A new TV show is coming to ABC and it's inspired by the life of the queen Selena. It'll focus on a successful pop star, who has been estranged from her family for several years and now finds herself juggling her career, love life, and family secrets. As a true Selena fan I'm not sure how I feel about this, but I guess I'll just have to wait and see how it turns out. I just hope that it lives up to her legacy.
Do you love pizza as much as I do?! Then, I know you'll appreciate this one. There's a pizza place in Yonkers, NY that sells 2-foot long pizza slices. Yes you read that correctly! I am dying to visit this place and hopefully I'll get the chance soon. You can check them out on Instagram @pizzabarnyonkers or www.pizzabarnyonkers.com
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I must admit my love for Cardi B grows more and more every day (actually, it's borderline obsession at this point!). But I wasn't always feeling her. My boyfriend first showed me her IG page back when she was just a regular stripper from the Bronx posting videos with no chill. And I was sooooo annoyed! But she grew on me. She around my age, she's a Libra like me, she's half Trini (like me!), and she also doesn't give a fuck (LIKE ME!!!). And just like any other Libra she's sensitive, self-conscious, and super down to earth, but will still fuck you up if need be. But that's not what I love most about her. My love for Cardi B is simply because of the way she leveled up. Whether you respect her beginnings or not, if Cardi B doesn't motivate you to never stop the grind then you're fuckin' bugging....or a hater! Either way, she's taking the world by storm and I hope she never stops! I recently checked out her interview with Fader magazine and of course I loved it. And if after you read it and you don't love her too (or at least respect her) then idk what else to tell you! www.thefader.com/2017/06/22/cardi-b-cover-story-interview
I know all of my fellow Game of Thrones fans will appreciate this super dope series recap by none other than the great Sam Jackson. And if you're not a fan yet, you should definitely consider becoming one because winter is coming!
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So this is really a thing!!! And it was discovered by 3 high school students as a school project. Hopefully this becomes available to everyone in the near future, so that know female ever has to go the trauma of being date raped! Watch the video and check out the full story on Forbes.com
KUDOS TO THESE LADIES!!!
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