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  • Kid Fury: Ciara, I really did want her to do well, and I feel like she had, you know, the op-- she had the chance to be like, a really great performer, and she for whatever-the-fuck reason just said, "Fuck Jazze Pha," and left Jazze at Golden Corral.
  • Crissle: I thought she could've been like, another Janet Jackson.
  • Kid Fury: I really did think that she could've been on her way to be a Janet.
  • Crissle: No vocals, but, you know, a great show.
  • Kid Fury: A great fucking show.
  • Crissle: Right.
  • Kid Fury: And I feel like that's the direction she wanted to-- but you know what happened? She befriended Kim Kardashian.
  • Crissle: Ugh...I--
  • Kid Fury: Kim Kardashian ruins every black person that she touches.
  • Crissle: I do not have a problem blaming this on Kim Kardashian.
Girl it ain’t worth it. You could write TNT on the dick and it still won’t be that bomb
– Kid fury (the read)

(Source: in-vagina-we-thrust)

You are not in love with this guy, and you think that you are maybe he is really great at eating your hot pocket? But, there are lots of other people out there who can do the exact same thing.
– Chescaleigh (via theblogofmicah)
girl it’s a million damn reasons why I don’t have a baby and I don’t give a shit about being in a relationship either
– Crissl (via theblogofmicah)
I date studs because I fucking want to. Do I ask you why you date a bitch with three kids and six baby daddies? Do I ask you why you date a man with no car, no job, no house, stay at his mamas place? No the fuck I don’t.
– Crissle (via theblogofmicah)
Loneliness is God trying to teach you what you can live without
– The Read- Kid Fury & Crissle (The Read: The Mailbag )

(Source: ladymc23)

When the world ends, it won’t be nothing left but cockroaches and Kris Jenner on a loop on E.
– Crissle, The Read, “Everyday People” (via zaksaidso)
There’s plenty of niggas in this world. Your vagina is not going to die, because one of them doesn’t want to stick around.
– Crissle (via theblogofmicah)
Every time people break up, they say, ‘Oh, well, we can still be friends.’ Listen, you can’t still be friends if that person didn’t treat you the way a friend would.
– Crissle West (via goodkidmadpretty)

(Source: heels2heaven)

  • Kid Fury: The other day though...I don't understand the whole light-skinned-- I mean, I understand the light-skinned vs. dark-skinned like, whole debacle. I get it.
  • Crissle: Right. I get it too.
  • Kid Fury: And I hate that it has to be this way, but...I'm not gon' lie. The other day, somebody posted a picture on Twitter-- 'cause you know Black Twitter is like, the worst thing in the world.
  • Crissle: Yeah, it really is.
  • Kid Fury: It's like, worse than cancer.
  • Crissle: Yeah.
  • Kid Fury: And...someone put a picture up and said, "Look, it's a dark-skinned girl going to Prom," and it was like, a Madagascar Hissing Cockroach covered in rhinestones.
  • Crissle: OH MY GOD...
  • Kid Fury: And I laughed for like, a wanna say half a second.
  • Crissle: YOU AIN'T SHIT...
  • Kid Fury: Because it caught me off-guard!
  • Crissle: Ooh, you goin' to Hell.
  • Kid Fury: It caught me off-guard.
  • Kid Fury and Crissle: That's so...
  • Kid Fury: Like, what is wrong with y'all? Like...
  • Crissle: That is so wrong.
  • Kid Fury: And it was a dark-skinned nigga who posted it! Just doin' shit for retweets. I fuckin' hate y'all.
  • Crissle: And you laughed at it!
  • Kid Fury: Because it caught me off-guard! That' like, the number 1 way to get me to cackle.
  • Crissle: How bad did you feel?
  • Kid Fury: I felt like shit. I'm a dark-skinned girl myself.
  • Kid Fury: No, I really do like the fact that Drake is like, the single male artist-- in hip-hop anyway-- who is like, "Well, you know what? That bitch did not iMessage me back, and it's been six whole minutes, and I feel a certain kinda way about it."
  • Crissle: "And my feeling are hurt!" Yes, girl.
  • Kid Fury: "Like, I'm very hurt. This has fucked up my whole day."
  • Crissle: "And she turned of her read receipts, so now I don't know when she's read it, and I'm offended."
  • Kid Fury: "I feel disgusted right now."
  • Crissle: Because men DO have those feelings.
  • Kid Fury: They do! And they don't wanna admit it!
  • Crissle: They don't want the girls and the bottoms to know, but dammit, we know. Drake told us!
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Flavorwire Interview: ‘The Read’ Hosts Kid Fury and Crissle West Talk Race, Miley Cyrus, ‘Scandal,’ and Who They Want More (and Less) of in 2014

