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before you go and say how "immature" it was for them to throw shade, are you sure it's not as immature as ending a 3-year engagement by text? because that's what zayn did... yikes! https://www.patreon.com/taymac
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“Be a lover. Choose love. Give love. Love everyone, always. Spread as much love as you can.” -H.S. ***Happy October! I decided to start using twitter as a fan account if you want to follow me. My username is @2bananas4apound 🙃 ***Regarding the EMINEM clip... for some reason this video (which is part 2 of this series) is getting way more views than Part 1. Because of this, a lot of people who see this vid have not seen part 1. I can see why the few comparison clips in this video seem out of context if you haven’t seen part 1. I didn’t expect so many people to see part 2 without the context of part 1, I didn’t expect so many non-fans to see this, and I certainly didn’t expect this many views O.O I think Eminem great. Eminem represents how most of us feel. I’m not comparing Eminem the person with Harry the person. I’m just showing you that Harry is too damn nice to say a negative word about anyone, so he takes his feelings about Trump and turns it into a positive... “Go and spread a ton of love into Washington D.C.” Eminem represents how most of us would express our negative opinions about a political leader we dislike. (Harry dislikes Trump also, another fact people are getting confused about). The comparison is used to show Harry’s undying positivity. Glad we got that cleared up. **Goes and listens to “rap god”**...
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