Thursday, April 5, 2018

How to be a big time RAP star (video)

StrangerThanFiction; Seth Auberon, Crystal Quintero, Pat Macpherson (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly
WARNING: Profanity, explicit references to homosexuality, abuse, sodomy, prostitution, rape!
This is how we do. Lil Dicky "Freaky Friday" ft. Chris Brown with rainbow flag patch.

A familiar voice explains the ins-and-outs (nudge-nudge, wink-wink) behind the rap game for those hankering for super-stardom. The Buddha warned that craving is the proximate cause of disappointment and suffering. What won't living beings (humans, demons, stars, demigods) do for fulfillment. It is this very lack of fulfillment, called dukkha, that spurs us on in samsara, the Wheel of Life and Death. And here we thought hip hop and gangsta rapping was the way to go, a shortcut to EDM/Rave fame, YouTube views, and Spotify/Apple downloads. Nicki Minaj does not like being outdone by sexy Cardi B, the new it grrl:

Wig-wearing Cardi B promotes lesbianism in recent issue of Cosmo

This is how you're loved: Hollywood celebrities get down. Pandora's Box exposed! [re-upload] (2018). This is exactly what's happening behind closed doors in Hollywood. They daily practice occult rituals with fellow actors, musicians, producers, and directors; yet, they will never tell us what going on. This deleted video was re-uploaded from The Black Child Channel.
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