A young man walks onto the stage and boldly proclaims that he is a rapist. At the audience’s shocked gasp, he reiterates, “Yes, I am a rapist!”
Dear Future Husband…
This is my first entry to the #ugblogmonth. I decided to jump in today because I have been wanting to write about this for a long time. I didn’t struggle to pick who I would choose for the 20 minutes. I knew that it had to be someone from Lota House. If it were possible, I would choose all the artists. But alas, it is not.
By Valentine Makoni. When I was 12 years old, my parents visited America. They asked me what I wanted as a gift. Because prepubescent me was already plugged into pop culture, I asked for a music CD. Specifically, R-Kelly’s Chocolate Factory, or (Eminem’s protégé) 50 Cent’s Get Rich Or Die Trying. Thankfully, they got me the latter album. Of course, being responsible, it was the clean version, complete with Candy Shop sing along melodies.
My hidden talent? I don’t think that I have a hidden talent. Actually……. All my talents are on display. So instead, I’ll list all the talents I know about.
For those following, you’ll notice that I skipped day 13. I’d like to say its because its unlucky number 13, but nah, it’s because January blues hit my fridge really hard and its now just recovering. Now! Cue card says I’m supposed to list 3 healthy habits. I don’t know if it’s 3 healthy habits that I do, or 3 healthy habits that I recommend. But I’ll go with the 3 I do do. (Do not laugh at the ridiculousness of do do!)
When I saw today’s prompt, my first thought was, huh!? How in the world am I supposed to pick just a measly five songs out the millions I’ve heard and loved.