“How can you come for someone else’s Afro what you don’t have any hair to begin with?” -#4
We live in a world where people love to tell you you’re wrong even if the question at hand has more than one answer. 9 times out of 10 most people state their opinion and someone (typically a complete stranger) feels compelled to not only tell you you’re wrong but try and degrade you in the process. Now I’m not going to lie, I have IG beef in the comments all the time with complete strangers, but again, 9 times out of 10 I post my personal opinion and someone feels the need to tell me I’m wrong and try and come for me about how I look. Now this is the thing … if you have something to say by all means get your point crossed BUT YOU BETTER come correct. In my opinion the insults and trash talk over shadows the point you’re trying to make. I was raised that the moment someone has to raise their voice or make an insult in a debate they’ve already lost. The point I’m trying to make and my thought process for this week is essentially to humble yourself, reevaluate your life and decision making, and reflect before coming for someone. Don’t come for my Afro, but your bald headed. Don’t come for my secures wigs, when you have a talking lace front, don’t tell me I need to whiten my teeth, but you have dentures. Truth be told, y’all ever notice that it’s unattractive people that love to call someone ugly or overweight people that love to comment about how someone needs to slim down a bit. Literally I’m over the BS!