The zeitgeist is a product of the voices that contribute to it. Those that manage to be heard over the quotidian clatter of contemporary society are those most uniquely positioned to influence their times. Kid Fury and Crissle West are laying the foundation for just that. Their pop-culture podcast The Read is a deft and hilariously over-the-top commentary on the people whose names are, for better or worse, a part of our everyday lives.
The Read‘s first episode aired in March of this year and has already ballooned to 80,000 listeners each week. A number that will, no doubt, steadily increase as the world becomes more acquainted with their fiery formula of advice, attitude, and acute shade. We sat down with Kid Fury and Crissle West to talk about the past year in culture, a year tainted with preposterous happenings like USA’s Today‘s “race-themed” headline and Miley Cyrus’ twerking, and the somber accounts of a nation reckoning with race, class, and culture.
Flavorwire: This year, dialogue about race happened all along the spectrum from “race-themed” headlines to pop stars with a penchant for misguided cultural appropriation. Do you think that the national conversation about race that occurred consequently is a step forward, or do you think the tenor of it makes it ineffective?
Kid Fury: I think it’s good that we’re talking about it more. I don’t know how I feel about where we’ve gone in terms of progression. I think we’re definitely much further ahead than we were maybe 20 years ago, but it’s still mind-blowingly ridiculous — the Trayvon case is an enormous example of that. Not just the way the case turned out, but the way people were reacting to it. Silly things like people dressing up as Trayvon for Halloween, or that meme where people would lie down on the street like Trayvon. I think racism is still alive and well, and for the show sometimes we had to be like “Let us not talk about this. We talk about race every single episode.” The thing is, it’s very emotional for us. And the Trayvon case was so long and drawn and it just got to a point where it was taking a toll on us, so we’d be like, “Let’s just talk about Chris Brown and all his tattoos and drugs this week. I don’t want to talk about this.”
Crissle West: I also think it’s interesting that you even ask the question because really for non-white people every year is a “race-themed” year. Race is always a conversation we’re having. Race impacts our lives every day. And so I don’t think that this year had more — other than the Trayvon case specifically — I don’t think it was that racial of a year. There were definitely news stories about race, but for me it just feels like any other year.

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Flavorwire Interview: ‘The Read’ Hosts Kid Fury and Crissle West Talk Race, Miley Cyrus, ‘Scandal,’ and Who They Want More (and Less) of in 2014

The zeitgeist is a product of the voices that contribute to it. Those that manage to be heard over the quotidian clatter of contemporary society are those most uniquely positioned to influence their times. Kid Fury and Crissle West are laying the foundation for just that. Their pop-culture podcast The Read is a deft and hilariously over-the-top commentary on the people whose names are, for better or worse, a part of our everyday lives.

The Read‘s first episode aired in March of this year and has already ballooned to 80,000 listeners each week. A number that will, no doubt, steadily increase as the world becomes more acquainted with their fiery formula of advice, attitude, and acute shade. We sat down with Kid Fury and Crissle West to talk about the past year in culture, a year tainted with preposterous happenings like USA’s Today‘s “race-themed” headline and Miley Cyrus’ twerking, and the somber accounts of a nation reckoning with race, class, and culture.

