I Hate Everything

Written by on September 20, 2018

What’s up ya’ll, my name is Kylie. If you know me, you know that I basically hate everything. If you don’t know me… you do now.

So… these last couple weeks have been rough, but some days have been worse than others. This past month, on August 19, 2018, a legend passed away. Aretha Franklin was an icon for women all over the world after making her version of R-E-S-P-E-C-T in 1967. Originally made by Otis Redding, the song was traditionally about a man willing to give his female anything she wanted. Aretha’s version talks about knowing that she has everything her man wants and desires, therefore, she demands his “respect” for being loyal to him. You know what I hate? The fact that females don’t expect respect from men anymore because they can’t respect themselves.

So ladies, how the hell do you expect a man to respect you, give you his time, his loyalty, his EVERYTHING… if you can’t respect YOURSELF. You need to realize that what you represent on the outside, is a mirror image of what you think and feel about yourself on the inside. I hate it when females walk around throwing shade about themselves, dress like they are trying to be easy rather than respectable, and act like they have zero room for improvement. Queens, if you have to lie about who you are for anyone… CUT THAT PERSON OFF. If they can’t appreciate you for you, that person can be replaced. When it comes to what you wear, try to think about your morals. If it doesn’t match the inside, why would you wear it on the outside? That being said, there is a difference between dressing unique rather than trashy. A good rule of thumb is, if you are uncomfortable wearing it…don’t. Improvement is a key aspect to being the best YOU that YOU can be. If you think that you are the best person you can EVER be right now, then you have a lot of hurt coming in your near future.

Leave all that hate for me, work on yourself, and see what I hate next in the next installment of, “I Hate Everything.”

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