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Archived: Being An Insta-Thot Could Cost You. Here’s Why You Should Stop.

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Ladies listen up! The gram’s unforgiving. Here’s a weekend warning that could save you some serious long-term social embarrassment, so for the next 3 minutes, open your mind and put the selfie stick down.

In case you’ve been living beneath a rock and aren’t hip to the trending digital slangs, THOT is an abbreviation for ‘That Hoe over there.” With that said, if someone refers to you as such, don’t smile. It isn’t something to be proud of. Since its advent, Instagram’s seemingly been the spot to throw out all inhibition, but truth be told, it’s also the the spot many go to, to ridicule and throw around uncaring comments (shade), something that’s led a lot of young people to depression and even suicide.

That intentional photo of your ass posted to the ‘gram could brand you an “insta thot”…

‘Insta-Thotting’ has sadly become a trend among the young and care free and while many have assented to the online activity in the name of free expression and pride, truth be told, acting like a thot, especially if you aren’t really one isn’t cool at all. It could cost you big time! In fact, if you’re considering a career in a professional field, we’d suggest you anticipate the likelihood of a prospective employer snooping through your social profiles… and while that could be considered a bit unethical and possibly borderline discriminatory should they refuse to hire you based on your social profile, who’d really know that’s what they did!? Best advice – make your profile private if you’re bent on being an insta-thot!

Rapper Cardi B, maintains her stage persona a lot of the time, even when she’s off stage. She always shares her behaviour on Instagram.

When Is Insta-Thotting Ok?

Soca music’s Destra Garcia has never shied away from showing off her body.

So, some of you might say, “Well, Cardi B, Nikki Minaj, Karli Redd, Spice and even soca music’s Destra Garcia, Nessa Preppy and Nailah Blackman have been raunchy on the ‘gram and nobody’s told them anything!” Guess what though? They’re all entertainment professionals. Are you an entertainment professional? Our guess is no.

When it comes to celebs, it’s their job to entertain you and for some of them, placing their bodies on display equates to increased audience, which rolls in the dough. Thing is, many of these celebrities often face tremendous critique and sometimes even body shaming as a result of the exhibition of their goods. Now, if you can take that kind of scrutiny from people you hardly even know, all the power to you, but why though? What are the benefits really?

To be honest, we see more harm than good coming out of this. Sometimes less is more ladies, so take it from us here at EBUZZTT – keep your goodies covert and leave a little more to the imagination. When you let it all hang out, where’s the fun in ripping open the package, if you get what we mean!

Toodles!

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Lila Ike, Skillbeng Rise Up to Address System Corruption in New Collab.

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Fusing contemporary reggae with elements of soul, hip-hop and dancehall, breakthrough recording artist Lila Iké teams up with rising dancehall talent Skillibeng for a powerhouse remix of “Thy Will.” Both hailing from Jamaica, these two distinct vocalists continue to gain notoriety as the island’s new generation of promising stars. 

The song premiered last weekThursday, via The Ebro Show on Apple Music 1. Yesterday, they unleashed the song’s brand new video directed by Nickii Kane and shot in Kingston, Jamaica. 

The original “Thy Will” is a standout from Lila Iké’s debut EP The ExPerience, where she calls out systemic issues of oppression and corruption. It is a reminder to keep pushing forward. “My people rise, remember now we black and we strong and when we are one, this is when we will overcome,” rings through the chorus. 

On the new version,  produced by Protoje, J.L.L. and iotosh, Skillibeng injects a vibrant dose of dancehall that complements the angelic conscious vocals of Lila Iké. 

Lila Iké will continue to drop new music throughout 2021 following The ExPerience.  

Lila continues to receive praise around the 7-track release. The EP was released to critical acclaim via RCA Records in conjunction with Protoje’s label and artist management company In.Digg.Nation Collective facilitated through Six Course Music in May 2020.

The EP’s single “I Spy” was selected as one of the year’s best songs from VICE, and SPIN named Iké one of the Most Interesting Artists of 2020. She graced NPR Tiny Desk with an at home performance amassing over 1.5 million views and more recently joined Protoje for a performance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert #PlayAtHome. She also received a 2020 nomination for Best New Reggae Act for the UK’s Music of Black Origin (MOBO) Awards.

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Archived: Lyrikal Opens His Stage to Less Know Soca Acts, Says They’re The Future Hit Makers.

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