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Adrija Bose I was about 11 years old when I first saw Madonna on my television screen. On the newly acquired cable network at home that featured English songs in two channels—I saw her dressed in black latex and leather-- crawling, dancing in a box and spreading her legs—something that I later found out is called manspreading. I liked watching the video. Over the years, through her songs, I kept learning new words. And, the words that I already knew changed its meaning, thanks to Madonna. This was way before MeToo happened, and way before women started going out on night walks to occupy public spaces. In the music video, Madonna is a reckless woman on a crime spree. When she stops at a traffic signal, a bunch of men in the car next to her can be seen making weird gestures. Madonna winks.

Array your copy here. For the ancient three years, Miami duo City Girls have monopolised rap with their rags-to-riches mantras about money, pussy and scamming. A few hurdles threatened to be in breach of their momentum — JT ended a two-year prison sentence for credit certificate fraud last year during the bubonic plague. Where are you two calling as of, Miami? JT: Miami. If you had to make a mood board designed for the album, what would you deposit on it? JT: I would deposit a boat, drop-tops, long nails, a lot of money on that moodboard. Niggas with money.

Books Who are you calling a bitch? It's an insult often thrown by women who are strong, ambitious after that outspoken. Girls are bossy and become adult into women who nag, while boys of all ages are authoritative after that natural-born leaders. When men go absent for a drink together it is considered positive social interaction or networking; when women get together they big mouth.

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