As I look at this picture I see George Floyd. I see Martin Luther King Jr. I see Rosa Parks. I see every individual who has struggled with the fear, hurt, and pain, from racial oppression and exploitation. I am not black. However I am not naive to the fact that I myself have benefited from the influence of black culture significantly. As an artist, a dancer, much of everything I have and will continue to produce and release will greatly be influenced by the black community. Much pain lingers in my heart knowing that many of my brothers and sisters, my CLOSE Friends, may have lived with insecurity and fear while others are obliviously privileged. Today I will be educating myself and researching to learn more about racial discrimination. As well as posting on my stories and bio links on all accounts ways we can participate, help, and be heard. #blacklivesmatter Speak out. Fight for the injustice. Equality is our right as children of God.
We are all God’s children. Equal in his eyes. Loved no less than the other. Awareness has been rising for racism that has been existent for far too long. Sending love to all effected by not only the events that have recently occurred but also to those who have dealt with racism in different forms whether big or small throughout their lives. #stopracism #weareallequal
a message to all my followers/friends/fans i just want to take this moment to thank you all for supporting me on my journey through life. i believe we’ve all been given this gift and platform to share love, positivity, and authenticity and it means a thousand and more that you all have endlessly encouraged me to continue to pursue my dreams and the best version of myself. thank you thank you thank you for havin my back. love you guys