"The City of Melbourne thought it would be cool to have, like, some First Nations artists… I decided to put all First Nations artists."
"To be African in New Zealand is really trippy... People will drop the n-word left right and centre but are quiet as a mouse when it comes to injustices."
“Pole dancing grew from the labour of POC strippers, and yet the image of pole dance – often rebranded as ‘pole fitness’ – is whitewashed and removed from its sex worker roots."
"It’s time we start robbing these rich cunts blind."
“I don't think Van Gogh would have been a marketing student. I don't think Leonardo da Vinci would have cared for Meta Ads Manager”.
“I was like ‘we need to put a hairpiece on Mulalo’s butt, I can’t explain why’. It’s almost a nod to furries, too.”
Consumers have accused the brand of promoting violence and paedophilia on kids’ clothes.
With the Taliban in power, artists and musicians are silent, as "blasting Metallica or Iron Maiden would be acts that could get one killed.”
“Initially, there was no response from the people and my family also criticised me for doing something against our culture.”
During lockdown, when there hasn’t been any other way to work through all of the hurt and confusion, songs about heartbreak have been a lifeline.
I've been advised to go from blogging to boxing. How about you?