recreate that outfit' or 'how can I do it better,'you will be inspired and anybody who says differently is in denial...simple as that. I'm so passionate about my vision and my craft that I can say things like that with confidence, and I believe it.

On another note, I'm really interested in starting a t-shirt/sweat shirt/hoodie line called Dope Since 1986/Dope Since, I think it would be SUPER DUPER DOPE, what do you guys think? I'm just trying to make a name for myself by any means necessary, I refuse to be stagnate and wake up 20 years from now with regrets because I didn't pursue my dreams, I just wanna share my vision with the world...thats all I want.


  1. <3 your style, so I'd buy it! I say go for it because you had this vision for a reason. I'm interested in helping, if you need help lmk!

  2. Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous? Actually, who are you not to be? You are a child of God. Your playing small does not serve the world. There is nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people won't feel insecure around you. We are all meant to shine, as children do. We were born to make manifest the glory of God that is within us. It's not just in some of us; it's in everyone. And as we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others. - Marianne Williamson..

    With that being said, you are a star. So what if nobody says how bright you are. Go for what you feel you need to do for you.

  3. @yahighness thanks a lot, & i'll definitely keep u in mind.

    @angelica thanks for the encouraging words, I will definitely continue to shine!

    Thank you guys for visiting, if you guys havent done so already please vote for me to achieve my dream job, heres the link: http://bit.ly/biKzHR

  4. You know what l say.... go all the way to the top!

  5. I completely agree with you about how you say that it "kills chicks to give another woman a compliment"...I work for H&M so I see stylish women and men everyday and I never hesitate in giving someone a compliment..if I like what your rockin I'm going to let you know..and NO its not part of my job description give someone a compliment on their clothes, hair, shoes, make-up and etc..I do it because when I see something I like it is like inspiration for me.
    anyways ma...dope blog!