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Kid Ink ft. Schoolboy Q – Get Into The Moment

Kid Ink teams up with TDE’s ScHoolboy Q.

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Produced by Johnny & Sam.

Previously: ScHoolBoy Q – #HnC (Cover)

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9 Responses to “Kid Ink ft. Schoolboy Q – Get Into The Moment”

  1. baby jesus Says:

    Louis C.K. And Other Celebrities You Didn’t Think Were Latino

    Louis C.K. was born in Washington D.C. to an Irish mother and Mexican father.

    Kid Cudi, whose birth name is Scott Ramon Seguro Mescudi, was born in Cleveland, Ohio, to an African American mother and a Mexican father.

    David Blaine, the magician known for his over-the-top, life threatening tricks, is Latino. His father is Puerto Rican.

    Although Snooki became famous by playing a Jersey Shore’ guidette, a term which usually refers to Italians, Nicole ‘Snooki’ Polizzi is actually Latina. She was born in Chile.

    nosign niggas denouncing their latino heritage

    but theyve been doing it for years

    word to bitch ass Tony Romo (we wont claim him either), Charlie Sheen, etc

    the list goes on and on

  2. Camelot Says:

    Woman Upset With Obama Apologizes After Breast Cancer Diagnosis

    Today in a L.A. Times op-ed, a woman who was so upset with President Obama for having “let down the struggling middle class” that she switched her registration from Democrat to Independent and altered her Obama bumpers sticker to read “Got Nope” is apologizing to the President. She says that while she was angered by Obama’s plan, she’s suddenly come to appreciate it, now that she’s benefitting from it.

    Two years ago, Spike Dolomite Ward and her husband had to choose between paying their mortgage or keeping their health insurance. They kept the house, and now at 49 Ward has been diagnosed with breast cancer. She didn’t know how she’d afford months of expensive treatment, until he discovered the Pre-existing Condition Insurance Plan, which is part of Obama’s healthcare plan. Now she’s publicly “outed” herself in the hopes that she can teach Obamacare opponents that the uninsured aren’t just lazy freeloaders. She writes:

    What I want people to understand is that, if this could happen to us, it could happen to anybody. If you are fortunate enough to still be employed and have insurance through your employers, you may feel insulated from the sufferings of people like me right now. But things can change abruptly. If you still have a good job with insurance, that doesn’t mean that you’re better than me, more deserving than me or smarter than me. It just means that you are luckier. And access to healthcare shouldn’t depend on luck.

    Ward’s right, and she deserves credit for admitting she was wrong. (Edit: To clarify, Ward felt Obamacare didn’t do enough, but she’s speaking to people who “are still lucky enough to have health insurance and view people like my family as irresponsible.”) It’s just a shame that most people who are rabidly against enabling all Americans to have healthcare coverage won’t have a change of heart unless they’re put in a similarly horrible situation.



    Foward this to every nigga and kizza that you know that will be salty as fuck after reading it.

  3. Jackson7 Says:

    Kid Ink


    Fankie, take your mask off b

  4. Jackson7 Says:

    Frankie > Fankie


  5. E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    nosign Tony Romo

    whites can have him

  6. sarjo1988 Says:

    nosign niggas denouncing their latino heritage

    but theyve been doing it for years

    word to bitch ass Tony Romo (we wont claim him either), Charlie Sheen, etc

    the list goes on and on
    fuck em

  7. charles oakley Says:

    Ink my whole ankle bone swag

  8. baby jesus Says:

    thats y i cosign Victor Cruz

    he puts on for our peoples

  9. baby jesus Says:

    nosign any other giants player tho

    cept Steve Weatherford

    that was my man, 100 grand (nh)

    helluva punter

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