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Being Alone, Life, and Memes: Lionel Richie Granted Rights to Produce Curtis Mayfield Biopic @balleralert Lionel Richie Granted Rights to Produce Curtis Mayfield Biopic-blogged by @thereal__bee ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ Singer LionelRichie, has reportedly purchased the rights to produce a biopic based on the life of iconic songwriter CurtisMayfield. According to Deadline, Mayfield's estate granted Richie the rights for the film which he plans to produce through his RichLion Productions. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ “It’s an honor for me to bring the life of one of my idols and friend to the screen,” Richie said. “I’m so grateful to be working closely with Altheida Mayfield, Cheaa Mayfield and the Curtis Mayfield Estate and couldn’t be happier to be moving forward on this amazing project about a one-of-a-kind music genius.” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ The legendary singer's widow, Altheida, said, "For years, too many others have tried to claim what he alone did. He was a genius, always stood on his own.” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ Mayfield began creating music at just 11-years-old. He is said to have written more than 1,900 songs including hits for his group the Impressions. He also has composed music for some Black Hollywood classics like 'Superfly' and 'Sparkle'. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ After a career spanning over four-decades, Mayfield died in 1999 at 57.
Being Alone, Life, and Memes: Lionel Richie Granted Rights to
 Produce Curtis Mayfield Biopic
 @balleralert
Lionel Richie Granted Rights to Produce Curtis Mayfield Biopic-blogged by @thereal__bee ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ Singer LionelRichie, has reportedly purchased the rights to produce a biopic based on the life of iconic songwriter CurtisMayfield. According to Deadline, Mayfield's estate granted Richie the rights for the film which he plans to produce through his RichLion Productions. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ “It’s an honor for me to bring the life of one of my idols and friend to the screen,” Richie said. “I’m so grateful to be working closely with Altheida Mayfield, Cheaa Mayfield and the Curtis Mayfield Estate and couldn’t be happier to be moving forward on this amazing project about a one-of-a-kind music genius.” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ The legendary singer's widow, Altheida, said, "For years, too many others have tried to claim what he alone did. He was a genius, always stood on his own.” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ Mayfield began creating music at just 11-years-old. He is said to have written more than 1,900 songs including hits for his group the Impressions. He also has composed music for some Black Hollywood classics like 'Superfly' and 'Sparkle'. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ After a career spanning over four-decades, Mayfield died in 1999 at 57.

Lionel Richie Granted Rights to Produce Curtis Mayfield Biopic-blogged by @thereal__bee ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ Singer LionelRichie, has reportedly pur...

Clothes, Friends, and Memes: THIS KENYAN ENTREPRENEUR UPCYCLES OLD CLOTHES INTO UNIQUELY EYE CATCHING AND FUNCTIONAL BAGS 7thsoulia5 Mohamed Awale makes backpacks, bags and accessories from up-cycled materials and locally sourced African fabrics. BACKPACKS BY SUAVE KENYA LIMITED ARE STYLISH AND UNIQUE AS THEY NEVER USE A FABRIC TWICE Suave Designs is the brainchild of Stylish young indie-entrepreneur Mohamed Awale. After working in various corporate jobs after university, Mohamed decided to stop working for the man and start working for himself. He rented a small workshop in the notorious River Road area of Downtown Nairobi and hired three craftspeople and starting making prototypes. Suave Designs has now found a successful niche in creating colourful backpacks, satchels and laptop sleeves made from recycled fabrics. "ALL THE BAGS THAT WE MAKE ARE DIFFERENT AND UNIQUE IN THEIR OWN WAY.” The passion for buying locally made products is growing at a fast pace in Kenya, and these days, importers of designer handbags — both genuine and imitations — are getting a run for their money from local designers. One of them is a young man who has developed a popular bag brand, which thrives on the idea of upcycling. CGTN's Maria Galang went along to Suave Kenya’s workshop earlier this year to see what makes these bags so special. The following is from her report: In 2013 Muhammad Awale said goodbye to his 9-to-5 job at an oil company to focus on what he really loved: creating bags. The 28-year-old invested all his savings into Suave Kenya, a brand which makes one-of-a-kind up cycled bags. “When I started off it was just out of passion and I really didn’t know what I was getting myself into, and a few months down the line you start getting those startup problems…capital and access to markets and all that. We just selling bags to friends who would appreciate them. It was a slower chain reaction whereby someone would buy based on seeing the bag with someone else.” Almost 4 years later the brand has taken off and it's especially popular among hip young Kenyans and stylish professionals. “So the basis of our brand is have unique products that is because of our up-cycled fabrics. So you have up-cycled clothes, jeans, jackets, shirts and turning them into bags 17thsoulja BlackIG17th
Clothes, Friends, and Memes: THIS KENYAN ENTREPRENEUR UPCYCLES
 OLD CLOTHES INTO UNIQUELY EYE
 CATCHING AND FUNCTIONAL BAGS
 7thsoulia5
Mohamed Awale makes backpacks, bags and accessories from up-cycled materials and locally sourced African fabrics. BACKPACKS BY SUAVE KENYA LIMITED ARE STYLISH AND UNIQUE AS THEY NEVER USE A FABRIC TWICE Suave Designs is the brainchild of Stylish young indie-entrepreneur Mohamed Awale. After working in various corporate jobs after university, Mohamed decided to stop working for the man and start working for himself. He rented a small workshop in the notorious River Road area of Downtown Nairobi and hired three craftspeople and starting making prototypes. Suave Designs has now found a successful niche in creating colourful backpacks, satchels and laptop sleeves made from recycled fabrics. "ALL THE BAGS THAT WE MAKE ARE DIFFERENT AND UNIQUE IN THEIR OWN WAY.” The passion for buying locally made products is growing at a fast pace in Kenya, and these days, importers of designer handbags — both genuine and imitations — are getting a run for their money from local designers. One of them is a young man who has developed a popular bag brand, which thrives on the idea of upcycling. CGTN's Maria Galang went along to Suave Kenya’s workshop earlier this year to see what makes these bags so special. The following is from her report: In 2013 Muhammad Awale said goodbye to his 9-to-5 job at an oil company to focus on what he really loved: creating bags. The 28-year-old invested all his savings into Suave Kenya, a brand which makes one-of-a-kind up cycled bags. “When I started off it was just out of passion and I really didn’t know what I was getting myself into, and a few months down the line you start getting those startup problems…capital and access to markets and all that. We just selling bags to friends who would appreciate them. It was a slower chain reaction whereby someone would buy based on seeing the bag with someone else.” Almost 4 years later the brand has taken off and it's especially popular among hip young Kenyans and stylish professionals. “So the basis of our brand is have unique products that is because of our up-cycled fabrics. So you have up-cycled clothes, jeans, jackets, shirts and turning them into bags 17thsoulja BlackIG17th

