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PART ONE: We Come to the Defense of Ari Lennox, Teyana Taylor & Blue Ivy

PART ONE: We Come to the Defense of Ari Lennox, Teyana Taylor & Blue Ivy
black women are actually changing their icon pics and profile pics on social media after two journalists pretty much went after and criticized

Blue

Ivy's appearance they went on to say they commented on this picture of

blue

saying that J's jeans are about to hit and hopefully she'll grow out of them and that she'll probably just end up getting plastic surgery like Kylie Jenner Wow I don't know I don't even know IV is not going the only one whose appearance is under attack I don't know if you guys heard about this but recently singer Zara

Lennox

and

Teyana

Taylor

were called by a journalist rottweiler saying that they looked like Rottweilers and I absolutely loved the way Ari handled this she actually went online and spoke from her heart she was obviously emotional and here's what she had to say check it out why is this your speech why are you so comfortable tearing down black women women and no other race look around look under look around when are Hispanic women ever compared to dogs when do they do that when do they do that to white women when are white men doing that to white women what are Hispanic men doing that that Hispanic women they're not doing it Wow ladies what do you think about this well first of all can I say a happy birthday the

Blue

Ivy today is her birthday we love you I want to say that purse I'm not speaking for jay-z this is just my opinion I know that this is a film critic this film critic works for Vanity Fair...
part one we come to the defense of ari lennox teyana taylor blue ivy
and the other woman works for Harper's Bazaar the one thing I do know that in the past when things like this has happened there was an incident on B et where a online person actually said something they made a joke about a

Blue

Ivy she was actually fired I believe that it would be handled indirectly like internally yeah eternal get rid of yeah yeah some things will happen also there'll probably be boycotts I think Harper's and Vanity Fair in my opinion I would do something because she will never be in your in your magazine ever employ a writer or a journalist that says comments like not only her but the people around her her circle and things like that and I'm just proud of black women for stepping up and being vocal about this I think on the topic specifically of

Blue

Ivy you know black children are often just not given the opportunity to be seen as children you know we've seen that in really like very deleterious ways with you know people like Mike Brown and Tamir rice but it still echoes in this scenario where we look at

Blue

Ivy and for somebody to be talking about this baby like this like it's bad enough that you hating on growing women like this but when you talking like a chat to a child like this it really speaks to the fact that you're not even looking at this young woman you're not even a woman she's a baby like looking at this baby like she is on your same level and that is scary to me because that means you don't even feel...
part one we come to the defense of ari lennox teyana taylor blue ivy
the need that you need to protect her and we need to protect our babies especially black children in this nation we need to protect them and when you see re so upset like that what she re is really talking about is the fact that like black women continue to be presented on this chopping block and not protected by our men by each other and etc and by community and we have such a strong community so this touched me in a very this touched me in a very real way because it always ends up really at the core speaking to the nastiness and the cancer that really is growing within society of a willingness to speak this type of wickedness and the woman who chimed in yeah she was like doubling down on it I'm like okay if you made a mistake and yeah you forgot you wasn't in a group chat fine and you say oh you know what my dad but she was doubling down like oh so you guys are just mad at me like I just don't I can't I don't this is what we brought you odd for a man understanding what you know she was bringing awareness to she was talking about our own community talking about right us right black people so because because that sparked it yes