Only a few pages in so I don’t have much of a review. She opens with a chapter dedicated to women empowerment (embracing your own beauty + style, explaining the #metoo movement while sharing her own personal experiences, and black womanhood). Random but I didn’t know that her and Wale almost got into a fight at the Roots Picnic one year 😩. Anyway as a fan of, arguably, the most misunderstood and unapologetic woman out here, I’m interested in this read.
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