Mohamed Awale makes backpacks, bags and accessories from up-cycled materials and locally sourced African fabrics. BACKPACKS BY SUAVE KENYA L...

Bless Up, Memes, and Whip: German shepherd pup Dr Smashlove Men my advice to u is, be specific. U gotta understand, if yo girl send a selfie, u could say something u think is sweet: "you pretty baby", "you beautiful", "wow your boobs look big I like it that". Yes: "it that". U motherfuckers so dry that u done dehydrated your grammar and syntax and have rendered them nonsensical. Straight up Sahara Desert level reply game. She might not reply to your dry-ass reply but she thinking: "wow you can fuck right off with your sandpaper dry ass." Give her a lil specificity that applies to how she looks in particular and emphasizes a unique feature: "baby your thighs - so toned yet so soft, perfect and inviting - leave work and come wrap those around my face, let Daddy get a taste". Keep it sexy and dirty. If her Punani taste good, tell her. Describe it. Listen to your palette. Same way u be at work dinners and it's always that one asshole Pete who's like "this wine has oaky notes, with a peppery overtone ☺️" (it's spoiled grape juice, shut your whore mouth PETE 😀), I let a girl know her flavor notes. If her Punani taste like cookie dough soft serve ice cream drizzled in warm caramel with sweet, chewy gum drops on top smothered in whip cream and then two Maraschino cherries on top of that, I tell her. "Oh baby ur juice tastes good" <- Bruh y'all become illiterate when it come time to talk sweet to your girl. Be descriptive. I mean, keep it G, and exercise proper restraint, but be playful. Or don't keep it G and don't exercise restraint, like me ☺️. With me, every shot is a direct shot 🏹. I'm liable to just be like "Let me make sweet, passionate, unprotected love to you in the missionary position and then when I'm done I'll hold your legs up and pinch the Punani shut to ensure fertilization 👶." <- I don't recommend this course of action. It work for me because I'm not right in the head and people know that 😩. For the rest of y'all I recommend using your words and focusing on her one-of-a-kind attributes. Make her blush. U get me! BLESS UP 🖤😂😂😂
Bless Up, Memes, and Whip: German shepherd pup
 Dr Smashlove
Men my advice to u is, be specific. U gotta understand, if yo girl send a selfie, u could say something u think is sweet: "you pretty baby", "you beautiful", "wow your boobs look big I like it that". Yes: "it that". U motherfuckers so dry that u done dehydrated your grammar and syntax and have rendered them nonsensical. Straight up Sahara Desert level reply game. She might not reply to your dry-ass reply but she thinking: "wow you can fuck right off with your sandpaper dry ass." Give her a lil specificity that applies to how she looks in particular and emphasizes a unique feature: "baby your thighs - so toned yet so soft, perfect and inviting - leave work and come wrap those around my face, let Daddy get a taste". Keep it sexy and dirty. If her Punani taste good, tell her. Describe it. Listen to your palette. Same way u be at work dinners and it's always that one asshole Pete who's like "this wine has oaky notes, with a peppery overtone ☺️" (it's spoiled grape juice, shut your whore mouth PETE 😀), I let a girl know her flavor notes. If her Punani taste like cookie dough soft serve ice cream drizzled in warm caramel with sweet, chewy gum drops on top smothered in whip cream and then two Maraschino cherries on top of that, I tell her. "Oh baby ur juice tastes good" <- Bruh y'all become illiterate when it come time to talk sweet to your girl. Be descriptive. I mean, keep it G, and exercise proper restraint, but be playful. Or don't keep it G and don't exercise restraint, like me ☺️. With me, every shot is a direct shot 🏹. I'm liable to just be like "Let me make sweet, passionate, unprotected love to you in the missionary position and then when I'm done I'll hold your legs up and pinch the Punani shut to ensure fertilization 👶." <- I don't recommend this course of action. It work for me because I'm not right in the head and people know that 😩. For the rest of y'all I recommend using your words and focusing on her one-of-a-kind attributes. Make her blush. U get me! BLESS UP 🖤😂😂😂

Men my advice to u is, be specific. U gotta understand, if yo girl send a selfie, u could say something u think is sweet: "you pretty baby",...