Flavorwire: This year, dialogue about race happened all along the spectrum from “race-themed” headlines to pop stars with a penchant for misguided cultural appropriation. Do you think that the national conversation about race that occurred consequently is a step forward, or do you think the tenor of it makes it ineffective?

Kid Fury: I think it’s good that we’re talking about it more. I don’t know how I feel about where we’ve gone in terms of progression. I think we’re definitely much further ahead than we were maybe 20 years ago, but it’s still mind-blowingly ridiculous — the Trayvon case is an enormous example of that. Not just the way the case turned out, but the way people were reacting to it. Silly things like people dressing up as Trayvon for Halloween, or that meme where people would lie down on the street like Trayvon. I think racism is still alive and well, and for the show sometimes we had to be like “Let us not talk about this. We talk about race every single episode.” The thing is, it’s very emotional for us. And the Trayvon case was so long and drawn and it just got to a point where it was taking a toll on us, so we’d be like, “Let’s just talk about Chris Brown and all his tattoos and drugs this week. I don’t want to talk about this.”

Crissle West: I also think it’s interesting that you even ask the question because really for non-white people every year is a “race-themed” year. Race is always a conversation we’re having. Race impacts our lives every day. And so I don’t think that this year had more — other than the Trayvon case specifically — I don’t think it was that racial of a year. There were definitely news stories about race, but for me it just feels like any other year.

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  • Kid Fury: Ciara, I really did want her to do well, and I feel like she had, you know, the op-- she had the chance to be like, a really great performer, and she for whatever-the-fuck reason just said, "Fuck Jazze Pha," and left Jazze at Golden Corral.
  • Crissle: I thought she could've been like, another Janet Jackson.
  • Kid Fury: I really did think that she could've been on her way to be a Janet.
  • Crissle: No vocals, but, you know, a great show.
  • Kid Fury: A great fucking show.
  • Crissle: Right.
  • Kid Fury: And I feel like that's the direction she wanted to-- but you know what happened? She befriended Kim Kardashian.
  • Crissle: Ugh...I--
  • Kid Fury: Kim Kardashian ruins every black person that she touches.
  • Crissle: I do not have a problem blaming this on Kim Kardashian.
Girl it ain’t worth it. You could write TNT on the dick and it still won’t be that bomb
– Kid fury (the read)

(Source: in-vagina-we-thrust)

(Source: jojojabulani)

You are not in love with this guy, and you think that you are maybe he is really great at eating your hot pocket? But, there are lots of other people out there who can do the exact same thing.
– Chescaleigh (via theblogofmicah)
girl it’s a million damn reasons why I don’t have a baby and I don’t give a shit about being in a relationship either
– Crissl (via theblogofmicah)
I date studs because I fucking want to. Do I ask you why you date a bitch with three kids and six baby daddies? Do I ask you why you date a man with no car, no job, no house, stay at his mamas place? No the fuck I don’t.
– Crissle (via theblogofmicah)
Loneliness is God trying to teach you what you can live without
– The Read- Kid Fury & Crissle (The Read: The Mailbag )

(Source: ladymc23)

When the world ends, it won’t be nothing left but cockroaches and Kris Jenner on a loop on E.
– Crissle, The Read, “Everyday People” (via zaksaidso)
There’s plenty of niggas in this world. Your vagina is not going to die, because one of them doesn’t want to stick around.
– Crissle (via theblogofmicah)
Every time people break up, they say, ‘Oh, well, we can still be friends.’ Listen, you can’t still be friends if that person didn’t treat you the way a friend would.
– Crissle West (via goodkidmadpretty)

(Source: heels2heaven)

