this is the screenshot of the tweet in mentioned. it was a self reply to a photo of Cameron Boyce who played Luke in Jessie and this is hinted to be debby ryan’s response to james. which is gross because this tweet was in 2016 which meant cameron was 16 and 16 year old james thought this was funny to even air out. yuck!
if she is bi, then why not just come out and say so? all this hinting at it and liking tweets about it doesn’t prove she is. it’s not like she’ll get backlash either but keeping it unconfirmed seems super baity.
it’s even more insulting given toulouse and myron are ariana’s dogs. way to treat a “friend” who wrote songs for you for years and was important enough for a ring. she may still be in a dark place emotionally and mentally but that doesn’t excuse how rude and nasty she’s been.
apparently one of her friends who received a ring claimed she wasn’t given writing credits on 4 songs in thank u, next and ariana & co responded with some petty tweets as a response. its so gross how her stans applaud this kind of behavior.
if you don’t find anything wrong then that’s fine. if other people find it wrong that’s fine too. what’s considered problematic amongst people varies from person to person. no one is saying you HAVE to be mad but for those who are just respect their stance y’know?
i find it sounds how i expected it to in terms of lyrics. i wonder what kind of thinkpieces are going to come out of the final shot in which she goes to kiss the girlfriend. but is the girlfriend dressing and emulating ariana’s looks or vice versa? overall a nice song with better enunciation (imo) and way to many yuhs like wtf.
i just checked the belle delphine thread and some users whom comment there need to stay away. i get being upset at how easy it is for others to get money but idk. i think thats a whole ‘nother level of low self-esteem. i can sympathize but also why does it bother you so much? this seems to be prevalent in any topic about an e-thot. personally, i cant find myself being super upset at how easy it is for someone to get their money. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
went through the last 3 pages of the thread and it definitely reeks of a superiority complex. just because you decide to not go the e-thot route doesn’t make y’all better than one who does. again, ¯\_(ツ)_/¯.
it’s her excessive tanning in conjunction with her use of AAVE that are bothering people. she also appears on TIME and VOGUE magazine with her natural shade so, clearly she has no problem with being able to wipe off the tan when she feels like it.
the issue lies in that in the united states, black people were (still are) disrespected due to features they cannot control. whenever we decide to wear our hair naturally, it it seen as “unprofessional”, the way we speak, dance and the music we listen to is seen as “ghetto”. for a self-proclaimed white woman to pick and choose which traits of black culture she wants to adopt while an actual WOC isnt getting the same attention doesnt get to not be a racial problem. hope this makes sense cause my thoughts are scattered omfg