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    Shameless will always be my number 1 on the romance album. <3

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    If you like her lower register she has an underrated song called “Crown”, you guys should check it out.

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    Lastly, I think your mixing up “negativity” with “bring up issues that faces Black and Brown people on a day to day basis”. I’ve had people call me names for the color of my skin or how my hair is, or the people I had around with. At times I might not feel Black enough or Latin enough to feel proud in my own skin.

    Yet a light-skinned Latina used the N word on multiple occasions, and we are not suppose become enflamed because the same person you called the N-word also helped you start your career. Again, I’ve said somethings in private that might be racist, we all have at one point or another, regardless if we admit it. But to say something to ungrateful and deceitful towards someone you really cared about, the nerve.

    No one deserves success or praise, regardless if they are doing something right or wrong. What celebrities need to understand is that their fame could be taken within a second, so please make the right choices.

    I forgive Camila, and I wish her well. I just won’t support or listen to her music, at all. And when some says it’s negativity, I am reflecting and saying the things offensively she has done and said.

    Understood. I can relate being a person of color. I believe in redemption so…

    Lastly, I think your mixing up “negativity” with “bring up issues that faces Black and Brown people on a day to day basis”. I’ve had people call me names for the color of my skin or how my hair is, or the people I had around with. At times I might not feel Black enough or Latin enough to feel proud in my own skin.

    Yet a light-skinned Latina used the N word on multiple occasions, and we are not suppose become enflamed because the same person you called the N-word also helped you start your career. Again, I’ve said somethings in private that might be racist, we all have at one point or another, regardless if we admit it. But to say something to ungrateful and deceitful towards someone you really cared about, the nerve.

    No one deserves success or praise, regardless if they are doing something right or wrong. What celebrities need to understand is that their fame could be taken within a second, so please make the right choices.

    I forgive Camila, and I wish her well. I just won’t support or listen to her music, at all. And when some says it’s negativity, I am reflecting and saying the things offensively she has done and said.

    Understood. I can relate being a person of color. I believe in redemption so…

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