  • Kid Fury: The other day though...I don't understand the whole light-skinned-- I mean, I understand the light-skinned vs. dark-skinned like, whole debacle. I get it.
  • Crissle: Right. I get it too.
  • Kid Fury: And I hate that it has to be this way, but...I'm not gon' lie. The other day, somebody posted a picture on Twitter-- 'cause you know Black Twitter is like, the worst thing in the world.
  • Crissle: Yeah, it really is.
  • Kid Fury: It's like, worse than cancer.
  • Crissle: Yeah.
  • Kid Fury: And...someone put a picture up and said, "Look, it's a dark-skinned girl going to Prom," and it was like, a Madagascar Hissing Cockroach covered in rhinestones.
  • Crissle: OH MY GOD...
  • Kid Fury: And I laughed for like, a wanna say half a second.
  • Crissle: YOU AIN'T SHIT...
  • Kid Fury: Because it caught me off-guard!
  • Crissle: Ooh, you goin' to Hell.
  • Kid Fury: It caught me off-guard.
  • Kid Fury and Crissle: That's so...
  • Kid Fury: Like, what is wrong with y'all? Like...
  • Crissle: That is so wrong.
  • Kid Fury: And it was a dark-skinned nigga who posted it! Just doin' shit for retweets. I fuckin' hate y'all.
  • Crissle: And you laughed at it!
  • Kid Fury: Because it caught me off-guard! That' like, the number 1 way to get me to cackle.
  • Crissle: How bad did you feel?
  • Kid Fury: I felt like shit. I'm a dark-skinned girl myself.
  • Kid Fury: No, I really do like the fact that Drake is like, the single male artist-- in hip-hop anyway-- who is like, "Well, you know what? That bitch did not iMessage me back, and it's been six whole minutes, and I feel a certain kinda way about it."
  • Crissle: "And my feeling are hurt!" Yes, girl.
  • Kid Fury: "Like, I'm very hurt. This has fucked up my whole day."
  • Crissle: "And she turned of her read receipts, so now I don't know when she's read it, and I'm offended."
  • Kid Fury: "I feel disgusted right now."
  • Crissle: Because men DO have those feelings.
  • Kid Fury: They do! And they don't wanna admit it!
  • Crissle: They don't want the girls and the bottoms to know, but dammit, we know. Drake told us!
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Flavorwire Interview: ‘The Read’ Hosts Kid Fury and Crissle West Talk Race, Miley Cyrus, ‘Scandal,’ and Who They Want More (and Less) of in 2014

The zeitgeist is a product of the voices that contribute to it. Those that manage to be heard over the quotidian clatter of contemporary society are those most uniquely positioned to influence their times. Kid Fury and Crissle West are laying the foundation for just that. Their pop-culture podcast The Read is a deft and hilariously over-the-top commentary on the people whose names are, for better or worse, a part of our everyday lives.
The Read‘s first episode aired in March of this year and has already ballooned to 80,000 listeners each week. A number that will, no doubt, steadily increase as the world becomes more acquainted with their fiery formula of advice, attitude, and acute shade. We sat down with Kid Fury and Crissle West to talk about the past year in culture, a year tainted with preposterous happenings like USA’s Today‘s “race-themed” headline and Miley Cyrus’ twerking, and the somber accounts of a nation reckoning with race, class, and culture.
Flavorwire: This year, dialogue about race happened all along the spectrum from “race-themed” headlines to pop stars with a penchant for misguided cultural appropriation. Do you think that the national conversation about race that occurred consequently is a step forward, or do you think the tenor of it makes it ineffective?
Kid Fury: I think it’s good that we’re talking about it more. I don’t know how I feel about where we’ve gone in terms of progression. I think we’re definitely much further ahead than we were maybe 20 years ago, but it’s still mind-blowingly ridiculous — the Trayvon case is an enormous example of that. Not just the way the case turned out, but the way people were reacting to it. Silly things like people dressing up as Trayvon for Halloween, or that meme where people would lie down on the street like Trayvon. I think racism is still alive and well, and for the show sometimes we had to be like “Let us not talk about this. We talk about race every single episode.” The thing is, it’s very emotional for us. And the Trayvon case was so long and drawn and it just got to a point where it was taking a toll on us, so we’d be like, “Let’s just talk about Chris Brown and all his tattoos and drugs this week. I don’t want to talk about this.”
Crissle West: I also think it’s interesting that you even ask the question because really for non-white people every year is a “race-themed” year. Race is always a conversation we’re having. Race impacts our lives every day. And so I don’t think that this year had more — other than the Trayvon case specifically — I don’t think it was that racial of a year. There were definitely news stories about race, but for me it just feels like any other year.

