PIMPHOP CULTURE INFLUENCE – When Women Gotta Have A Black Baby In Order To Be In The Spotlight


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We agree with Bill Gates, along with this new update agreement with Oprah Winfrey, and then this brand new fresh out the frying pan follow up that is the ultimate score settler as provided by Beyoncé

It is best to just let her speak for herself, and provide the solid support that helps to get her point across.

A “Richest People In The World” perspective to consider.

And for today’s addition to this ongoing story.

“If we want a healthier, more productive world, then unleashing the power of women and girls is one of the smartest and most obvious ways to realize it.”

-Jacqueline Howard
Point 1:02 mark of the above video clip endorsed by Bill Gates.

It’s just some words and pictures on a screen, and this is a post to add some strength to the hard nosed argument about investing in women and girls as stated in the tweet above from Bill Gates.

Super Focused On The Big Picture.