Anonymous asked: What did Brooke do wrong?


Here is Brooke Candy when she was a stripper (maybe idk this is taken before her fame)

Innocent white girl with a nice head shape, right??? Don’t be fooled. After this, the transformation begins. 

She starts to realize that she can talk fast like that person at auctions. So she thinks, “Hey, I can be a rapper!” but for some reason, believes that you have to be Black to be a rapper, so she kickstarts her “career” with this:

This is when the transformation really hits her at Stage One. This transformation is also known as H.W.B.B (Honky Wanna Be Black). It is a very serious case and is starting to infect most white “celebrities”. Brooke Candy is one that has a case that seems to be permanent along with Miley Cyrus and many others.

Stage Two for Candy settles in: when the white people mix styles of Black culture with ugly white style from the ugly time of the 90s:

Stage Three is either darkening your skin to move away from the “white girl” thing because that’s not in with rappers! Not with Black people, as the victims of H.W.B.B assume:

Why not throw in other styles of a culture she benefits off the murder of, too with “Latin@”????

Oh, and don’t forget including one-four Black people in your rap videos! Don’t wanna be exclusive and have the Black people know you have at least one friend of their race!

Stage Four is when it seems to be permanent. It is obvious Brooke Candy has entered this stage with this picture:

I think those are supposed to be afro puffs… 

- Jess


Such a fake fuckin cry

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but when has brooke candy ever been relevant to anyone besides gay white twinks like let’s be real for a second

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dad NO

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Katy Perry’s response after being asked to sign a picture of a Grammy Award (Katy doesn’t have any Grammy’s and it’s part of an ongoing joke other fan bases use against her)



That’s really fucked up.



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#hell no  

The shade here is relentless


The shade here is relentless

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