READ MORE on Flavorwire

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Flavorwire Interview: ‘The Read’ Hosts Kid Fury and Crissle West Talk Race, Miley Cyrus, ‘Scandal,’ and Who They Want More (and Less) of in 2014

The zeitgeist is a product of the voices that contribute to it. Those that manage to be heard over the quotidian clatter of contemporary society are those most uniquely positioned to influence their times. Kid Fury and Crissle West are laying the foundation for just that. Their pop-culture podcast The Read is a deft and hilariously over-the-top commentary on the people whose names are, for better or worse, a part of our everyday lives.

The Read‘s first episode aired in March of this year and has already ballooned to 80,000 listeners each week. A number that will, no doubt, steadily increase as the world becomes more acquainted with their fiery formula of advice, attitude, and acute shade. We sat down with Kid Fury and Crissle West to talk about the past year in culture, a year tainted with preposterous happenings like USA’s Today‘s “race-themed” headline and Miley Cyrus’ twerking, and the somber accounts of a nation reckoning with race, class, and culture.

Flavorwire: This year, dialogue about race happened all along the spectrum from “race-themed” headlines to pop stars with a penchant for misguided cultural appropriation. Do you think that the national conversation about race that occurred consequently is a step forward, or do you think the tenor of it makes it ineffective?

Kid Fury: I think it’s good that we’re talking about it more. I don’t know how I feel about where we’ve gone in terms of progression. I think we’re definitely much further ahead than we were maybe 20 years ago, but it’s still mind-blowingly ridiculous — the Trayvon case is an enormous example of that. Not just the way the case turned out, but the way people were reacting to it. Silly things like people dressing up as Trayvon for Halloween, or that meme where people would lie down on the street like Trayvon. I think racism is still alive and well, and for the show sometimes we had to be like “Let us not talk about this. We talk about race every single episode.” The thing is, it’s very emotional for us. And the Trayvon case was so long and drawn and it just got to a point where it was taking a toll on us, so we’d be like, “Let’s just talk about Chris Brown and all his tattoos and drugs this week. I don’t want to talk about this.”

Crissle West: I also think it’s interesting that you even ask the question because really for non-white people every year is a “race-themed” year. Race is always a conversation we’re having. Race impacts our lives every day. And so I don’t think that this year had more — other than the Trayvon case specifically — I don’t think it was that racial of a year. There were definitely news stories about race, but for me it just feels like any other year.

READ MORE on Flavorwire

"Girl it ain’t worth it. You could write TNT on the dick and it still won’t be that bomb"
"You are not in love with this guy, and you think that you are maybe he is really great at eating your hot pocket? But, there are lots of other people out there who can do the exact same thing."
"girl it’s a million damn reasons why I don’t have a baby and I don’t give a shit about being in a relationship either"
"I date studs because I fucking want to. Do I ask you why you date a bitch with three kids and six baby daddies? Do I ask you why you date a man with no car, no job, no house, stay at his mamas place? No the fuck I don’t."
"Loneliness is God trying to teach you what you can live without"
"When the world ends, it won’t be nothing left but cockroaches and Kris Jenner on a loop on E."
"There’s plenty of niggas in this world. Your vagina is not going to die, because one of them doesn’t want to stick around."
"Every time people break up, they say, ‘Oh, well, we can still be friends.’ Listen, you can’t still be friends if that person didn’t treat you the way a friend would."

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