Yikes. When people hate themselves so much that they find an audience to support their own self loathing and make themselves apart of it. I hope she gets the help she needs. Nothing we can say would be more embarrassing than how she’s been treating her own self.
If you guys didn’t hear about the doja cat situation here’s a break down:
Doja cat was on a video chat entraining racists and laughing at their racist jokes but also saying that she wanted to be fully white (she’s mixed btw) but luckily she’s thick and light skin. Also people are noticing she has a song out named dindu nuffin which is phrase that mocks police brutality.
Obviously when it’s time to be black, people use it for profit and clout. Like this is not an everyday issue being black in america. While we die in the streets singer/rappers like her use us for streams, get us to come to concerts and they make their money. Then what?
We’re broke. On government assistance. Unemployed can’t feed our families because of getting laid off in this terrible time. But y’all sit up here and “stan” these people. Not just putting it on doja there’s serval more artists just like her.
I get it, “it’s not that serious, it’s just music”. But it is serious when black sons, father, mothers are dying in the streets because of our color but people like her say they don’t want to be black but use it when it’s convenient.
I really thought that Doja was one of those biracial women who seemed to embrace her black side.
The word which God sent unto the children of Israel, preaching peace by Jesus Christ: (he is Lord of all) (Acts 10:36).
A certain man had just given his life to Christ but was still being buffeted by the devil. He called on the Lord complaining, “I thought that with you in my life, I wouldn’t have any more problems!” The Lord, in His response, showed the man how he had given Him only one room in his entire house. In that revelation, God was in that one room when the devil came into the house, fought the man and wounded him.
The man thought about it and said, “All right Lord, I give you three additional rooms.” That night, the devil came again and troubled him. This time, he was mad at God. He asked angrily, “I’ve now given you four rooms and still you allowed the devil in. What more should I do?” Then the Lord answered him kindly, “The house isn’t mine; you gave me four rooms in your house and the devil can’t come into any of those rooms.”
Finally, the man got the message and said, “All right, Lord, I turn the entire house over to you; it’s all yours now.” The next night, the devil came again, but there was a new owner. God was at the gate and the devil couldn’t come in. That’s what happens when Jesus has it all in your life.
Christianity isn’t just a casual acceptance of Jesus Christ as your Saviour; He wants to be Lord (Master or Boss) of your life, not just legally but vitally. If He isn’t Lord of your life and everything about you, then He isn’t your Lord at all! He said in Luke 9:23, “…If any man will come after me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross daily, and follow me.” Today, this statement is largely interpreted as enduring the persecution, ridicule, harassment and criticism the world throws at us, but at the time of Jesus, “taking up a cross” meant going to one’s death by crucifixion. That Jesus implied this is obvious from His next statement:
“For whosoever will save his life shall lose it: but whosoever will lose his life for my sake, the same shall save it” (Luke 9:24).
True consecrated Christianity isn’t a flippant, casual relationship but a radical commitment to Christ and His cause. You’re to give Him your all, and live for Him fully and truly. Hallelujah!
I boldly declare that Jesus is Lord of my life; He’s the Lord over my finances, family, career and all that concerns me. He’s my all and my life is for His glory now and forever. Amen.
Luke 9:23-24; Matthew 6:24 AMPC; 1 John 2:15-17 AMPC
by Chris Oyakhilome