The epitome of sophista-rachet, understanding the dichotomy of sophistication and ratchetry. Attempted vinyl collector. Spotify and SoundClound addict . Louisiana boii. Some call it country. I call it southern hospitality.

a girlfriend is a potential wife if you ask me. relationships are investments not hobbies. y’all gotta grow up.

Posted on 23 August, 2014
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Posted on 23 August, 2014
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sancophaleague:

I saw a meme some time ago with Martin Luther King Locking arms with a group of Black men vs Young black boys today sagging their pants. The caption read “when they respected us vs why they don’t respect us now”…While I understand the point the meme was trying to make I feel the deeper message is problematic. White people DID NOT respect blacks during that civil rights era. They were Bombing little blacks girls in churches and spraying black people down with hoses. Blacks dressing in nice suits and dresses DID NOT change the harsh treatment they received. That Meme is inaccurate. The way Black people dress, how much money they made, how low they cut their hair, how straight the made their hair, or how “educated” they were has never changed the way whites view Blacks. Like my dude Tupac said “I don’t care  if you a lawyer, a doctor…These white folks view us as Niggers and thugs”Whats the point of this post? The point that too many black people practice this pseudo-logical philosophy that if we somehow someway “act” more towards white peoples standards then they will accept and respect us. If yall stop “cussin, killing each other, acting this or that way white people will respect us” ask yourself, is that really true? What evidence do you have?I know people of the African diaspora living in Africa, America, Europe, and The Carribean lost their culture/history/Africanisms so it may be hard to understand but White People ARE NOT the standard for Humanity. White culture/customs are NOT the Alpha and Omega of Human life. Regardless of what they have programmed into your mind what your ancestors practiced is what civilized the world. Always remember that. Peace.Post made by @solar_innerg#sancophaleagueFollow our backup account @sancophaleague_

Posted on 23 August, 2014
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iluvsouthernafrica:

Zimbabwe:
Ndebele warriors, 1905
*Please note, the word Matabele was created by the British  (a spelling that is still common in older texts), “because they found it difficult to pronounce the word amaNdebele”.
Read more about the Northern Ndebele people.

Posted on 23 August, 2014
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voguememoirs:

Harry Uzoka; Nigerian

Posted on 23 August, 2014
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howiviewafrica:

Beauty of Africa.

Posted on 23 August, 2014
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the-qaali-life:

Bien Aime of the Kenyan band Sauti Sol in their new video for Nishike!

I needed to post this for several reasons:
This is quite a change in the type of music videos released in Kenya and I think the music industry needed a new direction with artists that are willing to be risky with their creative direction.
The effect I have noticed it has on women is phenomenal. Lawd have mercy on the ovaries that will be dying! 
In the words of Bien Aime “Put on some make love song”. It is the perfect mood-setter and makes everyone feel some type of way! 

Posted on 23 August, 2014
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howiviewafrica:

Proud African Men.

Posted on 23 August, 2014
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howiviewafrica:

Ethiopia.

Posted on 23 August, 2014
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afrikanattire:

Senegalese wrestling.
I wonder whats happening? This looks like a scene from a movie…

Posted on 23 August, 2014
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