Well, this is QUITE the accusation.
She shared a clip of the part the hitmaker stole, and called her out in the caption, writing:
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Kim Kardashian West, FTW!!!
The reality star may mostly be known for her style and curves, but she loves her Armenian heritage and always stands up for it.
After finding out that an ad denying the Armenian Genocide ran in the Wall Street Journal during the 101st anniversary of the massacre, Kim took to her website to write a passionate condemnation of the newspaper:
"My family and I are no strangers to BS in the press. We've learned to brush it off. Lies make good headlines, good headlines make great covers, great covers sell magazines. But when I heard about this full-page ad that ran in the Wall Street Journal denying the Armenian genocide, I couldn't just brush it off."
"The ad was paid for by Turkic Platform. I won't list the group's website, as I don't want to give them the traffic, but basically they say that not as many people died as historians say, and that the Armenians were to blame. For the Wall Street Journal to publish something like this is reckless, upsetting and dangerous. It's one thing when a sh–ty tabloid profits from a made-up scandal, but for a trusted publication like WSJ to profit from genocide — it's shameful and unacceptable. Why is it that every time we take one step forward, we take two steps back?"
We couldn't agree more. It was shameless and irresponsible for the Wall Street Journal, and the reasoning they provided to Gawker is appalling:
"We accept a wide range of advertisements, including those with provocative viewpoints. While we review ad copy for issues of taste, the varied and divergent views expressed belong to the advertisers."
That is so interesting. Would they also run "provocative" ads denying the genocide in Darfur, the Holocaust, the Trail of Tears, slavery, and every other atrocity throughout human history?
Stay classy, WSJ! Hope that ad revenue was worth it!
MAJOR props to Kim for calling them out!
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Emilia Clarke is an inspiration to young women everywhere.
But there's one teen she wishes she could reach out to… a younger version of herself! Back in October, the Game Of Thrones star filmed a message to her 18-year-old self, and Teen Vogue only recently released the moving message!
The gorgeous gal decided to gift teenage Emilia with words of wisdom about all sorts stressful struggles, like crumbling relationships and chasing dreams.
But the English actress also wanted to address her lack of confidence in her physical appearance, and spread a statement about body positivity and curve confidence, saying:
"18-year old Emilia, I'm going to quote this Sunscreen song at you, I know you know it. You are not as fat as you think you are."
That's so touching! The 29-year-old continued to explain to her younger self why all body types are beautiful, adding:
"There are some women who look some way, and there are other women who look another way. Like a whole other way. And the way that the other women look, people love. Because they look like women."
The lovely lady also offered up advice about pursuing her passion, even though it's been a difficult journey and the acting endeavor hadn't quite taken off at that point:
"There are going to be times when someone says, that dream that you've had, your entire life, the moment that someone says that's impossible, it is. I know you didn't get into drama school this time around, but, you will. You have the strength to overcome it."
She also prepped Young Emilia for the powerful pain of heartbreak and breakups:
The pop powerhouses were supposed to play shows in both Raleigh and Charlotte, but have decided to pull the plug on those performances because of the state's anti-LGBTQ legislation.
About a month ago, Governor Pat McCrory signed House Bill 2, which states that local cities and towns can no longer create their own rules banning discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity.
HB2 also says that transgender individuals must use the bathrooms that match the "biological sex" on their birth certificates in public schools, government agencies, and public college campuses.
In light of this terrible piece of legislation, the musicians announced on Monday that their Honda Civic Tour: Future Now will not be stopping in NC, sharing their joint statement on Instagram.
Ch-ch-check it out (below):
Phaedra Parks is truly a class act.
Luckily for us, the RHOA star was able to chat with us about the Phaedra Parks Foundation and how her organization plans to help the struggling community of Flint, Michigan. Ms. Parks also spoke on her political activism and why she feels it's so important to educate her sons about race issues in America.
Oh, and as an added bonus, the reality star also dished on possibly running for office, her funeral home, and how she once chatted it up with Bette Midler!
Needless to say, the interview was as informative as it was inspiring! Check out the vid (above)!
Wow… it's clear Parks is doing AMAZING things. Similarly to Big Sean and others, the momma is committed to righting the wrongs of our society.
So, what did YOU think of the convo?
P.S. you can visit Phaedra's foundation HERE!
We imagine this is exactly what Prince would want.
Following the singer's heartbreaking death last Thursday, staff from his Paisely Park estate in Minnesota handed out memorabilia tucked in purple boxes to his devastated fans. By the looks of it, the staff had assembled enough touching gifts for the entire crowd of mourners.
What's amazing about these boxes (besides the generosity factor), is that each box was unique just like the icon himself. Each fan received a package with different items spanning across his career, whether it be a t-shirt or CD.
Take a look at the sweet moment (below)!
He was truly a beloved soul.
On Thursday, Prince was found unconscious in his elevator, as paramedics were unable to revive him. He was eventually pronounced dead that afternoon.
When news got out, several artists and politicians spoke highly of the Purple Rain artist's legacy, for both his work in music and his humanitarian efforts.
On CNN, political commentator and friend Van Jones spoke about the 57-year-old's life that only his inner circle knew about.
It turns out the legendary musician funded several charities including Yes We Code and Green For All that respectively gave underprivileged youth technical jobs in Silicon Valley, and provided homes with solar panels.
Last year, Prince famously performed in locations such as Chicago, New Orleans, and Baltimore. According to Jones, he did these concerts in order to help local organizations deal with police brutality and social injustice.
As a Jehovah's Witness, the Minnesota-native did not allow himself to speak publicly about his good deeds. However, his actions spoke so much louder than words, and touched so many lives.
He will definitely be missed.
To watch the inspiring clip, ch-ch-check it out (below)
Demi Lovato is so confident these days!
Following a few years of self-doubt and personal turmoil, Demi has emerged victorious and now she wants everyone to take note. The singer even whipped out a sexy bikini to get her point across!
Via Lovato's Snapchat, she took a break from her vacation adventures to dispose a few bits of body positivity wisdom while also advertising her "curves". It's clear from the tantalizing shots that the musician is in a GOOD place!
Sexiness and confidence? We likey!
Check out D.L.'s snaps (below)!